• Rose Lindsay Print Scarf- White
  • Rose Lindsay Print Scarf- White
  • Rose Lindsay Print Scarf- White

Rose Lindsay Print Scarf- White



Product Description

Rose Lindsay printed Scarf, created by Think Positive Textile Creators for the Norman Lindsay Gallery.

A section of Rose Lindsay’s embroidered jacket from the Norman Lindsay Gallery collection has been taken to create this beautiful silk satin georgette scarf.

Rose Lindsay was introduced to Norman Lindsay in 1902, and began modeling for Lindsay that same year. She became his principal model and later his lover, and after his marriage ended she joined him in London in 1910.  She was Lindsay's business manager and most recognizable model, as well as being the printer for most of his etchings. Rose Lindsay was a skilled printmaker working with an etching press. 

In the 1960s Rose compiled seven albums of hundreds of pencil sketches and proof etchings by Norman Lindsay, an almost complete record of his etchings from the early 1900s until the 1950s

Silk satin georgette scarf

29 x 190 cm

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