Francesca Fiorentino

Francesca Fiorentino

Francesca Fiorentino
Altre idee da Francesca
Stencil of Arabesque Design Medium: Ink, opaque watercolor, and gold on paper Dates: 1409 Dynasty: Timurid

Stencil of Arabesque Design Medium: Ink, opaque watercolor, and gold on paper Dates: 1409 Dynasty: Timurid

Oriental Carpets - Knotted Thoughts: The Border and The Carpet - A Twin Birth

Oriental Carpets - Knotted Thoughts: The Border and The Carpet - A Twin Birth

Egyptian carpet fragment | circa 900 CE

Egyptian carpet fragment | circa 900 CE

DECODING THE FLEUR DE LIS .....the Fish God Dagon, of Assyro-Babylonian mythology wearing a helmet crowned with the Fleur de lis emblem symbolizing divinity and Lordship

DECODING THE FLEUR DE LIS .....the Fish God Dagon, of Assyro-Babylonian mythology wearing a helmet crowned with the Fleur de lis emblem symbolizing divinity and Lordship

Oriental Carpets - Knotted Thoughts: Central Asian Latitudes and Turkmen Carpets

Oriental Carpets - Knotted Thoughts: Central Asian Latitudes and Turkmen Carpets

OST-SASANIAN SILK SHIRT, KHURASAN OR CENTRAL ASIA, 7TH-9TH

OST-SASANIAN SILK SHIRT, KHURASAN OR CENTRAL ASIA, 7TH-9TH

Statuette of a Woman: "The Stargazer", c. 3000 BCE Early Bronze Age, Western Anatolia?

Statuette of a Woman: "The Stargazer", c. 3000 BCE Early Bronze Age, Western Anatolia?

Northern Dynasties - Sui Dynasty. Two-faced Jin-silk veil with colored damask trim. The veil is decorated with colorful damask textiles embroidered with crescent in pearl roundels on the back side, which is a very popular motif in central Asia. Such pattern was later found in Astana of Xinjiang, demonstrating its dissemination along the Silk Road. China National Silk Museum.

Northern Dynasties - Sui Dynasty. Two-faced Jin-silk veil with colored damask trim. The veil is decorated with colorful damask textiles embroidered with crescent in pearl roundels on the back side, which is a very popular motif in central Asia. Such pattern was later found in Astana of Xinjiang, demonstrating its dissemination along the Silk Road. China National Silk Museum.

Textile Fragment with Horses Object Name: Fragment Date: 7th–9th century Geography: probably Iran Culture: Islamic Medium: Wool, cotton; taqueté Accession Number: 48.43

Textile Fragment with Horses Object Name: Fragment Date: 7th–9th century Geography: probably Iran Culture: Islamic Medium: Wool, cotton; taqueté Accession Number: 48.43

Silk Fragment diasper, Spain 14th century

Silk Fragment diasper, Spain 14th century