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  • Saint Bride John Duncan Silk Scarf, National Galleries of Scotland - CultureLabel - 1
  • Saint Bride John Duncan Silk Scarf, National Galleries of Scotland - CultureLabel - 2
Saint Bride John Duncan Silk Scarf, National Galleries of Scotland - CultureLabel - 1
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Saint Bride John Duncan Silk Scarf

National Galleries of Scotland

£70.00 GBP

Scarf

Brown

About

This luxury scarf features artwork Saint Bride, 1913, by John Duncan (1866-1945) part of the Scottish National Gallery Collection, NG 2043

Produced in pure silk

100% silk, hand-rolled edges

Size: 85 x 85cm  

Dry clean only

Made in United Kingdom

John Duncan's Biography

John Duncan (Scottish, 1866 - 1945)
One of the leading representatives of the Celtic Revival in Scottish art, John Duncan first trained as an illustrator in his native city, Dundee. After periods of work and study in London and Antwerp, Duncan settled in Edinburgh in 1892. In the wider European context, Duncan was an exponent of the Symbolist movement. As well as Celtic imagery, he was inspired by the early Italian Renaissance, sometimes working in tempera. His output ranged from murals and paintings through to stained glass and book illustrations.

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Silk Scarf exclusive to CultureLabel and the National Galleries of Scotland

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