Melinda Fülóp

Melinda Fülóp

Melinda Fülóp
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Kimono style peignoir, c.1900, from the Vintage Textile archives.

ca 1905 kimono-style tea gown; the fashion world adopted Orientalism and loose Eastern garment styles were adapted as tea gowns.

Japanese SAKURA Cotton broadcloth fabric.

This fabric would be great in the apt-- maybe as a table cloth or curtains or over an end table, really ideas interior design design

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Nuihaku Noh Costume.  Period: Edo period (1615–1868). Date: first half of the 18th century. Culture: Japan. Medium: Embroidery and gold leaf on silk.

Noh Costume (Nuihaku) with Ivy, Incense Wrappers, and Bamboo Blinds Period: Edo period Date: first half of the century Culture: Japan Medium: Embroidery and gold leaf on silk Accession Number:

Vintage Japanese meisen kimono Reminds me of Sonia Delauney    # Pin++ for Pinterest #

Report from the "Modern Design Meisen Exhibition" at Anna Leonowens Gallery at NSCAD in Halifax, Canada. 16 to Many people showed up at the opening on About 50 meisen kimonos were

Japanese Textile Sample Book.

Oxford Asian Textile Group’s first outing of 2011 to see Japanese textiles at the Ashmolean Museum… …huge pattern book, full of all the different stencil patterns that could be printed onto fabric to make into a kimono…”