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Williams (Author)Author: Canon G. Williams. Rachel Kay-Shuttleworth, a short account of her life and work by G. Williams. Published by Wilson in Kendal. Written in EnglishPages: Rachel Kay-Suttleworth,by Peter Brannan Rachel Kay-Shuttleworth was the daughter of Ughtred Kay-Shuttleworth () and Blanche Marion Kay-Shuttleworth 1886-1967 book Parish).
The Hon. Rachel Kay-Shuttleworth's father was the 1st Baron Shuttleworth, who held various ministerial appointments, including that of Under-Secretary of State for India. Get this from a library. Rachel Kay-Shuttleworth, a short account of her life and work.
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Discover artworks, explore venues and meet artists. Art UK is the online home for every public collection in the UK. Featuring overoil paintings by s artists. Indeed, it was the dream of Rachel Kay-Shuttleworth (), descendant of the Shuttleworths of Gawthorpe, an established well-to-do family in rural Lancashire.
I came across her intriguing life story at the the annual conference of the British Quilt Study Group in October Gail is a former curator of the Gawthorpe Textile Collection and has written a lovely tribute to it's founder, Miss Rachel Beatrice Kay-Shuttleworth (), in her introduction to the book, describing her as.
Gawthorpe Hall, Padiham built for the Shuttleworth family. Section of a silk embroidered panel with peacocks and flowers made by Rachel Kay-Shuttleworth for her parents Golden Wedding Anniversary in Tree of Life crewel work curtain - part of a set made by Rachel Kay-Shuttleworth for her four poster bed, completed in About Gawthorpe Textiles Collection Gawthorpe Textiles Collection (GTC) is the operating name of The Rachel Kay-Shuttleworth Textile Collections charity founded in by the Honourable Rachel Beatrice Kay-Shuttleworth MBE ( ), a life-long collector of global textile and craft on: Gawthorpe Hall, Burnley Road Padiham, Lancashire, BB12 8UA UK.
It was amassed by Miss Rachel B. Kay-Shuttleworth ( – ) who was the last family member to live at Gawthorpe Hall. Inheriting the values of the philanthropic Kay-Shuttleworth family, Miss Rachel worked to improve social welfare throughout her life and was heavily involved with a range of causes, particular during wartime and recession.
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Rachel Kay-Shuttleworth (third left) and her guiding staff in with the North East Lancashire Standard. Girl Guides are celebrating their centenary with an exhibition about one of the movement's Lancashire pioneers.
Burnley BB12 8UA tel: e-mail: [email protected] The home of The Hon. Rachel Kay-Shuttleworth seems a very fitting place. The Hon. Rachel Kay-Shuttleworth collection is the largest collection of textiles and needlework in the UK. Autograph Card Signed ('W.
Rothenstein') to Rachel Kay-Shuttleworth, announcing that 'with some regret' he will be changing his name to 'W. Rutherston'. Author: Sir William Rothenstein (), painter, printmaker, draughtsman, lecturer, and writer on art [Rachel Kay-Shuttleworth ()].
Posts about textiles written by Ruth Singer. I am currently working on a new exhibition at Gawthorpe Hall Textile Collection which is in an amazing National Trust building in Lancashire. The textiles there are a private collection assembled by Rachel Kay Shuttleworth ( ) who lived in the house and opened it up to share her collections and her knowledge.
The textiles there are a private collection assembled by Rachel Kay Shuttleworth ( ) who lived in the house and opened it up to share her collections and her knowledge. I first visited the Gawthorpe in to look at their pincushion collection as inspiration for Memorial Pincushions, which celebrate the life of my beloved aunt.
Rachel Kay-Shuttleworth: A Short Account of her Life and Work (Titus Wilson, rpt., ). The Hall that you see today shows Barry's designs recreated in the principal rooms. Rachel Kay-Shuttleworth Collections. The Hon. Rachel Kay-Shuttleworth () was the last member of the family to live at Gawthorpe and it was here that she formed the.
This is a 30,+ collection of textiles and embroidery of every type, and from around the world, which was amassed by the late Rachel Kay Shuttleworth ( – ) It was on reading Miss Rachel’s biography that I became I was inspired to produce a design which would bring together inspiration from the embroidery treasures, combined with a Author: Carolina House Designs.
The hall shows one of the finest textile displays in the country - the Rachel Kay-Shuttleworth collection. The () was a talented needle-woman who was skilled at the art of lacemaking and embroidery.
During her lifetime she built up a unique collection, which as the last member of the family to live at Gawthorpe Hall, was. Ughtred James Kay-Shuttleworth, 1st Baron Shuttleworth, PC, DL (18 December – 20 December ), known as Sir Ughtred Kay-Shuttleworth, Bt, between andwas a British landowner and Liberal politician.
He was Under-Secretary of State for India and Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster under William Ewart Gladstone in and Parliamentary and Financial Secretary to the Political party: Liberal. The Shuttleworths of Gawthorpe A Distinguished English Family Descended from a Grimshaw Woman.
These items form a fascinating in-sight to the period between and and can be found as an appendix to this book. the Honorable Rachel Kay-Shuttleworth. The daughter of Ughtred, Rachel was born in and had lived most of her life at.
During her lifetime (–), Rachel Kay-Shuttleworth single-handedly amassed one of the largest and most extensive private collections of quilts and other textiles in Britain and possibly the world.
There is an exhibition dedicated to her life called 'Gawthorpe's Great Lady - Rachel Kay-Shuttleworth ' which is on until November 5.
The tour will run on September 24 at 11am and tickets. TO HOLD THE RACHEL KAY-SHUTTLEWORTH COLLECTIONS OF WOVEN, EMBROIDERED AND OTHER MATERIALS, TAPESTRIES, GARMENTS, BOOKS, OBJECTS D'ART AND OTHER ARTICLES.
Governing document TRUST DEED DATED 27 JULY Organisation type. Standard registration. Policies Risk management Conflicts of interest. Rachel’s Tat By: Eleanor Knowles Dugan During her lifetime, Rachel Kay-Shuttleworth () single-handedly amassed one of the largest and most extensive private collections of quilts and other textiles in Britain and possibly the world.
The Craft House was founded by the last family occupier, the Honourable Rachel Kay-Shuttleworth (–), in the first half of the s for the study and practice of textiles and embroidery, based upon her own remarkable collections. Gail Marsh has spent her whole career working with textiles and embroidery and has been teaching embroidery and design for 28 years.
From –76 and to the present day she has been curator of the Rachel-Kay Shuttleworth Collection at Gawthorpe Hall, a. Significant Stitch Gawthorpe’s Textile Collection inclu pieces, collected by Rachel Kay-Shuttleworth () who was the last member of the Shuttleworth family to live at Gawthorpe.
Gawthorpe Hall, Lancashire (England), is an Elizabethan building from AD For many centuries the Hall belonged to the Shuttleworth family. The Hall's last private owner was Rachel Kay-Shuttleworth (), who built up a large collection of British garments as well as embroidery, lace, quilts, printed and woven textiles.
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Books. Go Author: C G Williams.The Rachel Kay-Shuttleworth conference room at BPRCVS is for hire and available in multiple layouts that suit your needs. The room is suitable for conferences, training, large meetings and much more.The collection was amassed by Miss Rachel Kay-Shuttleworth ( – ) who was a member of the family that lived at Gawthorpe Hall from the 14th century.
Miss Rachel was the last member of the Shuttleworth family to live at Gawthorpe.