Judd Street Gallery Pattern Paper
There is a long history to 'pattern paper', leading from 18th century Italy to 1920s London, where the famous Curwen Press revived the tradition of decorative binding papers using repeating patterns - see Shepherds Decorative papers. They commissioned young artists who soon became famous: Paul Nash, Eric Ravilious, Edward Bawden and Graham Sutherland.
In the 1980s, Judd Street had the idea of reviving this tradition. Although the gallery is now only a publishing business, with no public presence, they have kept the range of papers going with new additions, and a cross-over with the Pollocks Toy Museum Trust.
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