Derelict Cottage, Applecross

Artist

Robert Stewart

Catalogue
149
Material

Procion Dye

Dimensions

74 x 99cm

Date

1975, acquired 1978

About the artwork

Monochromatic image of a derelict cottage, created using fibre reactive dye.

About the artist

Robert Stewart (born Glasgow, 1924-1995) studied and taught at Glasgow School of Art. He was one of the design pioneers of the twentieth century. He was a prolific artist and designer, and produced paintings, textiles, tapestries, graphics, ceramics and murals. He became one of the most important textile designers in Britain during the 1950s, and designed for Liberty, Donald Brothers and the Edinburgh Tapestry Company.