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Tessitura bizantina e ricamo "articoli siciliane espositrici chiaramente l'influenza di ornamenti arabo, senza negare forme bizantine. In questi tessuti l'ornamento è sempre trattati come decorazione di superficie. Le piante e gli animali che vediamo applicato, non esattamente intima natura, ma sono più o meno idealizzato. "

Byzantine Weaving and Embroidery "Sicilian articles exhibiting clearly the…

This is the Byzantine Textiles, which were elaborated, weaved, and were used as very detailed decorations and art.

One of hundreds of thousands of free digital items from The New York Public Library.

11/12thc design based on "shroud of st. Potentien", Sens

textile design based on the "Shroud of St Potentien",

Italian Textiles - TextileAsArt.com, Fine Antique Textiles and Antique Textile Information

Italian Textiles - TextileAsArt.com, Fine Antique Textiles and Antique Textile Information

: Medieval Tiles

: Medieval Tiles

Image Plate from Owen Jones' 1853 classic, "The Grammar of Ornament"., via Flickr.

[Owen Jones: The Grammar of Ornament Tessellation related Photo plates from Owen Jones' 1853 classic book, "The Grammar of Ornament".

ETA Christmas 2016 Byzantine 9-11th c.

ETA Christmas 2016 Byzantine c.

French Renaissance Block Printing and Embroidery

Eclectic historic science and art images from rare books and prints

Two griffons back-to-back. 11th Century: Two griffons back-to-back. Silk serge an wool. Fragment; from a reliquary. Byzantine. Musee de Valere, Sion, France. Volbach, Early Decorative Textiles p.147

Two griffons back-to-back ~ Century ~ silk serge and wool ~ Fragment from a reliquary ~ Byzantine ~ Musee de Valere, Sion, France.

L''ornement des tissus. (Paris : Ducher, 1877) Dupont-Auberville, A. , Author. Bachelin-Deflorenne, Antoine (b. 1835), Editor.

I would love to browse through this book of historic textile designs.

2 Byzantine sakkos XIV century. from the Vatican and the Kremlin - Ornament and style DPI

from the Vatican and the Kremlin - Ornament and style DPI

14th Century Sicilian Silk Pattern

Of The Treatment Of Animal Forms In Decoration And Heraldry

This byzantine silk is dated from 9th-10th century and was based on a Sassanian original. The pictured fragment can be found in Museo Nazionale in Italy, Ravenna.    A lion was a common symbol used by dukes and counts in the Middleages but also by emirs and ranked governers of Ancient Empires in Near East.  Sources about this fabric: Archive of St.Etienne, Arabiyah and Art Quill Studio.

century, Byzantine Brocade with Lions, Purple

Byzantine design. Good inspiration.

image for paper bag batik. could also make b/w line drawings & use for cyanotypes. Owen Jones - plate of Byzantine design from The Grammar of Ornament the kind of ornamental deco I would expect in the Red Keep

14 c. Mamluk silk textile: ogees with rosettes with the name of the Sultan woven in. Gold on blue

Mamluk silk textile: ogees with rosettes with the name of the Sultan woven…

ВИЗАНТИЯ. Византийские узоры (2) Джонс Оуэн, 1809-1874. Грамматика орнамента (1910)  _  Byzantine patterns : #Swarovski #FW12 inspiration

Byzantine from Owen Jones' 1853 classic, "The Grammar of Ornament".

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