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1,483 Items

Textile fabric artworks Collection: Abstract art

Abstract art Collection
110 Items

Textile fabric artworks Collection: Embroidery

Embroidery Collection
1,094 Items

Textile fabric artworks Collection: Fabric artworks

Fabric artworks Collection
6,798 Items

Textile fabric artworks Collection: Mixed media artwork

Mixed media artwork Collection
28 Items

Textile fabric artworks Collection: Paintings

Paintings Collection
783 Items

Textile fabric artworks Collection: Patchwork

Patchwork Collection
92 Items

Textile fabric artworks Collection: Tapestry

Tapestry Collection
799 Items

Textile fabric artworks Collection: Textile art

Textile art Collection
6,798 Items

Textile fabric artworks Collection: Weaving

Weaving Collection
2,423 Items

Background imageTextile fabric artworks Collection: Buenos Aires map

Buenos Aires map
Antique engraving map of Buenos Aires

Background imageTextile fabric artworks Collection: Southwest, American Indian art & handicrafts. Navajo blanket, beadwork, turquoise necklace

Southwest, American Indian art & handicrafts. Navajo blanket, beadwork, turquoise necklace, silver & turquoise belt buckle, 12-century Anasazi Mimbres bowl. PR

Background imageTextile fabric artworks Collection: Life Cycle of Silk Worm

Life Cycle of Silk Worm
The life cycle of a silk worm & silk culture

Background imageTextile fabric artworks Collection: Llama

Llama (Lama glama). These animals are bred as pack animals and for their hair, which is used in textiles, and meat. They have been domesticated since 5000 BC. Photographed in New Zealand

Background imageTextile fabric artworks Collection: The Attainment; The Vision of the Holy Grail to Sir Galahad, Sir Bors and Sir Percival

The Attainment; The Vision of the Holy Grail to Sir Galahad, Sir Bors and Sir Percival
BIR68247 The Attainment; The Vision of the Holy Grail to Sir Galahad, Sir Bors and Sir Percival, from the series The Quest for the Holy Grail, 1895-96 (wool, silk)

Background imageTextile fabric artworks Collection: Southwest, Indian

Southwest, Indian handicrafts. Jemez pottery, 12-century Anasazi Mimbres bowl, Navajo buckle, Navajo bead work & turquoise necklaces, Acoma seed pot. PR

Background imageTextile fabric artworks Collection: The Tired Gleaner, 1880. Creator: Jules Breton (French, 1827-1906)

The Tired Gleaner, 1880. Creator: Jules Breton (French, 1827-1906)
The Tired Gleaner, 1880. Gleaning--or picking up what little grain remains after a wheat field has been harvested--was usually the job of the poor, especially women and children

Background imageTextile fabric artworks Collection: Tapestry in Saint-Pierre de Solesmes Abbey depicting the life of St

Tapestry in Saint-Pierre de Solesmes Abbey depicting the life of St. Benedict, Solesmes, Sarthe, France, Europe

Background imageTextile fabric artworks Collection: Krishna with Gopis on a Riverbank, 1750-1775. Creator: Unknown

Krishna with Gopis on a Riverbank, 1750-1775. Creator: Unknown
Krishna with Gopis on a Riverbank, 1750-1775. The god Krishna places a water pot on the head of Radha, his beloved. Radha is probably also depicted among the other milkmaids at an earlier moment

Background imageTextile fabric artworks Collection: Along the River During the Qingming Festival, Qing Court Version, hand scroll

Along the River During the Qingming Festival, Qing Court Version, hand scroll
3928698 Along the River During the Qingming Festival, Qing Court Version, hand scroll, 1736 (ink and color on silk) by Chinese School

Background imageTextile fabric artworks Collection: Portrait of Jane Seymour by Holbein, 1536, (1936). Creator: Hans Holbein the Younger

Portrait of Jane Seymour by Holbein, 1536, (1936). Creator: Hans Holbein the Younger
Jane Seymour, 1936. Jane Seymour (c1508- 1537). Queen of England 1536-1537, third wife of King Henry VIII. She died two weeks after birth of a son who would become King Edward VI

Background imageTextile fabric artworks Collection: 30587136

30587136

Background imageTextile fabric artworks Collection: Ecuador, Otavalo. Woven wallhangings displaying scenes of Andean life and culture

Ecuador, Otavalo. Woven wallhangings displaying scenes of Andean life and culture, handmade by weavers of Peguche and sold at Otavalo Market

Background imageTextile fabric artworks Collection: MFA-S-000026-036S

MFA-S-000026-036S

Background imageTextile fabric artworks Collection: Textile panel depicting a bird with anhk-cross dating to 5-7th century AD from Akhmim

Textile panel depicting a bird with anhk-cross dating to 5-7th century AD from Akhmim (Upper Egypt) Birds are a common decoration on Coptic textiles and were associated with the seasons

Background imageTextile fabric artworks Collection: George Cleaver who is trying to develop 177 acres of raw land, Malheur County, Oregon, 1939

