Book of Flowers, a large diptych, draws inspiration from sixteenth-century tapestries and intricate goldwork embroidery. The magnificent work is adorned with hand-tooled flowers that are cast and gilded before being arranged on a polished ivory gesso background.
Coryndon’s work, inspired by elements of the natural world, is rooted in historical aesthetics. Coryndon especially draws inspiration from the influential Omega Workshops, continuing their quiet revolution aimed to remove the divisions between the decorative and fine arts. Imaginative and innovative, Coryndon has forged a successful career of combining traditional craft skills and specialist finishing techniques in a fine art realm. She has found a large audience with collectors and designers internationally.
Dimensions: 72” H x 102” W
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