Single sheet of gift wrap featuring a reproduction of an original wrapping paper design Design for Wrapping Paper (Farm with Highland Cattle) by Edward Bawden from the collection of the National Galleries of Scotland.
This linocut design was made to be reproduced as wrapping paper. In this stylised design, Bawden has created a representation of the Scotland’s traditional crofting history with stone walls marking the edges of each croft but perhaps also referencing black houses in which cattle would often live alongside the farming families.
Edward Bawden was a British painter, illustrator and graphic artist. He was a fine watercolour painter but worked in many different media. His work and career is often associated with that of his contemporary Eric Ravilious. Bawden’s graphic designs have been praised for their simplification to the essence of the subject, their directness and humour.
This product is printed and assembled in the UK using either recycled or FSC certified materials.
Contains one sheet of gift-wrap, image printed on one side, a complimentary colour on the reserve.