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Needlework Textile (furnishing fabric), 1700-1750, possibly Flemish

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Possibly Flemish
Needlework textile (furnishing fabric)
Bast fiber, plain weave ground with wool and silk (?) embroidery
69.9 x 59.7 cm (27 1/2 x 23 1/2 inches)
Rhode Island School of Design
Anonymous gift in honor of Houghton P. Metcalf, Jr.
Object Number: 2020.6
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Thank you for your kind comment. I'm glad you enjoyed this piece!


A lovely piece of needlework with the colours still vibrant. Thanks Carol (*ˊᵕˋ)


You're welcome. It's nice to hear that you appreciate it, my friend.


Oh, oh, oh, Jim! It certainly was! 8^)))


I meant the needle work was tedious ;-) have a great day Carol


The person who did this was very skilled. TFS


Thanks for hanging in there with this one. I'm glad to hear you found it worth your while. Peace to you, as well, Jim.


Thisis tedious work but oh so beautiful when presented, thanks Carol. Peace my friend.


Thank you Carol...


Thanks, Bernadette and Cyndi, for your solves and thoughtful comments. Now I need to zoom in again and count the butterflies!
I hope you each have wonderful Sundays!


I so agree with Bernadette about how much better the details shows up after working the puzzle. Amazing work. Love the owl!


Much better detail appears after solving the puzzle. I found another butterfly!


This is such a sweet little needlework tapestry. Love the prominently placed owl. All the other birds are circling around him along with a nice background of pretty flowers and leaves. The two butterflies are very sweet too. Very lovely setting for Fall...thank you Carol. Have a blessed Sunday...Bernadette

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