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Background imageTapestry Collection: Bayeux Tapestry. 1066-1077. Scene of the Battle

Bayeux Tapestry. 1066-1077. Scene of the Battle of Hastings. Detail of the battle between the soldiers of William I of England and the Anglo-Saxons. Romanesque art. Decorative Arts; Tapestry. FRANCE

Background imageTapestry Collection: Bayeux Tapestry. 1066-1077. Battle of Hastings

Bayeux Tapestry. 1066-1077. Battle of Hastings (1066). Detail. Romanesque art. Tapestry. FRANCE. Bayeux. Archaeological Museum

Background imageTapestry Collection: Tapestry of Bayeux. The complete tapestry depicts

Tapestry of Bayeux. The complete tapestry depicts the Norman invansion of England. Knights of King Edward III (upper part) and naves of Harold II (down). Detail. Fresco. FRANCE. Bayeux

Background imageTapestry Collection: Bayeux Tapestry. 1066-1077. Making a boat. Romanesque

Bayeux Tapestry. 1066-1077. Making a boat. Romanesque art. Tapestry. FRANCE. Bayeux. Archaeological Museum

Background imageTapestry Collection: Bayeux Tapestry (1 of 8)

Bayeux Tapestry (1 of 8)
A black and white depiction of the Bayeux Tapestry. In this section, Harold Godwinson meets with King Edward the Confessor and sails to France

Background imageTapestry Collection: Bayeux Tapestry

Bayeux Tapestry. Tapestry divided in scenes depicting the conquest of England by the Normands (1066). Detail with the English

Background imageTapestry Collection: Margaret of Anjou / Shaw

Margaret of Anjou / Shaw
MARGARET OF ANJOU queen of Henry VI, daughter of Rene d Anjou, - with her court from a tapestry in St Marys Hall, Coventry

Background imageTapestry Collection: The parable of the laborers in the vineyard

The parable of the laborers in the vineyard: The payment of the denarius. ca. 1500. Second Series cloth. Manufacturing in Brussels, possibly in the workshops of Pieter van Aelst

Background imageTapestry Collection: Advert, Guthrie & Wells, Stained Glass Windows, Glasgow

Advert, Guthrie & Wells, Stained Glass Windows, Glasgow
Advert for J & W Guthrie & Andrew Wells, Stained Glass Windows and Mosaics, West George Street, Glasgow, Scotland. 1905

Background imageTapestry Collection: Romanesque Art. 11th century. Tapestry of Creation or Girona

Romanesque Art. 11th century. Tapestry of Creation or Girona Tapestry. Creation of birds and fish. Museum of the Cathedral of Girona. Catalonia. Spain

Background imageTapestry Collection: Tapestry of Creation. 1st half 12th c. Romanesque

Tapestry of Creation. 1st half 12th c. Romanesque

Background imageTapestry Collection: GIRLS FASHIONS 1847

GIRLS FASHIONS 1847
Grey dress: corsage a caraco made to resemble a jacket & skirt. Blue dress trimmed with black rosettes: pointed waist, skirt pinned up to reveal an underskirt

Background imageTapestry Collection: Carpet tapestry and Runic inscriptions of the Vikings

Carpet tapestry and Runic inscriptions of the Vikings. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by P. Giarre from Giulio Ferrarios Costumes Ancient and Modern of the Peoples of the World, Florence, 1847

Background imageTapestry Collection: Tapestry of Creation. 1st half 12th c. Central detail

Tapestry of Creation. 1st half 12th c. Central detail. Creation of the heaven, earth and animal and vegetal life. Romanesque art. Tapestry. SPAIN. CATALONIA. Gerona

Background imageTapestry Collection: New Worshiping of the Beast. Apocalypse of Angers

New Worshiping of the Beast. Apocalypse of Angers
BATAILLE, Nicolas (14th c.). New Worshiping of the Beast. 1372 - 1382. Second Scene of the tapestry number 4 of the series Apocalypse of Angers commissioned by Louis I, Duke of Anjou

