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Going round and round

Object number: ROMGH.1999.44

Type: Drawing

Technique: Painted

Material: Paper, Pencil, Watercolour

Width: 38.3cm | Height: 28cm

Production date: 1946 - 1952

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Use the same Celtic patterns in your art and craft work Yes
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A fascinating set of four similar interlace designs, each formed of two strands of different colours. We think they were created for painting onto white china dinner or tea sets.  They reflect George Bain’s fascination with how new designs might be made. At first glance the designs look quite simple but when one tries to analyse them their varied, complex, nature becomes evident.

Author: Diana Cobden

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