Spice Garden (Silk & cotton), 1959-1980

Silk, cotton; printedexpand_more

Gift of Cowtan & Tout, Inc.expand_more  99.1.945.8

Not on Viewexpand_more

Spice Garden, the company’s first printed fabric, appealed to the contemporary aesthetic of the 1950s. The unusual use of color combined with a pattern of randomly scattered flowers, which were then unified by a subtle printed texture overlay. A popular pattern for twenty years, Spice Garden was printed on a number of different types of ground fabric, including lightweight linen, cotton, cotton and silk, and velvet.

Spice Garden (Silk & cotton)
Artist Life
New York, est. 1952
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