Cf: J. Collins, The Omega Workshops, University of Chicago Press, 1984, pl. 15
See also: Richard Shone, Bloomsbury Portraits. Vanessa Bell, Duncan Grant and their Circle, Oxford, 1976, pp. 244/5
Isabelle Anscombe, Omega and After. Bloomsbury and the Decorative Arts, London, 1981, pp. 134/5, fig. 39
This particular design, originally conceived by Roger Fry in 1913, was used by Vanessa Bell and Duncan Grant in a 1929 project by the Omega Interior Design Company for the dining room at Penns-in-the-Rocks, home of Lady Dorothy Wellesley. Grant later recalled it as 'the best thing we did' and the commission was very well received and featured in the Studio magazine of 1930.
It was there described to be an 'effect...of iridescence', with six large painted panels alternating with rectangles of colour amidst tones of pale grey and green.