Ashmolean Museum Oxford

Purple Iris Woollen Scarf


Made exclusively to accompany the Colour Revolution exhibition, this exquisite woollen floral still life scarf is drawn from the works of Morris, Ruskin, Davenport, and Day & Haghe. Printed on a sublime wool-silk blend, it imparts a luxuriously soft feel.

Credit: Study of an Oriental poppy watercolour and some bodycolour over indications in graphite, May Morris (1862-1938)

Snake's-Head Fritillary watercolour and bodycolour over graphite on wove paper, John Ruskin (1819-1900)

Bunch of Country Flowers watercolour on paper. Study of Trumpet Creeper (Bignonia radicans) watercolour on paper, Sophia Davenport (1818-1916)

Iris watercolour over lithograph on wove paper, Day & Haghe (1824-1852)

Exclusive to the Ashmolean Museum.

Materials: Wool and silk blend

Dimensions: 70 x 200cm