Margarete Bagshaw “Water Signs” Silk ScarfItem No: 9365
Margarete Bagshaw didn't just see color, she heard it – in tones, chords, and moody melodies. This silk scarf is a print from the original painting “Water Signs,” which was a 48” x 48” oil on Belgian linen that Margarete created in June of 2012.
- Replica of the original painting "Water Signs" by Margaret Bagshaw (Santa Clara)
- Scarf measures 40” long x 38” wide
- 100% plain weave silk. Imported.
Margarete Bagshaw was an American painter and potter. She was the daughter of artist Helen Hardin and granddaughter of artist Pablita Velarde. Together, they formed one of the few three-generational female painting dynasties known. Their work is on permanent exhibit at the Golden Dawn Gallery in Santa Fe.