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Warp printed cotton
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1949

This warp-printed chintz textile was produced in about 1949. Warp-printing is a method in which the warp threads of a textile are printed with a design before the fabric is woven. This printing technique produces a final image that is slightly blurred. In this particular example, the peony flowers and leaves of the chintz motif are softened by this process.

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ST185a

Warp printed cotton


height: 566mm
width: 415mm

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textile - Warp printed cotton
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