The Omega Workshops (1)

We arrived at Charleston just in time to catch its new exhibition on the Omega Workshops, set up in 1913 after Fry’s Post-Impressionist exhibition to provide work for artists.

Duncan Grant, c.1910:-

Invitation card to an exhibition:-

An illustration to Roger Fry’s ‘The Artist as Decorator’:-

The advert for their pottery:-

A (beautiful) teacup designed by Roger Fry, made at Carter, Stabler & Adams:-

A pair of cupboard doors from Charleston after Duncan Grant and Vanessa Bell moved their in 1916:-

Book covers in block printed paper:-

It closed in 1919.

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