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Textile, Wonda ya chi, Zomo ya chi gudu (Whoever catches a hare has to run for it), mid-20th century

Textile, Wonda ya chi, Zomo ya chi gudu (Whoever catches a hare has to run for it), century

Textile by Josef Hillerbrand, manufactured by Deutsche Werkstätten GmbH, 1926.

Designed by Josef Hillerbrand for Deutsche Werkstatten. Germany, Gift of Teresa Kilham,

MELILLA Manufacturer: Fortuny Medium: Cotton Dimensions: L. 12, W. 9 inches (30.5 x 22.9 cm.) Classification: Textiles-Printed Accession Number: 1976.69.5

MELILLA Manufacturer: Fortuny (Italian, founded Medium: Cotton Dimensions: L. 9 inches x cm.) Classification: Textiles-Printed Credit Line: Gift of Countess Elsie Lee Gozzi, President and Owner of Fortuny, Inc.

Charles Burchfield

Stylized floral bouquets set within a green diamond trellis pattern. Printed in red, blue, yellow, pink and green on mottled tan background.

Window shades made in China and hand painted on a patterned silk; mid-19th century Cooper-Hewitt Museum

Window Shade for the Well Dressed Parlor cooperhewitt: “ I recently had the pleasure of photographing two rather large window shades that had never really been viewed before, due to their large size.

Electronic Swatchbook 2.0

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Manufacturer's Sample, Leaves, 1948

Leaf design in red, grey, and purple on an off-white background.

Op art design of blue stars, dots, prisms, and geometric shapes on a metallic silver ground.

Vintage Cooper Hewitt Wallpaper via Suzanne Lipschutz

Savannah Grass, a printed silk textile by Vera Neumann, 1956.

On a gray ground, a pattern of white dandelions and other wild plants in yellow and dark green, with shadow effect.


Waverly Lace It Up Aquarium

Waverly Lace It Up Aquarium from Screen printed on cotton slub duck (has the appearance of linen) this medium/heavy weight fabric is very versatile. This fabric is perfect for window treatments (draperies, curtains, valances, and swags), be

1955-85- Matt Flynn 026

Jack Lenor Larsen is known for being one of the most prolific textile craftsmen of the later twentieth century, creating a unique range of both woven and