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Chimney Sweepers on May Day Featured Red Knot Print

Chimney Sweepers on May Day

May Day celebrations of the chimney sweeps. The text with the picture gives some interesting information about Jack in the Green and the Lord and Lady: "their garland is a large cone of holly and ivy framed upon hoops, which gradually diminishes in size to an apex, whereon is sometimes a floral crown, knots of ribbons, or bunches of flowers; its sides are decorated in like manner; and within it is a man who walks wholly unseen, and hence the garland has the semblance of a moving hillock of evergreens...their lord and lady are magnificent indeed; the lord is always the tallest of the party...he wears a huge cocked hat, fringed with yellow or red feathers, or laced with gold paper...his waistcoat is embroidered...his shoes are dancing pumps with large tawdry buckles; his hair is powdered...his lady is sometimes a strapping girl, though usually a boy in female attire." Date: 1826

© Mary Evans Picture Library

Butterflies, chromolithograph, published in 1897 Featured Red Knot Print

Butterflies, chromolithograph, published in 1897

Butterflies, left: Pine looper moth (Bupalus piniaria, or Fidonia piniaria) with caterpillar; Western larch case-bearer (Coleophora laricella) with eaten needle points of a larch; Evergestis extimalis (or Botys margaritalis) with caterpillar; Pine shoot moth (Rhyacionia buoliana, or Tortrix bouoliana) with caterpillar and pupa in a cutted twig; Pine resin-gall moth (Retinia resinella, orTortrix resinella) with bile and pupae capsule; Middle: White-spotted pinion (Cosmia diffinis); Pine beauty (Panolis flammea, or Trachea piniperda) with caterpillar; Mottled umber (Erannis defoliaria, or Hibernia defoliaria), male (1), female (2), caterpillar (3); Dotted border (Agriopis marginaria, or Hibernia aurantiaria), male (4), female (5); Winter moth (Operophtera brumata, or Laurentia brumata), male (6), female (7), caterpillar (8); Apple ermine (Yponomeuta malinellus, or Hyponomeuta malinella) cocoon with caterpillar and moth. Right: Peppered moth (Biston betularia, or Amphidasys betularia); Pupa and caterpillar of the Peppered moth; Rustic shoulder-knot (Apamea sordens, or Hadena basilinea) and caterpillar; Red underwing (Catocala nupta) and caterpillar. Chromolithograph, published in 1897

Classical Turkish Carpet with the Lotto Pattern, 1600-1650. Creator: Unknown Featured Red Knot Print

Classical Turkish Carpet with the Lotto Pattern, 1600-1650. Creator: Unknown

Classical Turkish Carpet with the Lotto Pattern, 1600-1650. Lotto carpets can be recognized by their consistent colour combinations and striking design, traceable to sources in Central Asia. In the central field, stylized yellow leaf patterns stand out against a red ground. The border is filled with cartouches on a dark blue background, and a simplified vine meanders along the outermost edge. These vegetal patterns evoke paradise in Islamic contexts. Made primarily for export in the western Turkish center of Ushak between the 1400s and 1600s, Lotto carpets were named after the Venetian painter Lorenzo Lotto (1480-1556). He amply documented in oil paintings the way Europeans displayed this type of Turkish carpet as a sign of wealth and prestige. To preserve them, Europeans displayed Lotto carpets on tables, though they were made for use on the floor

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