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A Change in the Weather
Ethel Stein (American, born 1917)
United States
A Change in the Weather, 1984/2008
A Chinese Tea Party (Furnishing Fabric)
Manufactured by Daniel Lee & Co. (English, active 1876-1900)
England, Manchester
A Chinese Tea Party (Furnishing Fabric), c. 1854
A Falconer with Two Ladies and a Foot Soldier
France or Flanders, possibly Paris or Bruges
A Falconer with Two Ladies and a Foot Soldier, c. 1500
A Panel from a Porticoes Series
After designs by Jean-Baptiste Oudry (1686–1755) and/or Jean-Baptiste Huet (1745–1811), or artists in their circle
Woven at an unknown workshop at the Manufacture Royale du Beauvais or the Manufacture Royale d’Aubusson
France, Beauvais or Aubusson
A Panel from a Porticoes Series, 1775/1800
A Visit to the Camp (Furnishing Fabric)
After drawings by Henry Bunbury (English, 1750–1811) and engravings by William Dickinson (English, 1746–1823) and Thomas Watson (English, 1743–1781)
England
A Visit to the Camp (Furnishing Fabric), c. 1785
Aba (Dress for Child or Young Woman)
Khatri
India, Gujarat, Kutch
Aba (Dress for Child or Young Woman), 19th or early 20th century
Abacus (Furnishing Fabric)
Designed by Paul Rand (American, 1914–1996)
Produced by L. Anton Maix, Inc.
United States, New York, New York
Abacus (Furnishing Fabric), 1951
Abacus (Sample) (Furnishing Fabric)
Designed by Ben Rose (American, 1916–2004)
Produced by Ben Rose, Inc.
United States, Illinois, Chicago
Abacus (Sample) (Furnishing Fabric), 1993
Abundantia, from The Four Continents and Related Allegories
After a cartoon by Lodewijk van Schoor (died 1702) and Pieter Spierinckx (1635–1711)
Woven at the workshop of Albert Auwercx (1629–1709)
Flanders, Brussels
Abundantia, from The Four Continents and Related Allegories, c. 1680/1700
Acanthus (Formerly a Furnishing Textile) from the John J. Glessner House, Chicago
Designed by William Morris (English, 1834–1896)
Produced by Morris & Company, 1875–1940
Printed by Hencroft Dye Works
England, Staffordshire, Leek
Acanthus (Formerly a Furnishing Textile) from the John J. Glessner House, Chicago, 1876 (produced 1887/1917)
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