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Textile with Floral Motif

Floral Motif, Textile

Works of Art (103)

Brocade, 17th century; Safavid, Iran, Silk and metal thread (59.58)
Brocaded silk, 1760s, French, Silk and metal thread (69.79.3)
Brocaded silk, design dated 1748, Anna Maria Garthwaite, designer; Thomas Brant, weaver, English (Spitalfields), Silk (62.136.1)
Cabinet with personifications of the Five Senses, third quarter of 17th century, English, Satin worked with silk and metal thread, purl, chenille, seed pearls, coral beads, and mica; tent knots, rococo, satin, couching, and detached buttonhole stitches, knots; woven metal thread trim; silk and paper lining (29.23.1)
Camel trapping (asmalyk), 19th century, Turkmenistan, Wool, embroidered with silk (1989.383)
Cape and Dress, ca. 1931, Jean Patou (French), Ivory china silk with multicolored floral print (1972.30.17a,b)
Carpet with palm trees, ibexes, and birds, Mughal period (1526–1858), late 16th–early 17th century, Present-day Pakistan, Lahore, Cotton (warp and weft), wool (pile), asymmetrically knotted pile (17.190.858)
Carpet with scrolling vines and blossoms, Mughal period (1526–1858), ca. 1650, Northern India or Pakistan, Kashmir or Lahore, Silk (warp and weft), pashmina wool (pile), asymmetrically knotted pile (14.40.725)
Carpet, Mughal period (1526–1858), mid-17th century, Pakistan, Lahore, Cotton (warp and weft), wool (pile), asymmetrically knotted pile (17.190.857)
Carpet, Ottoman period (ca. 1299–1923), ca. 1550, Egypt, Cairo, Wool (warp, weft, and pile), asymmetrically knotted pile (1971.263.2)
Chintz appliquéd quilt, ca. 1835, Made by Mary Malvina Cook Taft (American), Possibly Maryland, Virginia, or South Carolina, Cotton (1970.288)
Corset, 1770s, Italian, Yellow, red, and ivory silk compound weave (C.I.40.173.6a–e)
Corset, 1891, Maison Léoty (French, late 19th century), Silk (C.I.45.27)
Corset, late 1760s, French, Silk, linen, leather, wood, baleen (C.I.50.8.2)
Cover, early 19th century, Present-day Uzbekistan, Bukhara, Silk, linen (21.114.3)
Daffodil textile, 1883–1900, Associated Artists (New York City), Printed cotton velvet (28.70.25)
Doublet, early 1620s, French, Ivory silk faille brocaded with floral patterns in pink, yellow, mauve, green, and purple (1989.196)
Dress (Robe à la française), 1740s, England; textile Dutch or German, Silk, linen, pigment (1995.235a,b)
Dress (robe à la polonaise), ca. 1780, French, White silk de chine with hand-painted multicolored floral sprays (1976.146a,b)

Dress (robe à la polonaise), 1780–85, American, Yellow silk de chine with hand-painted multicolored floral sprays (1970.87a,b)
Dressing gown, ca. 1880, Japanese for Western market, Quilted blue silk (1970.83a,b)

Dressing gown, late 1880s, Japanese for Western market, Quilted brown silk (1975.227.7a,b)
Embroidered Square with Animals, Birds, and Flowers, late 12th–14th century, Eastern Central Asia, Silk thread on silk (1988.296)
Evening dress, fall/winter 1998, Dolce & Gabbana (Italian), Black silk duchesse satin with multicolored handpainted floral motifs and blue silk crepe lining, 1999 (1999.23)
Evening dress, summer 1937, Elsa Schiaparelli (Italian), Printed crepe-back silk satin (2009.300.1347a,b)
"Eventail" cocktail dress, fall/winter 1956–57, Christian Dior (French), Navy and royal blue warp-printed taffeta with navy horsehair band trim (C.I.63.36a–c)
