Named for the ‘Greensward Plan’, Frederick Law Olmstead’s winning proposal for the creation of Central Park, GREENSWARD BOUQUET is a collection highlight. The inspiration for it came from an old document purchased long ago, which was then redeveloped and painted by hand. An oversized scale combined with distressed detailing gives GREENSWARD BOUQUET an antique feel reminiscent of a fresco painting. Printed on a 100 per cent linen base cloth, over 30 colours are used to create each of the three available colorations.
The inset picture show a part of the full width of: 145 cm
The colours shown are not binding.
|Usable Width:||133 cm|
|Horizontal repeat:||0 cm|
|Vertical repeat:||150 cm|