Frederick Wojahn-Wimsett is an American-born artist based in London. Since moving from Los Angeles in 2011 his style has shifted from tropical poolside murals to refined and detail-oriented interiors. An intuitive sense of colour, a unique take on nature and an exacting eye for detail make his bespoke murals and screens an illuminating backdrop or a defining centrepiece. Frederick’s work, inspired by 18th Century chinoiserie, is already in the homes of many stylish Londoners including Alice Temperley, Kate Moss, Jamie Hince, Victoria Grant, Rita Ora, Cozmo Jenks and Christie’s auction house.
Artist: Frederick Wimsett
Medium: Acrylic Paint, Screen
Size: H 170 x W 184 cm
A beautiful piece of furniture, these are chinoiserie, Japanese style screens perfect for your home, changing room and bedroom. With 3 beautiful panels, Wimsett paints a little grey monkey watching bright green, cyan, ultramarine and yellow parrots perfect for livening up one’s room. All mounted on painted frames, hinged and lacquered.
Image 1 Allegory Screens done for Alice Temperley and her flagship store in London
Image 2 Christies Chinoiserie
Image 3 Finest Peacocks English county-side home
Image 4 Murals in British Cotswolds home