Floral medallions, Tang dynasty, late 8th–early 9th century, China, Silk, Weft-faced compound twill (1996.103.1)
Floral tent panel, Mughal period (1526–1858), ca. 1616–35, India, Silk, gold; cut velvet, painted (1981.321)
Flounce, 17th century, Italian, Lace (33.90.47)
Fragmentary loom width with ogival pattern, ca. 1570–80, Turkey, probably Istanbul, Silk, metal-wrapped thread; lampas (kemha) (49.32.79)
Fragmentary loom width with wavy-vine pattern, Ottoman period (ca. 1299–1923), ca. 1565–80, Turkey, probably Istanbul, Silk, metal-wrapped thread, lampas (kemha) (52.20.21)
Fragments of a carpet with lattice and blossom pattern, Mughal period (1526–1858), ca. 1650, India or present-day Pakistan, Kashmir or Lahore, Silk (warp and weft), pashmina wool (pile), asymmetrically knotted pile (14.40.723)
Heraldic textile with the emblems of two families, 1500–1550, Italy, Silk damask (46.156.116)
Hunters in a Landscape, ca. 1575–95, England (probably London), Wool and silk (2009.280)
Iris embroidery, 1883, Candace Wheeler (American), for Associated Artists (New York City), Silk embroidered with silk and metallic-wrapped cotton threads, metal sequins, cut-glass beads (28.34.1)
Ivy textile, 1883–1900, Associated Artists (New York City), Printed cotton velvet (28.70.1)
Kaftan, second half of 17th–early 18th century, Turkey, Silk, metal-wrapped threat; taquet&eactue; (seraser); back piece (2003.416a-e)
Khorasan-type carpet fragment, late 16th or early 17th century; Safavid, Iran, Cotton and silk (foundation), wool (pile); asymmetrically knotted pile (2001.54)
Kimono with carp, water lilies, and morning glories, Meiji period, ca. 1876, Japan, Resist-dyed, painted, and embroidered silk gauze (ro) (2006.73.2)
Length of brocaded velvet, 16th century, Spanish or Italian, Silk velvet brocaded with metal-wrapped thread (46.156.120)
Length of brocaded velvet, late 15th century, Italian (Venice), Silk velvet brocaded with metal-wrapped thread (12.49.8)
Loom width with floral and tiger-stripe design, 16th century, Turkey, Bursa, Silk, metal-wrapped thread; lampas (kemha); (44.41.3)
Loom-width piece of velvet, late 15th century, Probably Bursa, Turkey, possibly Venice, Silk velvet pile and voided areas brocaded with silver-gilt-wrapped silk wefts (53.157)
Madonna-lily pillow cover, ca. 1876–77, Candace Wheeler (American), Wool twill embroidered with wool and silk thread, silk velvet border (2002.355.1)
Mantua, ca. 1708, English, Bizarre silk in salmon-pink damask with floral and foliate pattern brocaded with polychrome silk and gold metallic file (1991.6.1a,b)
Medallion rug with a field of flowers, 17th century; Safavid, Probably Kirman, Iran, Wool pile on cotton, wool, and silk foundation (1970.302.2)
Miniature Tunic (Uncu), 17th–18th century, Bolivia (Potosí), Cotton, camelid hair, silk, metal (2007.470)
Noh costume (atsuita) with clouds and hexagons, Edo period, 19th century, Japan, Silk twill damask with silk brocading wefts and supplementary weft patterning in metallic thread (19.88.3)
Noh costume (chôken) with water plants and mulberry leaves, Edo period, 18th century, Japan, Silk gauze (ro) brocaded with metallic thread (32.30.4)
Noh costume (karaori) with cherry blossoms and fretwork, Edo period, first half of 18th century, Japan, Brocaded silk twill (19.88.2)
Noh costume (karaori) with cypress fans and yûgao blossoms, Edo period, 18th–early 19th century, Japan, Brocaded twill-weave silk with supplementary weft patterning in metallic thread (61.151.6)
