(Swedish, est. 1944)
Plain weave bleached linen, handprinted
Overall: 90.2 x 94.3 cm (35 1/2 x 37 1/8 in.)
The Harold T. Clark Educational Extension Fund 1956.414
This design features a single pink rose, which traditionally symbolizes gratitude.
This design was likely conceived when Ingrid “Gocken” Jobs was a student of graphic design at the Konstakademin (Royal Swedish Academy of Fine Arts). Rose and Lily shows a sampling of indigenous Swedish flowers against a black background. The loose floral arrangement is typical of Gocken Jobs’s whimsical style.
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