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Toiles de Jouy: French Printed Cottons 1760-1830 by Sarah Grant
Originally referring only to the famed fabrics of Jouy-en-Josas, 'toiles de Jouy' has today become the catch-all term for the delightful printed co...
Toile de Jouy: Printed Textiles in the Classic French Style
In 1760, the Manufacture Royale de Jouy was founded in Jouy-en-Josas, near Paris, to produce printed cotton fabrics on French soil that could compe...
Russian Textiles. Printed Cloth for the Bazaars of Central Asia
"Russian Textiles" showcases the gorgeous cotton textiles that were created and manufactured in Russia and exported to Central Asia from 1850 to 19...
Printed Textiles: British and American Cottons and Linens 1700-1850
The Winterthur Museum’s richly illustrated history of British and American fabrics made or used from 1700–1850 is a visual reference for design...
National Standard Theatre - Re-Open at Easter, Monday, April 22, 1889
National Standard Theatre - Re-Open at Easter, Monday, April 22, 1889 [Silk Printing] Theatre Printer James Upton 4pp, theatre advert for th...
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