Noh costume (surihaku) with Chinese bellflowers, Edo period, 18th century, Japan, Gold and silver leaf on silk satin (32.30.5)
Ornamento Delle Belle & virtuose Donne, 1554, Matteo Pagano (Italian), 1554, Book with woodcut plates (21.15.2bis)
Panel from a curtain, 18th century, North Africa, Linen, silk (69.142)
Panel with musical party in a garden, 1647, English, Canvas worked with silk thread; tent stitch (64.101.1314)
Phebe Warner coverlet, ca. 1803, Sarah Furman Warner Williams (American), New York City, Linen, cotton, silk (38.59)
Piece of pile-on-pile velvet, 16th century, Italian (probably Venetian), Silk velvet with two heights of pile (46.156.133)
Pieced panel of brocaded silk, second half of 16th century, Probably Bursa, Turkey, Silk velvet pile and voided areas brocaded with silver-gilt-wrapped silk wefts (17.29.10)
Poet's-narcissus textile, 1883–1900, Associated Artists (New York City), Printed linen (28.70.5)
Portiere (door curtain), ca. 1883, Candace Wheeler (American), for Associated Artists (New York City), Front: silk velvet and silk appliquéd and embroidered with silk and wool; back: silk damask (2003.48)
Prayer rug, 18th century; Mughal, Probably Kashmir, India, Wool pile on cotton and silk foundation (1970.302.7)
Prayer rug, late 16th–early 17th century; Ottoman, Egypt, probably Cairo, Wool (17.120.137)
Presentation quilt, ca. 1849, Baltimore, Maryland, Cotton and silk velvet (1974.24)
Printed cotton, 1787, French (Jouy), Cotton (37.170)
Purse, early 17th century, English, Canvas worked with silk and metal thread, glass beads, spangles; Gobelin, tent, and detached buttonhole stitches (29.23.15)
Quilt center, ca. 1790, John Hewson (American, born England), Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Cotton (2005.284)
Robe à la française, 1775–1800, French, Silk (C.I.61.13.1a,b)
Robe à la française, third quarter of 18th century, French, Ivory cotton printed in multicolored floral motif (C.I.64.32.3a,b)
The Seley Carpet, Safavid period (1501–1722), late 16th century, Iran, Silk (warp), cotton (weft), wool (weft and pile), asymmetrically knotted pile (1978.550)
Shawl, 18th century; Mughal, Kashmir, India, Pashmina (1998.217)
Silk fragment with a rosebush, deer, and flower pattern, late 17th–early 18th century; Safavid, Iran, Silk, silver- and gilt-metal-wrapped thread; compound twill weave, brocaded (49.32.99)
Silk with Griffins, first half of 13th century, Central Asian, Sicilian, or North African, Silk and silver-gilt metal on parchment over cotton (1984.344)
Spot sampler, mid-17th century, English, Linen canvas worked with silk and metal thread; stitches include tent, cross, back, plaited braid, detached buttonhole, knots, and laidwork (64.101.1328)
"Star Ushak" carpet, Ottoman period (ca. 1299–1923), late 15th century, Turkey, Wool (warp, weft, and pile), symmetrically knotted pile (58.63)
Suit, fall 1938, Elsa Schiaparelli (Italian), Plaid rayon crepe, blue plastic (1974.338.5a,b)
Table carpet fragment, late 16th century, English, Canvas worked with wool and silk thread; tent stitch (54.7.8)
Tapestry with Dragons and Flowers, 11th–12th century, Eastern Central Asia, Silk and metallic thread tapestry (kesi) (1987.275)
Tapestry with immortal holding a peach, Ming dynasty (1368–1644), China, Silk tapestry (kesi) (26.114.4)
Tent lining, 1700–1740, Burhanpur, Deccan, India, Cotton, stenciled, mordant-dyed, and painted (2005.251)
