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Cushion covers using 1940s Henry Moore designed textiles

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Henry Moore cushion covers

A reissue being sold to accompany the current Henry Moore exhibition at Tate Modern, these cushion covers use textile designs Moore did in the 1940s. 

Although the artist is famous for his sculptural works he did also produce textile designs, first for Zika Ascher from 1943 onwards and then for David Whitehead Fabrics after the Festival of Britain. The two textiles available, Wings and Ovals or Half Figures, were both designs produced for Ascher in about 1947.

The patterns are printed onto 100% cotton cushion covers, which sell without their pads. They cost £15 each. 

Buy them from the Tate shop

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