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These beautiful prints are salesman's samples of kimono cloth designs. Salespeople would bring these pieces to kimono makers in order to showcase the different patterns available. With its origins as Más Japanese Textiles, Japanese Patterns, Japanese Fabric, Japanese Prints, Japanese Design, Japanese Art, Japanese Kimono, Textile Patterns, Textile Design

Japanese Textile Design

These beautiful prints are salesman's samples of kimono cloth designs. Salespeople would bring these pieces to kimono makers in order to showcase the different patterns available. With its origins as the Chinese garment hanfu, the style of the Japanese kimono evolved over time to reflect cultural changes through the nation’s history. The kimono is considered a form of high art in the Japanese tradition. The artisans who weave the cloth, design and decorate the fabric, and assemble the final…

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Ciara Tana Lawn™ Cotton

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Design for Cretonne Drapery Fabric courtesy of the Lois Mailou Jones Pierre-Noel Trust. Design for Cretonne Drapery Fabric courtesy of the Lois Mailou Jones Pierre-Noel Trust. Textile Patterns, Textile Prints, Print Patterns, Floral Patterns, Motif Floral, Floral Prints, Floral Design, Stoff Design, Pattern Illustration

LOIS MAILOU JONES

Lois Mailou Jones (1905 – 1998) was a US artist who painted and influenced others during the Harlem Renaissance and beyond.

Lois Mailou Jones – was a US artist who painted and influenced others during the Harlem Renaissance and beyond. Textile Patterns, Textile Prints, Textiles, Textile Design, Fabric Wallpaper, Pattern Wallpaper, Retro Wallpaper, Surface Pattern, Surface Design

LOIS MAILOU JONES

Lois Mailou Jones (1905 – 1998) was a US artist who painted and influenced others during the Harlem Renaissance and beyond.

Lois Mailou Jones was a textile designer very early in her career. She wanted to be well-known so she moved on to other things. Textile Patterns, Cool Patterns, Textile Design, Textiles, Little Paris, Harlem Renaissance, Pretty Designs, Print Wallpaper, Pattern Design

Brookland History Lives! Lois Mailou Jones House - The Brookland Bridge

Lois Mailou Jones (November 3, 1905 – June 9, 1998) was a world renowned artist who made Brookland her home. She lived at 1220 Quincy St. NE, and for a time in the 1940s, she even used the home as a venue for an artists collective called the “Little Paris Studio”. Although she is most often associated with her … Continue reading Brookland History Lives! Lois Mailou Jones House →