Background imageTapestry Collection: BATAILLE, Nicolas. Apocalypse of Angers

BATAILLE, Nicolas. Apocalypse of Angers
BATAILLE, Nicolas (14th c.). he Beast out of the Earth Making Fire Come Down from Heaven. 1375 - 1382. Third Scene of the tapestry number 4 of the series Apocalypse of Angers commissioned by Louis I

Background imageTapestry Collection: Cyclamen persicum plant as motif in designs

Cyclamen persicum plant as motif in designs for tapestry, fabric and wallpaper.. Lithograph by Anna Martin with pochoir (stencil)

Background imageTapestry Collection: GOYA Y LUCIENTES, Francisco de (1746-1828). The

GOYA Y LUCIENTES, Francisco de (1746-1828). The Parasol. 1777. Was painted as a cartoon for a tapestry that would decorated the dinning room of the Palace of El Pardo. Oil on canvas. SPAIN. Madrid

Background imageTapestry Collection: Serbian Shepherds

Serbian Shepherds
RAINMAKING, SERBIA In times of drought, young Dodoles go from village to village in costumes garnished with foliage, dancing while the peasants water the ground

Background imageTapestry Collection: Gobelins Tapestries

Gobelins Tapestries
Weaving tapestry at the Gobelins works, on the outskirts of Paris

Background imageTapestry Collection: Tapestry panel

Tapestry panel
Flemish verdure tapestry panel depicting a woodland scene with birds, foliage, two castles, a bridge and a stream. It was probably woven in Oudenarde in c.1640

Background imageTapestry Collection: Advert for Patons and Baldwin's tapestry wools, with a lady admiring her work Date: 1920s

Advert for Patons and Baldwin's tapestry wools, with a lady admiring her work Date: 1920s

Background imageTapestry Collection: Model wearing a knitted bathing costume with HS monogram, carrying a beach bag worked in tapestry

Model wearing a knitted bathing costume with HS monogram, carrying a beach bag worked in tapestry wools. Date: 1935

Background imageTapestry Collection: King's Room, Chateau de Chambord, Loire Valley, France

King's Room, Chateau de Chambord, Loire Valley, France
King's Room, 16th century, used for meals and audiences by Francois I, in the Chateau de Chambord, designed by Domenico da Cortona

Background imageTapestry Collection: Embellishment of Platerias Street, Charles III enters Madrid

Embellishment of Platerias Street, Charles III enters Madrid
Attributed to Lorenzo de Quiros (1717-1789). Spanish painter. Embellishment of the Platerias Street (Main Street) on the occasion of the entry of Charles III in Madrid, circa 1760. Detail

Background imageTapestry Collection: Embellishment of Plaza Mayor, Charles III enters Madrid

Embellishment of Plaza Mayor, Charles III enters Madrid
Embellishment of the Puerta del Sol on the occasion of the entry into Madrid of Charles III, circa 1760. Attributed to Lorenzo de Quiros (1717-1789). History Museum. Madrid. Spain

Background imageTapestry Collection: Poster, 15th International Art Exhibition, Venice, Italy

Poster, 15th International Art Exhibition, Venice, Italy, April to October 1926 Date: 1926

Background imageTapestry Collection: Angeli Laudantes Tapestry

Angeli Laudantes Tapestry
A tapestry woven for Eton College Chapel in 1905, from a Burne-Jones design in 1894, depicting two angels playing their harps, standing amongst flowers

Background imageTapestry Collection: Woodpecker Tapestry

Woodpecker Tapestry
A tapestry designed by William Morris, inspired by a story from Roman poet Ovid's Metamorphoses, in which a sorceress transforms King Picus into a woodpecker, having refused to become here lover

Background imageTapestry Collection: Merton Abbey Tapestry Looms

Merton Abbey Tapestry Looms
A photograph showing women working at the tapestry looms of Merton Abbey, William Morris, being a fervent believer in socialism, paid his workers here more than average

Background imageTapestry Collection: Kelmscott Manor, Morris Bed

Kelmscott Manor, Morris Bed
A photograph which shows the bed of Pre-Raphaelite craftsman, William Morris, located at his country home of Kelmscott Manor, Oxfordshire

