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Floral Design by Florence Camm


Florence Camm studied at the School of Art intermittently from 1892-1912, before leaving to concentrate on the family firm of stained glass design, T. W. Camm & Co. Whilst at the School of Art, Camm worked in all media very much in the Arts and Crafts tradition which flourished at the School. This floral design is very much in the William Morris fashion and could be applied to either fabric or wallpaper. The pattern of flora and foliage has a repeat of 14 inches (36.8cm) and a strong vertical emphasis with an upward meandering flow typical of the period.
Artist:Florence Camm
Artwork type:pattern design
Material:watercolour on paper
Measurements:451 x 610 mm
Date:1900
Location:BIAD School of Art Archive
Culture:English
Rights owner:Artist died 41 years ago and BIAD have been unable to trace the copyright owner in this work. The Keeper of Archives would be glad to receive any information concerning ownership of rights in this work. We regret that this image is provided for reference only & reproductions cannot be supplied. For more information please contact the Keeper of Archives at BIAD
Rights status:The copyright of the artwork is owned by a private individual. The copyright of this digital image is owned by BIAD. We regret that this image is provided for reference only and reproductions cannot be supplied. For more information please contact the Keeper of Archives at BIAD
Institution:Birmingham Institute of Art and Design

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