russian textiles

Turn of the century vintage russian floral print textile with elements of Art Nouveau. The colors are absolutely stunning!

lisa matthias combined several techniques to create this amazing fabric: stencil, batik, applique and plangi. (from the dyer's art: ikat, batik and plangi by jack lenor larsen, 1976)

Fabric dyed using a variety of resist techniques. "lisa matthias combined several techniques to create this amazing fabric: stencil, batik, applique and plangi. (from the dyer's art: ikat, batik and plangi by jack lenor larsen,

SUNO Prints, Patterns, and Textiles. This reminds me of a ceiling in one of the…

william morris

Embroidered wall hanging 'The Owl' worked in silks on a background of silk damask, designed by John Henry Dearle, ca. and embroidered by Mrs Battye, ca. made by Morris & Co.

French block printed cotton, 1796

* Textile France Oberkampf ca. other colors applied by brush; plain weave foundation Exotic flowering plants in bright colors scattered on a white background.

Wallpaper, 1905–13. Block-printed on paper. Made by Zuber et Cie. France

Reminds me of the wallpaper my grandparents had in their bathroom. indigodreams: i-love-art: Wallpaper, Block-printed on paper. Made by Zuber & Cie. Via Cooper-Hewitt.

BATIK of Javanese [Indonesian] origin

BATIK of Javanese [Indonesian] origin is melted wax applied to cotton cloth. In Yogyakarta , I watched fascinated as tradition.

Ikat from East Sumba, IndonesiaHinggi kawuru (pahudur). 'Blue Sumba' (handspun). Named not after largest motif, but after most important: andung (skull tree). Large naga (dragons), ayam (cocks), buaya (crocodiles). Pagi-sore: top and bottom different.

Cotton ikat hinggi (blanket) from East Sumba, Sumba, Indonesia, ca.

detail from kain panjang - Cirebon style - Indonesia, 20th century from the Textile Museum, Washington, DC

Mega Mendung - Cirebon style - Indonesia, century from the Textile Museum, Washington, DC

Pinterest
Search