Italian Renaissance Fabrics 15th century

Italian renaissance fabrics. 15th century fabrics design at Louvre. According to Jean de Fisole. Middle ages textil.

Italian Fabric 15th century

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. Tissu a quatre tons. D’après Fra Angelico.

We show above an ornamented tissue borrowed from a picture of the Louvre by Fra Angelico. Is the composition due to the master or copied from an actual stuff, we care not know, as it is remarkable and its execution easy.

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