Artist: George Morton-Clark
Material: 50% Tibetan wool, 50% Chinese silk
Origin: Hand-knotted rug produced in Nepal
At the End of the Day is an interpretation of a painting by the renowned English artist George Morton Clark. This stunning piece conveys the meticulous brush strokes and energy of the original artwork, with over a month spent dying the wools, and total of 65 colours used, the attention to detail is astounding
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