Textile fragment, 16th century, Turkey, Bursa, Silk, metal-wrapped thread; lampas (52.20.19)
Textile Fragment, 6th–7th century, Iraq or Syria, Silk (15.109)
Textile panel with birds amid flowering vines, first half of 17th century; Safavid, Iran, Silk, metal-wrapped thread; taqueté (26.231.2)
Textile, ca. 1923, Paul Poiret (French); manufacturer: La Maison Martine, Printed linen (23.14.8)
Thistle textile, ca. 1881, Tiffany & Wheeler (New York City); probably manufactured by Cheney Brothers (South Manchester, Connecticut), Silk and metallic threads, damask, woven (28.70.3)
Towel end, Ottoman period (ca. 1299–1923), early 19th century, Turkey, Linen, silk, metal-wrapped thread, plain weave, embroidered (79.1.275)
The Tree of Life, first half of 17th century, English, Canvas worked with silk thread; tent, Gobelin, and couching stitches (64.101.1305)
Tulip appliquéd panel, ca. 1883–87, Candace Wheeler (American), for Associated Artists (New York City) Silk and metallic cloth appliquéd with silk velvet and embroidered with silk and metallic-wrapped cotton threads (28.34.2)
Unicorn in Captivity, ca. 1495–1505, South Netherlandish, Wool warp, wool, silk, silver, and gilt wefts (37.80.6)
Ushak medallion carpet on white ground, Ottoman period (ca. 1299–1923), first half of 17th century, Turkey, Wool (warp, weft, and pile), symmetrically knotted pile (1984.69)
Velvet cushion cover (yastik), ca. 1600, Turkey, Bursa, Silk, cotton, metal-wrapped thread; cut and voided velvet (çatma), brocaded (17.120.123)
Velvet fragment with Sempervivum tectorum motif, late 15th–early 16th century, Italian (Milan), Silk velvet brocaded with metal-wrapped thread (51.139.2a,b)
Velvet fragments with Medici arms, 1440–1500, Florence or Venice, Silk, metal thread (46.156.118)
Velvet panel with flowering plants, first half of 17th century; Safavid, Iran, Silk, cotton, flat metal thread; cut and voided velvet, brocaded (12.72.5)
Velvet panel, ca. 1700, Italian (probably Genoa), Silk velvet, cut and uncut on satin ground (38.182.2)
Wall hanging, ca. 1750, India, Cotton (1982.66)
Wall panels, ca. 1799, Designer: Jean Démosthène Dugourc (French); Maker: Camille Pernon (French), France (Lyon), Woven silk and metal thread with applied silk and chenille embroidery (2006.519a,b)
Water-lily textile, 1883–1900, Associated Artists (New York City); Cheney Brothers (South Manchester, Connecticut), Warp-printed silk (28.70.15)
Woman's ceremonial skirt (kain kebat), early 20th century, Indonesia (Upper Kapuas River, West Kalimantan, Borneo); Kantu' people, Cotton (2006.349)
Woman's jacket, ca. 1616, English, Linen worked with silk and metal thread, spangles; detached buttonhole variations, wrapped ladder stitch, straight, knot, chain, and satin stitches, metal bobbin lace (23.170.1)
Work bag, dated 1669, England, Wool and linen (2006.263)
Woven border with the emblems of the Strozzi family, 1480–1600, Italy, Silk and linen (51.75)
Woven panel, 1880s, French (Lyon), Silk (2001.174)
Woven Tapestry Fragment, Umayyad period (661–750), mid-8th century, Iran, Iraq, or Egypt, Wool, tapestry weave (50.83)
Yastik, Ottoman period (ca. 1299–1923), 17th century, Turkey, Silk, cotton, metal-wrapped thread, cut and voided velvet, brocaded (08.109.11)
Yellow gros de Tours with anemones and lilacs, 1811, Jean-Pierre Séguin (Séguin et Cie), Lyon, France, Brocaded silk (28.28.1)