FREE SHIPPING WITHIN CONTINENTAL U.S. WITH ORDERS MORE THAN $100

Liberty London 11 x 14 Paint By Number Kit — Thorpeness Design

$29.95 USD

| /

Now an iconic part of London's always exciting shopping scene, when Arthur Liberty opened shop on Regent Street in 1875, he envisioned a very special and unique emporium laden with luxuries and fabrics from distant lands. His dream was to metaphorically dock a ship on the city's streets. 

Legendary Irish poet and playwright Oscar Wilde proclaimed Liberty London to be "the chosen resort of the artistic shopper."

To this day, a voyage of discovery awaits on the good ship Liberty London, with history hidden amongst six floors of cutting-edge design, unexpected edits and beautiful wares from the world's greatest craftspeople. It is know for its floral and graphic prints, as well as its creatively curated offering of innovative and electric designs and accessories. 

So, of course, we had to bring you this brilliant Liberty London "Thorpeness" 11 x 14 Paint By Number Kit. This "Thorpeness" kit pays homage to Thorpe, one of Liberty's classic — and most popular designs. 

The "Thorpeness"Kit is named after and influenced by the artist John Hall Thorpe, whose early-1900s paintings inspired its dense floral layout. Drawn and coloured in 1968 for Liberty by the Hayward Studio. Thorpe's dense, small floral design evokes a mixture of Liberty's iconic 1930s floral prints. 

The Liberty Thorpe 11 x 14 Paint By Number Kit offers fun, creative and mindful activity. The kit includes all of the materials you will need to create your own Liberty work of art. It has 1 canvas board, 12 acrylic paints, 1 wooden easel, 3 paint brushes and a color guide/instruction sheet. 

One can never have too much Liberty London, so here is another lovely Paint by Number Kit for you.

THE DETAILS

MATERIALS: 
• One 11 x 14” Canvas Board
• 12 Acrylic Paints
• One Wooden Easel
• Three Paint Brushes
• Color Guide / Instruction Sheet

ABOUT LIBERTY OF LONDON

Liberty London

When its adventurous founder Arthur Lasenby Liberty laid plans for a London emporium laden with luxuries and fabrics from distant lands, his dream was to metaphorically dock a ship in the city streets. To this day, a voyage of discovery awaits on the good ship Liberty, with history hidden amongst six floors of cutting-edge design, unexpected edits and beautiful wares from the world's greatest craftspeople.

In 1875, Arthur borrowed £2,000 from his future father-in-law and took a building on Regent Street, London with just three dedicated staff and plenty of ambition. "I was determined not to follow existing fashions but to create new ones," he explained. 

Liberty's collection of ornaments, fabric and objets d'art from around the world proved irresistible to a society intoxicated at the time by Japan and the East. Liberty effected social change in interior design and dress so much so that the Art Nouveau period in Italy is called 'Liberty Style'. Within eighteen months, Liberty repaid his loan. 

"Liberty is the chosen resort of the artistic shopper," Oscar Wilde proclaimed. 

Liberty London's historic building is now a heritage-listed London icon, and today, Liberty is famed for its directional design, cultural collaborations and inspiring curation.Its dedicated in-house design studio is still at the core of its mission, hand painting and creating its beautiful prints, and reworking finds from the 45,000 items in its rich archive.