Sketch for a bedspread

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Designed by Sir Robert Lorimer

Postcard of Sketch for a bedspread.
© National Museums Scotland

Sketch for a bedspread

This pen and ink sketch for a bedspread was designed by Sir Robert Lorimer around 1890. The bedspread was for Kellie Castle, Lorimer's summer home in Fife.

The scale is inked in along the bottom of the sketch.

Sir Robert Lorimer (1864-1929) was one of the foremost architects of his day. He was inspired by traditional Scottish buildings and by the natural world. His commissions included interiors and furnishings as well as buildings.

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Online ID: 000-100-002-019-C
Image Rights Holder: National Museums Scotland
Project: 0098: National Museums Scotland
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Ref: National Museums Scotland  H.SVL 35
Date: Around 1890
Material: Ink; pencil
Dimensions: 315 mm H x 290 mm L
What: Sketch, bedspread
Subject: Furniture - rooms - Lorimer (NMAS Classification)
Who: Sir Robert Lorimer (Maker)
Description: Framed ink and pencil sketch for a bedspread, by Sir Robert Lorimer
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