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Piece of painted cotton Indian, probably 18th century

Piece of painted cotton Indian, probably 18th century

Detail of 18th century cribquilt, made of Indian handpainted chintz, Museum Texel

Detail of 18th century cribquilt, made of Indian handpainted chintz, Museum Texel

Chintz (in Dutch: sits) - Detail of 'wentke' (Hindeloopen costume) #Friesland #Hindeloopen

Chintz (in Dutch: sits) - Detail of 'wentke' (Hindeloopen costume) #Friesland #Hindeloopen

Fragment (France), ca. 1770 Medium: linen warp, cotton weft Technique: plain weave foundation. Mordants for the four madder colors, black, lavender and two reds were block-printed. Yellow and blue were painted on by hand. 1973-51-101    Company: Oberkampf & Cie.

Fragment (France), ca. 1770 Medium: linen warp, cotton weft Technique: plain weave foundation. Mordants for the four madder colors, black, lavender and two reds were block-printed. Yellow and blue were painted on by hand. 1973-51-101 Company: Oberkampf & Cie.

Textile from India, circa  1750–1800. Its medium is cotton and its technique is mordants for 2 reds, purple and black applied by pen and brush; madder dyed; blue and yellow added by brush; chintz on plain weave. Its dimensions are Warp x Weft: 60.5 x 33 cm (23 13/16 x 13 in.)Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum.

Textile from India, circa 1750–1800. Its medium is cotton and its technique is mordants for 2 reds, purple and black applied by pen and brush; madder dyed; blue and yellow added by brush; chintz on plain weave. Its dimensions are Warp x Weft: 60.5 x 33 cm (23 13/16 x 13 in.)Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum.

Printed cotton French, 18th century Unfortunately the link no longer works.

Printed cotton French, 18th century Unfortunately the link no longer works.

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