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Hanging of painted and dyed cotton made in western India for the British market, late 17th or early 18th century.

Introduction to Indian textiles V&A article: Hanging of painted and dyed cotton made in western India for the British market, late or early century. Museum no.

Lovely vintage Palampore Tree of Life printed cotton fabric  ~ lovely reproduction of a much earlier 18th century Indian printed / painted chintz.

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Lovely vintage Palampore Tree of Life printed cotton fabric ~ lovely reproduction of a much earlier century Indian printed / painted chintz.

1770-90 ca. Detail of Fabric for Bed Cover, English. Cotton, Woven (plain), Block printed, Resist style. museumcollection.winterthur.org

Bedcover Category: Textiles (Furnishing) Place of Origin: England, United Kingdom, Europe Date: Materials: Cotton Techniques: Woven (plain), Block printed, Resist style Museum Object Number:

Fabric fragment. English, ca. 1780. Printed cotton. From the Met: 23.216

1780 Culture: British Medium: Cotton Dimensions: L. 40 inches x cm) Classification: Textiles-Printed Credit Line: Rogers Fund, 1923 Accession Number:

cocoroachchanel: detail of a child’s coat, second half of 19th century, India

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1600's cotton embroidered with silk, flora & fauna, Gujarat, India, detail.

cotton embroidered with silk, flora & fauna - From Gujarat, India (petit cabinet de curiosites)

Palampore late 18th Century. India. Plain weave, mordant painted and dyed, resist dyed. - detail 4

Palampore - Bedcover or hanging - Late century - India - Cotton; plain weave, mordant painted and dyed, resist dyed

This type of dyed cloth, known as a palampore from the Hindi term for a bed cover, palangposh, was made in abundance in India for the European market in the late seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. The size of the palampores conformed to bed sizes in Europe, and their decoration, often with a central tree laden with fruits and birds, combined elements from English embroideries, Chinese decorative objects, and Indian textiles. Lengths of such fabric also hung on the walls of the bedrooms.

Bed Cover (Palampore) century Geography: Attributed to India, Coromandel Coast Textile: H. 107 in.

Indian chintz panel, Tree of Life

Indian chintz panel, beautiful depiction of the Tree of Life, Chintz designs are mostly European patterns loosely derived from the style of Indian designs themselves reflecting, via Mughal art, decorative traditions in Islamic art such as the arabesque.

* Textile, ca. 1796 - cotton block-printed: black, 2 reds; other colors applied by brush; plain weave foundation

* Textile France Oberkampf ca. other colors applied by brush; plain weave foundation Exotic flowering plants in bright colors scattered on a white background.

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.

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