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Collection The Textiles Collection: University for the Creative Arts at Farnham
Date late 18th C
Date Accessioned 1988
Artefact/Item Textile - 2 pieces
Function Furnishing
General Description A formal tulip type flower alternates with a circular flower motif. The ground is ‘sable' i.e. covered with fine dots to outline the main motifs. N.B. White cut out flower motif shows Indian influence. Word stamp probably ‘TOILES PEINTES' which gives an
Cultural Context France - printed in Nantes (see note in Phyliss Barron handwriting)
Id Number Current Accession 8115
Subject Toile Peintes
Measurements Dimensions 19 x 48 centimetres
Material Linen and cotton
Visual Information Floral pattern (half drop repeat), The ground is ‘sable’ i.e. covered with fine dots to outline the main motifs.
Current Ownership University College for the Creative Arts at Farnham
History Of Ownership Barron and Larcher collection
Rights Managed by The Textiles Collection at the University for the Creative Arts at Farnham.
Source Given by Robin and Heather Tanner Chippenham Wilts
Technique Black/brown - iron/tannic Strong red - alum/madder on unbleached, Block print 2 Pairs wooden blocks with metal pins for dots

 

 

 

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