Bespoke boxed half-set (‘minor box’) of Lowenfeld mosaics

Made:
1970-1980
Bespoke boxed half-set (minor box) of Lowenfeld mosaics, with sliding top, consisting of plastic tiles in five Bespoke boxed half-set (?minor box?) of Lowenfeld mosaics, with sliding top, consisting of plastic tiles in five

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Bespoke boxed half-set (minor box) of Lowenfeld mosaics, with sliding top, consisting of plastic tiles in five
Science Museum Group Collection
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Bespoke boxed half-set (?minor box?) of Lowenfeld mosaics, with sliding top, consisting of plastic tiles in five
Science Museum Group
© The Board of Trustees of the Science Museum

Bespoke boxed half-set (‘minor box’) of Lowenfeld mosaics, with sliding top, consisting of plastic tiles in five different geometric shapes and six primary colours. The box was made by deaf workers during occupational health classes in Glasgow. Used for cross cultural research in China, San Francisco and Great Britain by Thérèse Woodcock, made in U.K, c.1970-1980.

Details

Category:
Psychology, Psychiatry & Anthropometry
Object Number:
2009-25/1
credit:
The Dr Margaret Lowenfeld Trust