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As part of their Rediscovers range, Heal’s has a series of prints based on Lucienne Day’s designs from the 50s and 60s.
Pictured here is the reinterpretation of the Calyx design, which Day created for Heal’s in 1951 and was the first design that brought her fame. Other prints include Small Hours (1952), Graphica (1953) Springboard (1954), and the Apex print from 1967, which is geometric pattern that typifies Day’s work from the mid to late Sixties.
The prints are sold unframed for £12 each from Heal’s.