Wild Cherry or Cherry Orchard by Paul Nash, Britain,
celebrated in a British stamp
Print designed in the late 1920's
Paul Nash (1889-1946)
Nash was a painter and print maker. His paintings of World War I are the
artistic documentation of the war. He also designed
repeat pattern for two British fabric printers
Big Abstract is the name of this pattern in two colorways here.
The first edition was in the twenties from Footprints Workshop Ltd, which did hand-block-printed fabrics. A later edition was from the more industrialized Cresta Silks.
See many more Cresta silks at the Penlee House Museum: