Carpets, Rugs, and Textiles

The production of textiles can be traced as far back as prehistoric times, and has served a variety of aesthetic and functional purposes. Since antiquity, the manufacture of woven materials has continued to evolve, from the earliest techniques of hand-weaving through the advent of industrialization and mass production.

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Alexander Calder
La Vague rouge
1970-1974
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Jan Fabre
PRIVY – red
2002
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Cassandra Holden
Wearable Adornments, Auburn, Black (respectively)
2012-2013
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Diane Cherr
Waiting for Solomon
2014
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Fukusa of Cranes and Golden Tortoise (Long Life Symbols)
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Kannon and Phoenix Embroidery
circa 1880
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Floral Embroidery
circa 1900
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Embroidery of Peacock, Peahen, and Peonies
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Dragon and Flaming Pearl
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Eugene Emmanuel Viollet-le-Duc
An Important Aubusson Carpet to a Design by Eugene Viollet-le-Duc for the Cathedral of Notre Dame de Paris
circa 1850-1875
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