Symphonic Forms Scarf
Symphonic Forms Scarf
Symphonic Forms Scarf

The painting is considered one of the first abstract contributions to Canadian Art and is heavily influenced by the Art Deco designs popular in the 1930s. Symphonic Forms belongs to a third and final group of abstracts painted by Bertram Brooker and is the finest in that small body of work. The original artwork is currently in the permanent collection of The Art Gallery of Hamilton. 

  • Size: 65cm X 175cm (25.5 inches X 69 inches)
  • Fabric: 52% Silk & 48% Wool 
  • Exclusive Fashion Art Print
  • Eco-Friendly Certification: This includes the digital printing with Intertek and OEKO-TEX certificates. OEKO-TEX certification is about how the fabric is processed, including things like dyes and finishes. OEKO-TEX textiles and fabrics are certified free of harmful chemicals and are safe for human use.

The scarf is ideal for spring, summer and fall or the office year round. The 'Symphonic Forms' scarf was inspired by the Angela Porter's (Lia Lia) great-grandfather, Bertram Brooker's painting of the same name dated 1947. 

Bertram Brooker, Symphonic Forms, 1947

Oil on canvas mounted on Masonite, 68.7 x 91.2 cm

Art Gallery of Hamilton 

Regular price$110
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