24 objects are associated with this tag (a maximum of 23 are shown here).
Lamp base, designed by Roger Fry, English, 1912-1918, Omega Workshops; English 1912-18 des. Roger Fry man. Omega
Anon. Elizabeth Gurney, Mrs. Fry, by George Richmond. Album, 'National Portraits', volume VI. Photograph of painting from the National Portrait Exhibition, South Kensington, 1868. Published by the Arundel Society, 24 Old Bond Street. British, 19th century, albumen print.
Design for a cabinet
Roger Fry. Design for a marquetry and lacquer cabinet with giraffe designs for the Omega Workshop. London, c.1913
Roger Fry, design for a rug for Arthur Ruck, 1916. NB. Formerly catalogued as 'probably by Vanessa Bell.' Reattributed by Richard Shone 'The Art of the Bloomsbury,' p.175, Tate ,1999
Design for a bedhead
Duncan Grant (attributed). Cubist drawing of a recumbent nude woman, probably for a bedhead for Omega Workshops. Coloured inks. 1913-19.
Design for a carpet
Duncan Grant (attr.). Oil on paper design for a carpet for Omega Workshops. British, c.1916
Roger Fry. Design for a chair seat featuring two draped female figures. British, c.1919
Tray cloth 'Thorns' of embroidered linen in coloured wools, designed by Roger Fry, Great Britain, 1917
Bronze medal, 200th anniversary of John Fry, English, by H Youngman, 1929
Furnishing fabric 'Amenophis' of printed linen, designed by Roger Fry, printed by Besselièvre in Maromme, France, retailed by Omega Workshops, 1913
Textile 'Margery' of printed linen, designed by Roger Fry for Omega Workshops, printed by Besselièvre, Maromme, 1913, retailed in London
Design for a loom-woven Wilton Carpet by Roger Eliot Fry, 1913
Lithograph poster advertising an exhibition of Modern Paintings, Dresses and New Omega Pottery at Omega Workshops Ltd., 33 Fitzroy Square, London. By Roger Eliot Fry, 1918.
Plate of earthenware, designed by Roger Fry, made at the Omega Workshops, London, between 1912-1918.
Bookcase with upper and lower section; upper section with cornice above open shelves divided by pilasters with moulded bases; lower section has central recess with drawer and cupboard with two doors on either side; cornice painted with foliate pattern, cupboard doors have moulded panels with central curved spandrel and drawers fitted with brass loop handles.
Tureen and cover
Line block print poster advertising the Second Post-Impressionist Exhibition held at the Grafton Galleries, London. Designed by Duncan Grant. Great Britain. 1912.