Romanian Ethnic Art (inclusive textiles)

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The Tree of Life (Rădăuti, Romania) / Copacul vietii crascand in centrul lumii p emuntele sacru _ carpeta Rădăuti

The Tree of Life (Rădăuti, Romania) / Copacul vietii crascand in centrul lumii p emuntele sacru _ carpeta Rădăuti

#Romanian Ensemble @Karen Bitterman Museum of Art  Date: 1800–1939   Culture: Romanian   Medium: linen, wool   Credit Line: Gift of Miss Irene Lewisohn and Alice Lewisohn Crowley, 1939

#Romanian Ensemble @Karen Bitterman Museum of Art Date: 1800–1939 Culture: Romanian Medium: linen, wool Credit Line: Gift of Miss Irene Lewisohn and Alice Lewisohn Crowley, 1939

#Romanian Ensemble at the @Karen Bitterman Museum of Art, New York  Date: 1800–1939   Culture: Romanian   Medium: linen, wool   Credit Line: Gift of Miss Irene Lewisohn and Alice Lewisohn Crowley, 1939

#Romanian Ensemble at the @Karen Bitterman Museum of Art, New York Date: 1800–1939 Culture: Romanian Medium: linen, wool Credit Line: Gift of Miss Irene Lewisohn and Alice Lewisohn Crowley, 1939

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Rug Master: Romanian Rugs

Rug Master: Romanian Rugs

Antique Romanian Bessarabian Kilim 46905 Main Image - By Nazmiyal

Antique Romanian Bessarabian Kilim 46905 Main Image - By Nazmiyal

A ROMANIAN KILIM  CIRCA 1920

A ROMANIAN KILIM CIRCA 1920

Antique Romanian Bessarabian Kilim 46919 Nazmiyal - By Nazmiyal

Antique Romanian Bessarabian Kilim 46919 Nazmiyal - By Nazmiyal

Antique Romanian Bessarabian Kilim 46906 Nazmiyal - By Nazmiyal

Antique Romanian Bessarabian Kilim 46906 Nazmiyal - By Nazmiyal

Christine Brown on Romanian Textiles: kilim. The weaving is slit tapestry, but the curves in the designs in its field are accomplished with “eccentric wefts.”  In her discussion of eccentric wefts, Marla Mallett, in her book, Woven Structures, indicates that their use suggests “an extremely stable warp, held under excellent tension.”  Marla also notes that “shallow, curved shapes are easily created,” when a weavers is employing slit tapestry.

Christine Brown on Romanian Textiles: kilim. The weaving is slit tapestry, but the curves in the designs in its field are accomplished with “eccentric wefts.” In her discussion of eccentric wefts, Marla Mallett, in her book, Woven Structures, indicates that their use suggests “an extremely stable warp, held under excellent tension.” Marla also notes that “shallow, curved shapes are easily created,” when a weavers is employing slit tapestry.

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