Mosaic of Abstract Designs III & IV (1933)


Pen & watercolour on paper and card
Newly-framed in gold leaf box as pictured

70cm x 47.5cm in the frame


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William Amor Fenn was a British metalworker, illustrator and designer and one of the leading figures – bridging both the Art Nouveau and Art Deco periods – in the development and application of commercial abstract design. Author of a number of self-illustrated books, including most notably Design & Tradition (1928) and Abstract Design (1930), he has been a global influence for illustrators and graphic designers for nearly a century. These mosaic pictures (numbered I-IV from left to right starting top left) have been assembled from a portfolio of his original designs, thought to be work in progress at the time of his death.