Alexandrea Hayes

Alexandrea Hayes

Alexandrea Hayes
További ötletek tőle: Alexandrea
201: Coptic textile with two geometric orbiculi : Lot 201

201: Coptic textile with two geometric orbiculi : Lot 201

A COPTIC TEXTILE PANEL   Circa 5th-6th Century A.D.

A COPTIC TEXTILE PANEL Circa 5th-6th Century A.D.

Men hunting wild animals. 8th Century AD: Men hunting wild animals. Silk serge Fragment. The upper medallion is complete, but only a quarter of the lower one has survived. From a reliquary in the Sancta Sanctorum. Byzantine (?) Museo Sacro, Vatican, Italy.

Men hunting wild animals. 8th Century AD: Men hunting wild animals. Silk serge Fragment. The upper medallion is complete, but only a quarter of the lower one has survived. From a reliquary in the Sancta Sanctorum. Byzantine (?) Museo Sacro, Vatican, Italy.

COPTIC TEXTILE. Egypt, Christian Period, c. 4th-6th century AD. Double-weave fabric with two registers of lozenge patterns on red ground. 8 x 12.5 inches.

COPTIC TEXTILE. Egypt, Christian Period, c. 4th-6th century AD. Double-weave fabric with two registers of lozenge patterns on red ground. 8 x 12.5 inches.

Coptic textiles from ancient Egypt

Coptic textiles from ancient Egypt

Tunics are just great, they cut the male form into an interesting way. It's still all about square shapes, but it's about many square shapes, instead of making folks into Tobor.

Tunics are just great, they cut the male form into an interesting way. It's still all about square shapes, but it's about many square shapes, instead of making folks into Tobor.

Child's dress or tunic, from a tomb at Akhmim. Egypt, 4th century

Child's dress or tunic, from a tomb at Akhmim. Egypt, 4th century

14th century wool tapestry panel with bird and fish motifs, Peru.

14th century wool tapestry panel with bird and fish motifs, Peru.

Origin: Egypt, Alexandria Type: Fragment, Period: 6th-8th Century  Warp: Material: wool, tan, natural Spin/Ply: 5 spun Density: 23in.  Weft: Material: wool, natural and dyed Spin/Ply: 5 spun Density: 34in facing wefts in tapestry ground  Decoration/surface:Technique: slit-tapestry, curved wefts, warp sharing, twining, soumac wrapping,   stitching, Density: 52in. pattern wefts  Remarks: A decorative square at the sides of the square and the edges are joined by sewing.

Origin: Egypt, Alexandria Type: Fragment, Period: 6th-8th Century Warp: Material: wool, tan, natural Spin/Ply: 5 spun Density: 23in. Weft: Material: wool, natural and dyed Spin/Ply: 5 spun Density: 34in facing wefts in tapestry ground Decoration/surface:Technique: slit-tapestry, curved wefts, warp sharing, twining, soumac wrapping, stitching, Density: 52in. pattern wefts Remarks: A decorative square at the sides of the square and the edges are joined by sewing.

Egyptian tapestry design 3rd century | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Egyptian tapestry design 3rd century | Flickr - Photo Sharing!