Writer: Barley Roscoe

Ernest Gimson: Against Hotch-Potch

Ernest Gimson: Against Hotch-Potch

By Annette Carruthers, Mary Greensted and Barley Roscoe

When Ernest Gimson applied to join the Art Workers’ Guild in 1891 he described himself as a ‘decorator’, and it is clear that interior decoration and furnishing remained vital to him throughout his life as part of his vocation as an architect. His were not the fully coordinated decorative schemes… Read More