Textile, 1775–1800

Object ID: 18481701 Accession Number: Acquired: 1973 Short URL: Textile, Medium: cotton Technique: block-printed; blue applied by brush; Gift of Josephine Howell.

Print, Floral, French, 1799, cotton

Floral print Manufactory: Hartmann et Fils Date: 1799 Culture: French (Munster) Medium: Cotton Dimensions: L. 114 x W. 48 inches x cm Classification: Textiles-Printed Credit Line: Gift of William Sloane Coffin, 1926 Accession Number:

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Central Asian Ikats: Visual Gems from the Desert Oasis

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Detail of a child’s coat, second half of 19th century, India, thru vintageindia.tumblr

enjoycolorfullife: “cocoroachchanel: “ detail of a child’s coat, second half of century, India ” gypsealife ”

L’engouement en Angleterre et en France est immédiat. Les premières impressions françaises et anglaises seront au début de simples imitations avant de devenir, grâce aux efforts technologiques et esthétiques, des labels.

L’engouement en Angleterre et en France est immédiat. Les premières impressions françaises et anglaises seront au début de simples imitations avant de devenir, grâce aux efforts technologiques et esthétiques, des labels.

Original textile design on paper , Thierry Mieg Factory, Mulhouse, around 1880

Original textile design on paper , Thierry Mieg Factory, Mulhouse, around 1880 cafsew colours

Large fragmentary chintz palampore, India for the Dutch market, ca. 1720

Flora pattern with birds and objects ///// Large fragmentary chintz palampore, India for the Dutch market, ca.

Palampore  Date:ca. 1730Culture:India (for Sri Lankan market)Medium:Painted and dyed plain-weave cottonDimensions:Warp 44 9/16 in. (113.2 cm); weft 72 in. (182.9 cm)Classification:TextilesCredit Line:Purchase, Fernando Family Trust Gift, in honor of Dr. Quintus and Mrs. Wimala Fernando, 2010Accession Number:2010.337

Palampore Date: first quarter of the century Culture: India (Coromandel Coast), for the Sri Lankan market Medium: Cotton (painted resist and mordant, dyed)

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