Series of four, The progress of a soul 1899-1902: The Victory
Phoebe Anna Traquair was an Irish-born artist. An important figure in British art, she achieved international recognition for contributing widely to the Arts and Crafts movement in Scotland. Her works included large-scale murals, embroidery, enamel jewelry and book illuminations.
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Creator: Phoebe Anna Traquair
Date: Dated 1902
Original is Medium: Silk and gold thread embroidered on linen Textile
Location: National Galleries of Scotland
Approximate Measurements for each:
8x10= Paper Size: 8.00" W x 10.00"H, Image Size: 3.63" W x 9.00" H
11x14= Paper Size: 11.00" W x 14.00"H, Image Size: 5.24" W x 13.00" H
16x20= Paper Size: 16.00" W x 20.00"H, Image Size: 7.25" W x 18.00" H
22x28= Paper Size: 22.00" W x 28.00"H, Image Size: 10.48" W x 26.00" H
32x40=Paper Size: 32.00" W x 40.00"H, Image Size: 15.31" W x 38.00" H
40x60= Paper Size: 40.00" W x 60.00"H, Image Size: 23.37" W x 58.00" H