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Top Hat

Pat Etheridge

1967

T.2002.82.2

Title Top Hat
Object type Colourway Sample
Place of origin UK
Date 1967
Artist/maker Pat Etheridge
Material Cotton
Techniques Screen Printing
Dimensions h:365 w:325 mm
Accession Lot Lesley Jackson (gift, 2002)
Accession number T.2002.82.2
Description Psychedelic/Art Deco design in purples, magenta, blues and green on cotton.

Pat Etheridge

Pat Etheridge joined the in-house studio of Sanderson in the mid 1960s and contributed to the Young Sanderson (1966) range of textiles geared to attract the youth market. Her designs included lively, colourful pop florals. In 1967 she contributed to Sanderson's Art Deco Revival Odeon Collection. She also re-coloured and modified the designs of William Morris for screen-printing and machine production at Sanderson in the 1960s so that they would appeal to the contemporary market. She continued to design for Sanderson in the 1970s, contributing to the Palladio 9 wallpaper collection (1971). Etheridge went on to supply designs with an authentic period feel to firms internationally in the 1980s and 90s.

Pat Etheridge

Pat Etheridge joined the in-house studio of Sanderson in the mid 1960s and contributed to the Young Sanderson (1966) range of textiles geared to attract the youth market. Her designs included lively, colourful pop florals. In 1967 she contributed to Sanderson's Art Deco Revival Odeon Collection. She also re-coloured and modified the designs of William Morris for screen-printing and machine production at Sanderson in the 1960s so that they would appeal to the contemporary market. She continued to design for Sanderson in the 1970s, contributing to the Palladio 9 wallpaper collection (1971). Etheridge went on to supply designs with an authentic period feel to firms internationally in the 1980s and 90s.