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Hieroglyphic #11 3 Peacock Ladies Watercolor 1989 26x24 Watercolor by Zandra Rhodes
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Hieroglyphic #11 3 Peacock Ladies Watercolor 1989 26x24

Zandra Rhodes

Watercolor : Pen and Ink ,Watercolor And Gold Marker
Size : 14x13.5 in  |  36x34 cm
Framed : 26x24.5 in  |  66x62 cm

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Hand SignedLower Right in Ink 

Condition Excellent 

Framed with PlexiglassTriple Matted, Black Wide Mat,Gold Wood Frame 

Purchased fromGallery 1989 

Certificate of AuthenticityArt Brokerage 


Zandra Rhodes - United Kingdom

Art Brokerage: Zandra Rhodes British Artist: Zandra Rhodes was born in Chatham, Kent, UK in 1940 and introduced to the world of fashion by her mother, a fitter for the Paris fashion House of Worth and later a lecturer at Medway College of Art. Zandra studied at Medway College of Art, Kent, UK, and then at The Royal College of Art in London. Her major area of study was printed textile design. Her early textile designs were considered too outrageous by the traditional British manufacturers so she decided to make dresses from her own fabrics and pioneered the very special use of printed textiles as an intrinsic part of the garments she created. In 1967 she opened her first shop: The Fulham Road Clothes Shop in London with Sylvia Ayton. In 1969 she set up on her own and took her collection to New York where Diana Vreeland featured her garments in American Vogue, after which she started selling to Henri Bendel in NY, followed by Sakowitz, Neiman Marcus and Saks. In the UK, Zandra was given her own area in Fortnum and Mason, London. She was Designer of the Year in 1972 and in 1974 Royal Designer for Industry. In 1975 she founded her own shop off Bond Street London and boutique area in Marshall Fields, Chicago. She made her biggest splash in 1977 with the establishment take on punk which she called Conceptual Chic. She used kilts and safety pins – pre Versace – to form a sort of embroidery, mixed with loosely drawn figures screen-printed on silk jersey, or on the newly developed Ultrasuede fabric. Rhodes is the founder of the Fashion and Textile Museum in London, which was opened in May 2003 by Princess Michael of Kent. On 22 September 2006, she appeared as herself on the long-running BBC Radio 4 soap opera The Archers. Rhodes also received an Honorary Doctorate from Heriot-Watt University in 2007 She appeared, as herself, in an episode of Absolutely Fabulous during the BBC show's second season. Rhodes was a Guest Judge for the first episode of the third season of Project Catwalk. Listings wanted.

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