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 Noal Betts  (20th century)

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Lived/Active: California      Known for: watercolor landscape painting, tapestry design

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View of China Town and the Bay Bridge, San Francisco
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This biography from the Archives of AskART:
The following information is from Thais Bogazis, whose Aunt was the owner of Tapestry Treasure LTD.

Noel Betts allowed a company named Tapestry Treasures to interpret six of his watercolors into tapestries.  The BERBER PASSAGE, CABALLEROS, HATMAKERS, LA DONA ANTIGUA, SANTOS INDIANS and CAROUSEL DE PARIS.

To create these tapestries, Noel provided Tapestries Treasures LTD. with lithographs, which artist Stephanie Taylor used to produce full- size parchment Maquettes. The Maquettes were then sent to India. Every line of the design was hand perforated. Then the Maquette was laid on the Dusooti cloth, and then rubbed with an oil and graphite mixture. This procedure allowed the designs to be transferred to the basic cloth. All the embroidery wools were custom dyed, then sent to "cottage industry" people for embroidery.

A weaver of Panama hats in Manta, Ecuador inspired his work, the HATMAKER.
BERBER PASSAGE was inspired by the Berber tribe in Marrakesh, Morocco.
CABALLEROS, depicts Panama, cowboy's with their unusual hats.
CAROUSEL DE PARIS, is from a painting of the Tuilleries Park behind the Louvre.
LA DONA ANTIGUA, evolved from sketches of a woman with a gaggle of geese in old Antigua.
THE SANTOS INDIAN, the village of Santos, near San Paulo,Brazil.

 

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