Background imageTapestry Collection: Frank partridge Advertisement

Frank partridge Advertisement
An illustrated advertisement for Frank Partridge, promoting a choice selection of old English furniture, including a couple of mahogany pole screens with banners in fine petit point needlework

Background imageTapestry Collection: Harrods Advertisement

Harrods Advertisement
An illustrated advertisement for Harrods Ltd, promoting some luxurious furniture, including the Belville easy chair in Damask or tapestry

Background imageTapestry Collection: Rowley Hall West End Flat

Rowley Hall West End Flat
An illustration showing an entrance hall to a West End flat in connection with Rowley Hall, Staffordshire. This space has fine oak wall panelling and carved mantelpiece

Background imageTapestry Collection: Eton Tapestry war memorial

Eton Tapestry war memorial
The creation of the Eton tapestry war memorial. Made at Merton Abbey Tapestry works, which was founded by William Morris. The weavers can bee seen, but the design was by Hon Mrs Akers Douglas

Background imageTapestry Collection: Chivalry, illustration of Knight by George Barraud

Chivalry, illustration of Knight by George Barraud, illustrator. Knight in armour, carrying lance, on horse wearing tapestry, with crest and shield, bottom left

Background imageTapestry Collection: The Great Hall, Ightham Mote, Kent

The Great Hall, Ightham Mote, Kent Date: 1951

Background imageTapestry Collection: Entrance to Tapestry Section, Paris Exhibition of 1889

Entrance to Tapestry Section, Paris Exhibition of 1889
Entrance to Tapestry Section, the World's International Exhibition, Paris 1889 Date: 1889

Background imageTapestry Collection: Pastrana Tapestries, 1471 c Disembarkation in Asilah

Pastrana Tapestries, 1471 c Disembarkation in Asilah
The Pastrana tapestries: Disembarkation in Asilah. ca. 1471 - 1475. Cloth number 1 of the series on the conquest of Asilah and Tangier in 1471 by Alfonso V of Portugal

Background imageTapestry Collection: BATAILLE, Nicolas. Apocalypse of Angers

BATAILLE, Nicolas. Apocalypse of Angers
BATAILLE, Nicolas (14th c.). Rejoicing of Men before the dead Witnesses. 1375 - 1382. Fifth Scene of the tapestry number 3 from the series Apocalypse of Angers commissioned by Louis I, Duke of Anjou

Background imageTapestry Collection: WOMAN WORKING TAPESTRY

WOMAN WORKING TAPESTRY
A German woman working on a tapestry - a card created in honour of Woman by an artist who describes himself as a Ehrer die Frauen which seems to mean Respecter of Women Date: early 20th century

Background imageTapestry Collection: Ightham Mote, Kent - The Great Hall

Ightham Mote, Kent - The Great Hall Date: circa 1940s

Background imageTapestry Collection: French mens costumes of the late 15th century

French mens costumes of the late 15th century. The top group shows a man being dressed in armour and helm, and the bottom group shows a rich man with partner in feather beret looking a a group of

Background imageTapestry Collection: Wool tapestry of rural pursuits from the 15th century

Wool tapestry of rural pursuits from the 15th century
Wool tapestry from the 15th century. It shows laborers in farm employment, pruning, ploughing, harvesting, bathing, through the months of the year against a background of colourful flowers

Background imageTapestry Collection: French womens costumes of the 15th century

French womens costumes of the 15th century. Poetess Christine de Pizan writing in her room A, women in hennin headdresses B, D, and woman in tall headdress hawking on horseback C

Background imageTapestry Collection: Mlle. Loger, first girl to enter world-famous Gobelin works

Mlle. Loger, first girl to enter world-famous Gobelin works
Mlle. Loger, a seventeen year-old French girl seen at her loom in the Gobelins tapestry works in Paris. During the companys four centuries, it had not, until that point

Background imageTapestry Collection: A scene from The Passing Show, London, 1915

A scene from The Passing Show, London, 1915. In the tapestry at the back, five of the figures are real Date: 1915

Background imageTapestry Collection: Fashionable armchairs of 1788

Fashionable armchairs of 1788: a bergere in striped silk and carved walnut, and a fauteuil in Aubusson tapestry and carved walnut



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