The Ambassador magazine 1949 Graham Sutherland Jay fashion Coats Wool Rayon
by Graham Sutherland
Also inside - 'Jay' (Elsbeth Juda), photographs 7 pages of coats.
7 pages of Knitting Wool including some beautiful two colour illustrations.
Weaves for suits, Linen and Rayon are all featured.
'Background is Britian' is a feature that includes Cricket, several pages on the English Public House, Lancaster House & Goldsmith's Hall.
Also with a feature on contemporary British tapestry with b/w images of work by:
Henry Moore, Jankel Adler, Francis Rose, Mervyn Peake,
Cecil Collins, Julian Trevelyan, Edward Wadsworth,
Sax R Shaw and Stanley Spencer.
The Ambassador was originally named - International Textiles and was founded and published by advertising manager Ludwig Katz in The Netherlands. Later, it changed its name to The Ambassador after two separate issues were produced under the same name of simultaneously in The Netherlands and Britain during the Second World War. In 1946, the British version changed its name and the original International Textiles continued in The Netherlands.
Also see International Textiles HERE