Lionel Mezzari.

Toiles de coton (environ deux mètres et demi de côté) imprimés en Europe à partir de la deuxième moitié du 18e siècle,en utilisant la technique de la xylographie couleur (parfois plus de 80 pièces de bois gravés pour une impression complète).Le motif décoratif central est toujours encadré par un des compositions florales (festons, guirlandes, paniers).Le berceau de cet artisanat est très probablement l’Inde.
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Made in Genoa in the late eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, mezzari—large squares of block-printed cotton—were often worn by Italian women as shawls or voluminous head-coverings, fastened to the crown with silver hairpins or clasps

Made in Genoa in the late eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, mezzari—large squares of block-printed cotton—were often worn by Italian women as shawls or voluminous head-coverings, fastened to the crown with silver hairpins or clasps

Deca - Genova  mezzero

Deca - Genova mezzero

Italian Mezzaro  Italian (handblock printed on cotton) early 19th Century   I Perryman Carpets

Italian Mezzaro Italian (handblock printed on cotton) early 19th Century I Perryman Carpets

la casa rossa: mezzeri

la casa rossa: mezzeri

BLOCK-PRINTED COTTON MEZZARO Italian, ca. 1832

BLOCK-PRINTED COTTON MEZZARO Italian, ca. 1832

Deca - Genova  mezzero

Deca - Genova mezzero

Deca - Genova  mezzero

Deca - Genova mezzero

Deca - Genova  mezzero

Deca - Genova mezzero

Deca - Genova  mezzero

Deca - Genova mezzero

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