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For an instant you glimpse William Moorcroft’s Eventide c.1920, a wooded landscape on mottled pink and blues, and then you notice that you are entering into territory that you have not seen before, where dome-shaped hills of midnight blue fuse with almost iridescent pearl-pinks and violet-blues flushed with apple to sage greens, to release a sense of peace. Strangely, you become aware that the landscape is crisp and yet holds the mystery of an autumn equinox, where the sun and moon float simultaneously in the sky.
Under clouds of auburn, carmine and cherry-red leaves, the sky glimmers in chestnut gold before diffusing into a blue tide over undulating hills. The allure of this design is simple – designer, Emma Bossons has taken William’s clouded trees of Eventide and taken them into a surreal landscape, holding not just his palette, but all the colours of autumn’s equinox. With mastery, the distinctions between copse and sky become fused, woven together in the breath-taking world of Autumn Equinox.
Designer: Emma Bossons FRSA
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