George Cleaver who is trying to develop 177 acres of raw land, Malheur County, Oregon, 1939. Creator: Dorothea Lange
George Cleaver who is trying to develop 177 acres of raw land. He has five sons. Malheur County, Oregon

Background imageTextile fabric artworks Collection: Vintage textured roses in basket

Vintage textured roses in basket
Creamy white and red-edged roses in a basket with a Valentine Day theme

Background imageTextile fabric artworks Collection: Cork swimming suit patent, 1882 C024 / 3602

Cork swimming suit patent, 1882 C024 / 3602
Cork swimming suit patent, 1882. Artwork of a device designed by Paschal Plant. This clothing item consisted of mesh or netted fabric with cork applied to the surface

Background imageTextile fabric artworks Collection: Carpet beetle larva, SEM

Carpet beetle larva, SEM
Carpet beetle larva. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of a carpet beetle (Anthrenus sp.) larva amongst the fibres of a wool carpet

Background imageTextile fabric artworks Collection: HOUS2A-00150

HOUS2A-00150
Quilting party in western Virginia, 1850s. Hand-colored woodcut of a 19th-century illustration

Background imageTextile fabric artworks Collection: A Coming Event, 1886 (oil on canvas)

A Coming Event, 1886 (oil on canvas)
704541 A Coming Event, 1886 (oil on canvas) by Hayllar, Jessica (1858-1940); 57.1x47 cm; Private Collection; Photo © Christies Images

Background imageTextile fabric artworks Collection: Le Meunier, Son Fils, et l'Ane (The Miller, His Son, and the Ass) (Furnishing Fabric), France, 1806

Le Meunier, Son Fils, et l'Ane (The Miller, His Son, and the Ass) (Furnishing Fabric), France, 1806
Le Meunier, Son Fils, et l'Ane (The Miller, His Son, and the Ass) (Furnishing Fabric), France, 1806. Designed by Jean Baptiste Huet after Jean Baptiste Oudry, manufactured by Oberkampf Manufactory

Background imageTextile fabric artworks Collection: Fish in a Whirlpool, ca. 1887. Creator: Kawanabe Kyosai

Fish in a Whirlpool, ca. 1887. Creator: Kawanabe Kyosai
Fish in a Whirlpool, ca. 1887

Background imageTextile fabric artworks Collection: Tapestry of Creation. 1st half 12th c. Central detail

Tapestry of Creation. 1st half 12th c. Central detail. Creation of the heaven, earth and animal and vegetal life. Romanesque art. Tapestry. SPAIN. CATALONIA. Gerona

Background imageTextile fabric artworks Collection: Tapestry in Saint-Pierre de Solesmes Abbey depicting the life of St

Tapestry in Saint-Pierre de Solesmes Abbey depicting the life of St. Benedict, Solesmes, Sarthe, France, Europe

Background imageTextile fabric artworks Collection: Tapestry in Saint-Pierre de Solesmes Abbey depicting the life of St

Tapestry in Saint-Pierre de Solesmes Abbey depicting the life of St. Benedict, Solesmes, Sarthe, France, Europe

Background imageTextile fabric artworks Collection: Africa, Gambia. Capital city of Banjul. Local batik workshop, elephant textile

Africa, Gambia. Capital city of Banjul. Local batik workshop, elephant textile

Background imageTextile fabric artworks Collection: Men are seen wearing the gho, the tradional and national dress for men in Bhutan

Men are seen wearing the gho, the tradional and national dress for men in Bhutan, as they gathered along a hill to see King Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck

Background imageTextile fabric artworks Collection: 8937699

8937699

Background imageTextile fabric artworks Collection: 8937166

8937166

Background imageTextile fabric artworks Collection: A Market in Burma (Myanmar), 1909 (colour litho)

A Market in Burma (Myanmar), 1909 (colour litho)
473641 A Market in Burma (Myanmar), 1909 (colour litho) by European School, (20th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: from a series of illustrations of life in Burma (Myanmar)

Background imageTextile fabric artworks Collection: 7336306

7336306

Background imageTextile fabric artworks Collection: 8925054

8925054

Background imageTextile fabric artworks Collection: 8937177

8937177

Background imageTextile fabric artworks Collection: 8936595

8936595

Background imageTextile fabric artworks Collection: 8937632

8937632

Background imageTextile fabric artworks Collection: 8936692

8936692

Background imageTextile fabric artworks Collection: Still Life with Fruit Pie and various Objects, 1634. Creator: Willem Claesz. Heda

Still Life with Fruit Pie and various Objects, 1634. Creator: Willem Claesz. Heda
Still Life with Fruit Pie and various Objects, 1634

Background imageTextile fabric artworks Collection: Bottle, Carafe, Jug and Lemons, 1902. Creator: Paul Cezanne

Bottle, Carafe, Jug and Lemons, 1902. Creator: Paul Cezanne
Bottle, Carafe, Jug and Lemons, 1902



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