Designs for Printed Textiles in England From 1750 to 1850
The first of a seven-volume series which provides an illustrated history of British textile design from the middle ages to the 1990s, showing highlights of the V&A Museum's woven, printed and embroidered textiles. This title looks at printed textiles in England from 1750 to 1850.
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19th century additional colours Albert Museum Bannister Hall Barbara Johnson's birds Block-printed cotton Blue threads border Bromley Hall calico printer calico-printer Cheshire china blue chrome yellow colours by surface colourways cotton with pencilled Crayford damask dated Design for printed designer and calico dipped blue ground drab style dress fabrics engraved fancy machine-ground Flora Londinensis floral stripes floral trails Furnishing chintz Furnishing demy half-drop Hall for Richard handkerchiefs Hodge II'ſ imitation Inscribed John Baptist Jackson Lancashire linen London madder colours Manchester meander Middlesex Miles and Edwards mordant Mulhouse naturalistic flowers º º º O'Brien Paper pattern Paper-impression pattern-drawer pencilled blue Plate-printed cotton plates Printed at Bannister Printed by Samuel Printed cotton furnishing printed textile design printworks purple Repeat Richard Ovey rococo Roller-printed ſae Samples of printed Samuel Matley stylised surface roller Surrey textile by William Thomas Vaughan threads in selvedge Wallington Watercolour William Kilburn woven silks