Fragment, ca. 1760. https://collection.cooperhewitt.org/objects/18667485/
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HAND-PAINTED INDIAN SARASA 手描きインド更紗 ･ ヨーロッパ古渡り
Textile, block printed cotton, 1775-1800, United States
Archery Toile Fabric - Brown printed textile fragment (faded from dark purple) with white ground; scene of people in 18th-century costume (including kilts) practicing archery, driving carriages, and drinking in a field tent - English, used in Lexington, Massachusetts, USA - late 18th century
A panel from a dress of c. 1780's English fine polychrome silk floral embroidery on a light weight cotton ground (mull). The design is beautifully drawn with a botanical sense and carefully embroidered. From ktaylor-lotus.cpm
"Ljungbergs, Design: Authentic historical Collection: Hörle. This pattern is newly printed after a textile in pure linen from the 1780’ies." OUT OF SALE!
Object ID: 18482037 Accession Number: 1973-62-1 Acquired: 1973 Short URL: http://cprhw.tt/o/2CJ4P/ Textile, 1775–1785. Medium: cotton Technique: block printed and painted on plain weave, blue and yellow applied by hand. Gift of Elinor Merrell. 1973-62-1.
Album with textile samples and fashion plates, compiled by Barbara Johnson, England, 1746-1823.