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Background imageTextile art Collection: Bayeux Tapestry. 1066-1077. Battle of Hastings

Bayeux Tapestry. 1066-1077. Battle of Hastings (1066). Detail. Romanesque art. Tapestry. FRANCE. Bayeux. Archaeological Museum

Background imageTextile art Collection: Bayeux Tapestry. 1066-1077. Scene of the Battle

Bayeux Tapestry. 1066-1077. Scene of the Battle of Hastings. Detail of the battle between the soldiers of William I of England and the Anglo-Saxons. Romanesque art. Decorative Arts; Tapestry. FRANCE

Background imageTextile art Collection: Bathing, (oil on canvas)

Bathing, (oil on canvas)
989873 Bathing, (oil on canvas) by Irolli, Vicenzo (1860-1945); 137.8x105.4 cm; Private Collection; (add.info.: Bathing. Vincenzo Irolli (1860-1942). Oil on canvas

Background imageTextile art Collection: A Street Scene in Cairo, by Charles Robertson

A Street Scene in Cairo, by Charles Robertson (1844-1891)

Background imageTextile art Collection: Costa Rican art, Costa Rica, Central America

Costa Rican art, Costa Rica, Central America

Background imageTextile art Collection: Fabric design, Art Gout Beaute, 1924

Fabric design, Art Gout Beaute, 1924
Fabric design for Moroccan crepe in a multicoloured, Middle Eastern style, Art Gout Beaute, 1924. 1924

Background imageTextile art Collection: Ghana, Ashanti Region, Kumasi

Ghana, Ashanti Region, Kumasi. Kente cloth, the traditional fine textile used for robes in Ghana

Background imageTextile art Collection: How Navajo Indian Rugs are made - USA

How Navajo Indian Rugs are made - USA Date: circa 1930s

Background imageTextile art Collection: Bayeux Tapestry. 1066-1077. Making a boat. Romanesque

Bayeux Tapestry. 1066-1077. Making a boat. Romanesque art. Tapestry. FRANCE. Bayeux. Archaeological Museum

Background imageTextile art Collection: Dressing Shetland Shawls

Dressing Shetland Shawls
Women from the Shetland Islands dress Shetland wool shawls on large racks Date: 1908

Background imageTextile art Collection: Detail of Nez Perce beadwork of cradle board, Olympia State Capitol Museum

Detail of Nez Perce beadwork of cradle board, Olympia State Capitol Museum, Washingon state, United States of America, North America

Background imageTextile art Collection: Harold steers ship across channel, a scene from the Bayeux Tapestry, Bayeux

Harold steers ship across channel, a scene from the Bayeux Tapestry, Bayeux, Normandy, France, Europe

Background imageTextile art Collection: Diagram of a Jacquard loom, 1838-1845. Creator: Unknown

Diagram of a Jacquard loom, 1838-1845. Creator: Unknown
Diagram of a Jacquard loom, 1838-1845. French text: Explication de la mecanique a la Jacquard. Bascule ou levier aux fourchettes des quelles est enfilee une chaine fixee elle meme a la caisse de la

Background imageTextile art 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 art Collection: Costumes de Différents Pays, Pr. Ministre des Ydoles de Congo, c1797

Costumes de Différents Pays, Pr. Ministre des Ydoles de Congo, c1797. Creators: Jacques Grasset de Saint-Sauveur
Costumes de Differents Pays, Pr. Ministre des Ydoles de Congo, c1797

Background imageTextile art 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 art Collection: The Strawberry Thief, 1883. Artist: William Morris

The Strawberry Thief, 1883. Artist: William Morris
The Strawberry Thief, 1883. Disilllusioned by Victorian mass-produced items, in 1861 William Morris (1834-1896) and friends founded Morris, Marshall, Faulkner & Company to design and make furniture

Background imageTextile art Collection: Lace makers of Bruges (chromolitho)

Lace makers of Bruges (chromolitho)
2788812 Lace makers of Bruges (chromolitho) by European School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Lace makers of Bruges. Liebig card, published in late 19th or early 20th century)

Background imageTextile art Collection: Repeating Pattern - Heath Robinson Motorcars

Repeating Pattern - Heath Robinson Motorcars
Repeating Pattern - Wiliam Heath Robinson illustrations from How to be a Motorist - pale yellow background. *PLEASE NOTE that the magifying glass is solely to show the detail of the repeating pattern

Background imageTextile art Collection: Illustration of a woman weaving a rug on a loom

Illustration of a woman weaving a rug on a loom

Background imageTextile art 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 art Collection: Africa, Ghana, Volta Region. Kente cloths for sale in the Kente weavers village

Africa, Ghana, Volta Region. Kente cloths for sale in the Kente weavers village

Background imageTextile art Collection: Repeating Pattern - Art Deco Woman

Repeating Pattern - Art Deco Woman - black background. *PLEASE NOTE that the magifying glass is solely to show the detail of the repeating pattern and will not feature on the final file.*

Background imageTextile art Collection: Repeating Pattern - Art Deco Women

Repeating Pattern - Art Deco Women - dark blue background. *PLEASE NOTE that the magifying glass is solely to show the detail of the repeating pattern and will not feature on the final file.*

Background imageTextile art Collection: Repeating Pattern - Tea Cups

Repeating Pattern - Tea Cups. *PLEASE NOTE that the magnifying glass is solely to show the detail of the repeating pattern and will not feature on the final file.*

Background imageTextile art Collection: Paolo and Francesca da Rimini, 1863 (oil on canvas)

