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The Ashmolean Museum refreshes range with licensing partners Surface View

<strong>The Ashmolean Museum refreshes range with licensing partners Surface View</strong>

The Ashmolean announces the unveiling of new additions for licensing partner, Surface View. Inspired by the Japanese art of Kinpaku (gold leaf), this new range reflects the natural beauty of Japan using imagery from silk panels, gold leaf screens and delicate textiles.

“Our partnership with Surface View has been running for more than eight years, and we are delighted with the refresh,” says Declan McCarthy, Head of Publishing & Licensing.

Founded in 1683, the Ashmolean is the world’s first public museum and houses over million objects Our world-famous collections range from Egyptian mummies to contemporary art, telling human stories across cultures and across time.

Surface View combine innovative technology and a little imagination to create stunning, bespoke printed wall coverings, wall art and window treatments.

Left: ‘Six-fold Screen Right Panels Depicting Tales of Ise’ Canvas from the Ashmolean Museum Collection; Right: ‘Screen with Spring and Summer Flowers’ Wallpaper Mural from the Ashmolean Museum

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