French silk fabric design 17th century XVII Century. French factory. Silk cloth decorated with silver. XVII Siècle. Fabrique Française. Étoffe de soie rehaussée d’argent. XVII
France 15th century fabric wall hanging This hanging produces such a decorative effect that one would like to see a grand hall of the XVth century thus hang and decorated.… Read More
Italian Renaissance Fabrics 15th century. XV Century. Italian school. Two tone fabric. In the Louvre. According to John Fisole (Fra Angelico). XV Siècle. École Italienne. Grandeur d’execution. Au museum du Louvre.… Read More
Italian Fabric design 15th century. After Fra Angelico 1395–1455. Early Renaissance period. Italian school. Fabric with four tones. At the Louvre museum. Size of the execution. After a submission by Fra Angelico. XV… Read More
Spanish brocade fabric 16th Century. Renaissance period. After the original in the Royal Museum of Vienna. Drawn by Paul Wahn, Vienna 1896.
Japan fabric design, Flying geese. 19th century. Japanese Art – Fabrics. The Orginal size. Fabric design: Flying geese in wild wet weather. Art Japonais moderne – Tissus. Grandeur de L’Orginal.… Read More
Japanese woven fabric with two tones, 19th century. Art Japonais moderne – Tissus Étoffe a deux tons.
Two tone fabric design 18th century. French factory. Size of the original. Rococo period. XVIII Siècle. Fabrique Française. Grandeur de l’original. Tissu a deux tons.
Textile design, fabric Louis XIV epoch 17th century. Textile of hangings from the alcove of princess of Rohan-Soubise (Anne de Rohan-Chabot 1648-1709, Mistress at the court of the Bourbon Louis XIV),… Read More
TO judge from the most ancient representation that we possess, the Egyptians of the Old Kingdom (c. 3000 B.C.) wore a loincloth made of woven material.