Enid Marx was a block printed textile designer and illustrator working in Britain in the 1920s onwards. She designed many patterned papers for book covers whilst working in her studio in Hampstead. Under the direction of Frank Pick many of her blocks were turned into moquettes for the London Underground. Marx is also known for her book illustrations.

Compton Verney now how the Marx-Lambert collection, an archive featuring some of Marx’s textiles and items that she collected.

 

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