By Perkins, George C.
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There is not one modern worker in a hundred who would have thus left out the body of the animal, which would naturally appear on the other side of the tree, but the old designer was clearly right. ; During the course of the 15th century the lyrical but somewhat anaemic art of Cologne came under the influence of the stronger realism of the These tendencies may be traced to a rising schools of the Netherlands. certain extent in embroidery. There is nothing in the Low Countries resembling the well-known silk and gold woven orphreys of Cologne, upon needlework additions for much of their effect.
The She with her to France. There it would be stimulated by the accomplishment of her new country in the art. She found opportunities for encouraging embroidery during her sojourn of 13 years in France. M. Louis de Farcy, the veteran French archaeolo- must have carried this liking and writer, draws attention to the fact, vouched for by contemporary records, that this queen while in France established a school of embroidery at Chateaudun. Just as England, with its daring achievements of the Elizabethan age, found time to indulge in the fanciful absurdities of Euphuism, so that epoch in France was characterised by the use of cryptic badges and emblems, cunningly devised monograms, and devices with double meaning.
The annexation of Portugal to Spain in the year 1580 helped to merge the Far Eastern operations of the two The fruits of the Chinese traffic are seen in an countries into one. of 20 extraordinarily mixed type of embroidery found in Spain and Portugal in the 16th and 17th centuries. It is represented in this volume by the example on plate 82 (top). The carpet or cover of which a fourth part is here illustrated belongs to a class of work of which large quantities were produced by Chinese embroiderers for Spain and Portugal in the 16th and 17th centuries.
A book of old embroidery by Perkins, George C.