Ashmolean Museum Oxford

Purple Iris Woollen Scarf

£75.00

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