Design for textile by Anna Maria Garthwaite, 1752, Spitalfields, England. Now in the V & A's collection.

Design for a woven silk

Anna Maria Garthwaite

Anna Maria Garthwaite, silk design (possibly a copy of a French original) detail, 1733

Design for woven silk, by Anna Maria Garthwaite (1690-1763). Watercolour on paper. Spitalfields, London, England, c.1742.

Like multi colored flowers and the monochromatic elements. Design for woven silk, by Anna Maria Garthwaite Watercolour on paper.

A design for woven silk, by Anna Maria Garthwaite for the Huguenot Weavers in Spitalfields

Image of design for woven silk, by anna maria garthwaite. london, england, century by V&A Images

Design for woven silk, by Anna Maria Garthwaite (1690-1763). Spitalfields, London, England, c.1744.

GEORGIAN: Design for woven silk by Anna Maria Garthwaite Spitalfields, London, England

Anna Maria Garthwaite (b. Harston, Leicestershire, 14 March 1688[2] – October 1763) was an English textile designer known for creating vivid floral designs for silk fabrics hand-woven in Spitalfields near London in the mid-18th century.

Anna Maria Garthwaite - Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaMrs Charles Willing of Philadelphia was painted by Robert Feke in 1746 wearing a gown of English silk damask woven to a surviving 1743 design by Anna Maria

Design, c.1730, Anna Maria Garthwaite, V collection - I like the interplay and relationship between the scale of the larger elements and smaller patterns within

Design for a woven silk

Design, Anna Maria Garthwaite, V collection - I like the interplay and relationship between the scale of the larger elements and smaller patterns within

Garthwaite, Anna Maria | Watercolor, ca. 1730 for the silk textile industry in Spitalfields, UK

Design for a woven silk

Textile design, by Anna Maria Garthwaite (1690-1763). Watercolour. Spitalfields, London, c.1751.

Image of textile design, by anna maria garthwaite. spitalfields, london, century by V&A Images

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