The Rose Bower

Joan Drew (1876-1961)


Source: the 1906 The International Studio

"Do not make the roses an insipid pale pink; a deep rose colour is far preferable," Drew instructed the readers of her book, Embroidery and Design (67). Commentary continues below. [Click on the image to enlarge it, and mouse over the text for links.]

  • Woman’s head
  • Detail (lower right)
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