Alfred Wallis was a seaman, ice cream seller and rag-and-bone man before he took up painting in old age. He said he painted ‘what used to be’ and many of his works depict a remembered past.In 1928 he met professional artists Ben Nicholson and Christopher Wood, for whom Wallis’s work represented an instinctive and naïve folk art. As such, Wallis seemed to belong to the tradition of rustic characters common in literature, and represented a link to an apparently timeless English culture.
These Lovely cushions are made with a super soft cotton linen mix, machine washable and come complete with the cushion pad (If selected).
Features: Super Soft Cotton Linen
Fabric is made from natural fibers, which may result in irregularities
Hidden zipper enclosure; synthetic-filled insert included
Hand made happily In UK
Size: 40cm x 50cm (Standard Size)
Size: 55cm x 70cm (Statement Size)