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Circulating South Asian textiles - Victoria and Albert Museum

Circulating South Asian textiles - Victoria and Albert Museum

Indian wallpaper sample by William Morris, ca. 1868-1870. l Victoria and Albert Museum

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Indian wallpaper sample by William Morris, ca. 1868-1870. l Victoria and Albert Museum

Ceremonial cloth wowen silk and gold wrapped thread made for the Thai market, 19th century © Victoria and Albert Museum

Ceremonial cloth wowen silk and gold wrapped thread made for the Thai market, 19th century © Victoria and Albert Museum

Sari, double ikat patola, silk, Gujarat, India, 19th century

Sari, Double Ikat, India

Yongon Myanmar Burma Skyline Art Print -  World Traveler Series Pop Art Skyline Poster  Sule Pagoda  - Available in 56 Colors - MM025

Yongon Myanmar Burma Skyline Art Print - World Traveler Series Pop Art Skyline Poster Sule Pagoda - Available in 56 Colors - MM025

Owen Jones, Grammar of Ornament, Indian no. 4, Plate LII, 1865. National Art Library, Ref No. ND.91-0040 (Vol II)

Owen Jones, Grammar of Ornament, Indian no. 4, Plate LII, 1865. National Art Library, Ref No. ND.91-0040 (Vol II)

southeast asian textile design - Google Search

southeast asian textile design - Google Search

Detail from a painted textile depicting celestial muscians. Gujarat. 1500-1700  Black printed plain weave cottong. Mordant and resist dyed. Met Museum.   The maidens wear long sleeves and clothing is reminiscient of the Mughul period rather than earlier Jain art.

Detail from a painted textile depicting celestial muscians. Gujarat. 1500-1700 Black printed plain weave cottong. Mordant and resist dyed. Met Museum. The maidens wear long sleeves and clothing is reminiscient of the Mughul period rather than earlier Jain art.

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