Design for the interior decoration of the RMS Queen Elizabeth for Cunard White Star: isometric projection indicating a decorative flooring scheme for a deck entrance
|Architect/Designer||Wornum, George Grey (1888-1957)|
|Subject||Interior decoration ; Floors ; Disappear Here ; Patterns ; Ocean liners ; Colour|
NOTES: Launched in 1938, the RMS Queen Elizabeth was quickly requisitioned for use in World War II as a troop ship. It was only after the war, in 1946, that it was completely refitted and relaunched as the luxury passenger liner it was originally intended to be. George Grey Wornum designed the decoration of the first-class accommodation.
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