Russian Textiles: Printed Cloth for the Bazaars of Central Asia
'Russian Textiles' showcases printed-cotton textiles created and manufactured in Russia and exported to Central Asia from around 1860 to 1960. More than 175 patterns spanning a variety of different styles, from Art Noveau florals to Soviet-era agitprop, are featured.
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