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Détail de tenture de temple de la secte des "adorateurs de Radha", sud de l'Inde, toile peinte et imprimée aux mordants, sud de l'Inde, fin 18ème siècle

Détail de tenture de temple de la secte des "adorateurs de Radha", sud de l'Inde, toile peinte et imprimée aux mordants, sud de l'Inde, fin 18ème siècle

Indian wall mural

Indian wall mural

Née en Chine bien avant la fin du 1er millénaire, puis introduite en Occident à la fin du XIVe siècle, les domaines d'application de la gravure sur bois sont d'une grande variété notamment pour l'impression sur tissu (indiennes)

Née en Chine bien avant la fin du 1er millénaire, puis introduite en Occident à la fin du XIVe siècle, les domaines d'application de la gravure sur bois sont d'une grande variété notamment pour l'impression sur tissu (indiennes)

Indian wall mural painting

Indian wall mural painting

A British reverend’s daughter named Barbara Johnson (1738-1825) kept a meticulous diary of the fabrics she used and details of the garments she made with them. The original diary is now a part of the Victoria & Albert Museum’s collection. It was reproduced in the 1980s and published under the title A Lady of Fashion: Barbara Johnson’s Album of Styles and Fabrics.

A British reverend’s daughter named Barbara Johnson (1738-1825) kept a meticulous diary of the fabrics she used and details of the garments she made with them. The original diary is now a part of the Victoria & Albert Museum’s collection. It was reproduced in the 1980s and published under the title A Lady of Fashion: Barbara Johnson’s Album of Styles and Fabrics.

Temple Complex of Shatrunjaya Tirth A Pichhavai of the Vraj Parikrama Jatra (pilgramage), with Krishna as Shrinathji in the center.  Nathdwara, India 19th C.

Temple Complex of Shatrunjaya Tirth A Pichhavai of the Vraj Parikrama Jatra (pilgramage), with Krishna as Shrinathji in the center. Nathdwara, India 19th C.

Tissu Mariano Fortuny “Glicine”

Tissu Mariano Fortuny “Glicine”

Indian wall mural

Indian wall mural

Swan Hunt, Jin dynasty (1115–1234). China. Plain-weave silk brocaded with metallic thread. Within each teardrop-shaped pattern on this textile is a hunting scene: a small fierce falcon at the top dives for a swan (or wild goose) amid flowers at the bottom. The spring hunt for swans was an annual event for the Mongols, and for the Jin and Liao dynasties before them. Similar imagery of falcons and swans appears on jade ornaments of the Jin and Yuan dynasties.

Swan Hunt, Jin dynasty (1115–1234). China. Plain-weave silk brocaded with metallic thread. Within each teardrop-shaped pattern on this textile is a hunting scene: a small fierce falcon at the top dives for a swan (or wild goose) amid flowers at the bottom. The spring hunt for swans was an annual event for the Mongols, and for the Jin and Liao dynasties before them. Similar imagery of falcons and swans appears on jade ornaments of the Jin and Yuan dynasties.

Indian wall mural

Indian wall mural

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