1903 - 1992
Austerity to Affluence, British Art & Design 1945 -1962, Merrell Holberton Publishers, 1997
Twenty-Century Pattern Design, Lesley Jackson, Princeton Architectural Press, 2002
Textile Design, Artists’ Textiles 1940-1976, Rayner, Chamberlain & Stapleton, Antique Collectors Club Ltd, 2012
John Piper, The Fabric of Modernism 2016, Pallant House
Artists Textiles in Britain 1945 – 1970, The Fine Art Society, London 2003
The Art Institute of Chicago
The Arundel design for Sanderson draws on both Pipers collaboration with Patrick Reyntiens light windows for Oundle School Chapel from 1954 & possibly also the carved figures on the base of the tomb of Thomas, 5th Earl of Arundel in the Fitzalan Chapel of Arundel Castle & the 10th Earls tomb at Chichester Cathedral. The textile itself draws deeply from the imagery of stained glass. One of five designs used to celebrate Sanderson’s centenary in 1960. Each design was screen printed on Sanderlin: a cotton fabric with a permanent glaze finish developed at Sanderson’s Uxbridge Print Works. The design was also produced in linen.