Paolo and Francesca da Rimini, 1863 (oil on canvas)
989657 Paolo and Francesca da Rimini, 1863 (oil on canvas) by Dore, Gustave (1832-83); 280.6x193.6 cm; Private Collection; (add.info.: Paolo and Francesca da Rimini. Gustave Dore (1832-1883)

Background imageTextile art Collection: Dye House at Konya-cho, Kanda, 1857. 1857. Creator: Ando Hiroshige

Dye House at Konya-cho, Kanda, 1857. 1857. Creator: Ando Hiroshige
Dye House at Konya-cho, Kanda, 1857

Background imageTextile art Collection: Repeating Pattern - Skeletons

Repeating Pattern - Skeletons (white background). *PLEASE NOTE that the magnifying glass is solely to show the detail of the repeating pattern and will not feature on the final file.*

Background imageTextile art Collection: Advertisement for Sanderson Fabrics

Advertisement for Sanderson Fabrics -- sun-resisting and washproof. Also mentioning the Sanderson range of wallpapers. Showing two fabric designs arranged in the shape of a large flower

Background imageTextile art Collection: Saint Mary Magdalene penitent, 1625-27 (oil on canvas)

Saint Mary Magdalene penitent, 1625-27 (oil on canvas)
7062918 Saint Mary Magdalene penitent, 1625-27 (oil on canvas) by Cagnacci, Guido (1601-63); Palazzo Corsini, Gallerie Nazionali Barberini Corsini, Rome

Background imageTextile art 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 art Collection: A Chinese Tea Party (Furnishing Fabric), Manchester, c. 1854

A Chinese Tea Party (Furnishing Fabric), Manchester, c. 1854. Chinese-inspired design. Manufactured by Daniel Lee & Co

Background imageTextile art Collection: Bucks of America flag, c. 1787

Bucks of America flag, c. 1787
MHS175761 Bucks of America flag, c.1787 by American School, (18th century); 91.5x122 cm; Massachusetts Historical Society, Boston, MA

Background imageTextile art Collection: Cotton Printing at Merton Abbey Works, c1884. Creator: Unknown

Cotton Printing at Merton Abbey Works, c1884. Creator: Unknown
Cotton Printing at Merton Abbey Works, c1884. Workers hand-printing cotton fabric with woodblocks at Merton Abbey Mills in south London

Background imageTextile art Collection: Hammersmith Carpet Weaving at Merton Abbey Works, . Creator: Unknown

Hammersmith Carpet Weaving at Merton Abbey Works, . Creator: Unknown
Hammersmith Carpet Weaving at Merton Abbey Works, late 19th century. Female weaver at a loom at Merton Abbey Mills in south London

Background imageTextile art Collection: Picture No. 11768763

Picture No. 11768763
Retro Floral Collage with blue background Date

Background imageTextile art Collection: Latin America, Guatemala, Western Highlands, Santiago de Atitlan, Souvenir Textiles

Latin America, Guatemala, Western Highlands, Santiago de Atitlan, Souvenir Textiles
Handmade textiles, Santiago De Atitlan, Western Highlands, Guatemala, Latin America

Background imageTextile art Collection: Tapestry of Creation. 1st half 12th c. Romanesque

Tapestry of Creation. 1st half 12th c. Romanesque

Background imageTextile art Collection: Africa, Gambia. Capital city of Banjul. Local batik workshop. Hanging hand made textiles

Africa, Gambia. Capital city of Banjul. Local batik workshop. Hanging hand made textiles

Background imageTextile art Collection: View of several bags of coloured dye powder

View of several bags of coloured dye powder
Dye. View of several bags of coloured dye powder. This powder can be mixed with water or oils and used to colour fabrics and textiles. Photographed in Nepal

Background imageTextile art Collection: Carpets hanging outside shop in the medina, Essaouira, Morocco, North Africa, Africa

Carpets hanging outside shop in the medina, Essaouira, Morocco, North Africa, Africa

Background imageTextile art Collection: Dragon tapestry, Bangkok, Thailand, Southeast Asia, Asia

Dragon tapestry, Bangkok, Thailand, Southeast Asia, Asia

Background imageTextile art Collection: Cloth print depicting the sacred Buddha tooth relic in the Perahera in Kandy

Cloth print depicting the sacred Buddha tooth relic in the Perahera in Kandy, Sri Lanka, Asia

Background imageTextile art Collection: SEM of a hooks and loops fastener

SEM of a hooks and loops fastener
Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM)of a hooks and loops fastener. It is a two-sheet material that is used as a reversible fastener on clothing and fabrics

Background imageTextile art 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 art Collection: Fabric depicting a simurgh in a beaded surround, from Constantinople (silk) (detail)

Fabric depicting a simurgh in a beaded surround, from Constantinople (silk) (detail)
XIR309765 Fabric depicting a simurgh in a beaded surround, from Constantinople (silk) (detail) by Byzantine School, (9th century); Musee des Arts Decoratifs, Paris

Background imageTextile art Collection: Coptic Art: Hanging with Harvest Love (4th century AD), Paris, Musee Du Louvre

Coptic Art: Hanging with Harvest Love (4th century AD), Paris, Musee Du Louvre
JLJ4601722 Coptic Art: Hanging with Harvest Love (4th century AD), Paris, Musee Du Louvre by Coptic (4th Century); Louvre, Paris

Background imageTextile art Collection: Hatsune no Baba; Bakurocho, ca. 1857. ca. 1857. Creator: Ando Hiroshige

Hatsune no Baba; Bakurocho, ca. 1857. ca. 1857. Creator: Ando Hiroshige
Hatsune no Baba; Bakurocho, ca. 1857



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