World's Fairs were once an important way to show the world embroideries, laces and other textile arts. Many times prizes won at various fairs are cited in history books as a testament to excellence. In the 1929 publication on Aemilia Ars needle lace, Merletti e Ricami della Aemilia Ars, there is an entire page dedicated to a list of the prizes won by this outstanding technique. Exhibitions in Italian cities like Milan, Rome, Turin, Genoa and others; France, Belgium, the U.S., Denmark... the…
Trousers | Italian | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
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Andreas Bretschneider | New Modelbüch (Page 45r) | The Met
Designed by Andreas Bretschneider, German, ca. 1578-?1640, printed by Henning Gross the younger, Leipzig.Etched hand-colored title page, 29 etched plates (including 3 counterproofs), 20 pages of designs including 4 duplicates