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Piece | possibly Italian | The Met

Piece | possibly Italian | The Met

Piece | possibly Italian | The Met

Piece | possibly Italian | The Met

Embroidery panel (probably intended to be a firescreen) designed by May Morris, 1890s. As head of the Embroidery section at Morris & Co, May worked with a team of embroiderers. One of its most skilled embroiderers, she designed pieces like this, and designed and embroidered large, elaborate special commissions | Cheltenham Art Gallery & Museum

Embroidery panel (probably intended to be a firescreen) designed by May Morris, 1890s. As head of the Embroidery section at Morris & Co, May worked with a team of embroiderers. One of its most skilled embroiderers, she designed pieces like this, and designed and embroidered large, elaborate special commissions | Cheltenham Art Gallery & Museum

MATIN LUMINEUX: Broderie

MATIN LUMINEUX: Broderie

style court: Flower Show. Embroidered mid-18th-century Coromandel Coast palampore. Cotton with silk thread. MFA, Boston. On loan to The Met.

style court: Flower Show. Embroidered mid-18th-century Coromandel Coast palampore. Cotton with silk thread. MFA, Boston. On loan to The Met.

margadirube: “ heaveninawildflower: Portion of a tunic embroidered with silk and silver-gilt threads. Elizabethan. English embroidery by A. F. Kendrick. ”

margadirube: “ heaveninawildflower: Portion of a tunic embroidered with silk and silver-gilt threads. Elizabethan. English embroidery by A. F. Kendrick. ”

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