HUGH ST. CLAIR

Hugh St Clair has designed a range of furnishing fabrics hand printed on to 100% linen. Based on shapes in nature and classical motifs the patterns will give interest and sophistication to both eclectic and refined interior schemes of the 21st century. His fabrics can be used for curtains and upholstery.

Hugh St Clair, an arts journalist described by Tate Gallery curator Richard Morphet ‘as one of the most exceptional colourists in twentieth century British art’ writes about Modern British artists and takes his inspiration from twentieth century painters including Cedric Morris.

 ‘I have always loved the variety of the Paint Library range which incorporates deep colour and glamorous neutrals in an easy to read arrangement in the showroom.  I often use Paint Library as a starting point when colouring my patterns.’  

Visit the Paint Library London Showroom to view the collection.