A POIGNANT ancestral painting will spearhead a brand new 2020 trend from Woodchip & Magnolia.
Number 18 is a 1914 still-life oil painting created by company founder Nina Marika Tarnowski’s ancestor Edward Walker the year he went to serve in the Great War.
He never came back.
Nina said: “A key trend for 2020 is going to be about finding soothing familiarity in what has come before. So expect old styles re-imagined for uncertain times.
“This painting was left to me by my Grandfather and I have always cherished it. It has a reassuring feel to it, and I always wanted to explore the option of turning it into a wall covering, as a tribute to my ancestor and all those like him who went off to serve and never returned.”
The painting, by Edward, who was Nina’s great-grandmother’s brother, the name “Number 18” comes from the catalogue number on the back of the painting.
Nina added: “The name Number 18, makes me think of the men with no name in unmarked graves who didn’t return from the Great War.”
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