2550 objects are associated with this tag (a maximum of 100 are shown here).
Centre table, giltwood and verre églomisé, 1700-1730.
Tapestry, hand woven, designed and made by Sue Lawty, West Yorkshire, 2009
Panel of brocaded silk tapestry (kesi) with silk and gold thread, China, 17th century-18th century
Panel of tapestry woven silk (kesi), China, 17th century-18th century
Tapestry design by Stella Mary Pearce, The Rock, Sadler’s Wells, May 28th 1934
Tapestry set for children, made by Chad Valley, England, late 1950s.
Double-cloth carpeting fragment, Great Britain, 18th century
woven, British, Hans Tisdall for Edinburgh Weavers, 1957, "Whispering Bamboo", vertical bamboo design on yellow ground
Tapestry edging woven in wool, silk and cotton, A. Haines & Son, England, 1920-1950
Tapestry edging woven in wool and cotton, A. Haines & Son, England, 1920-1950
Watercolour by J. I. Williamson depicting a copy of a Flemish tapestry representing a pastoral subject with men and women playing games. British School, ca. late 19th century.
Design for a tapestry by Harold Cohen, commissioned by British Petroleum Ltd. Great Britain, ca. mid 20th century.
Topographical Album, 20thC, 1904, Bilbrough Bequest (8 of 28); Bilbrough, K.L. England, Rothampstead, Tapestry Room, 17/07/1904
Franck, M., Paris, France. Tapestry, 16th century. Album, 'L'Art Ancien, Photographies des Collections Célèbres, Vol IX, Nos. '801-846.' Paris, 1868. Albumen print
Franck, M., Paris, France. Tapestry, 15th century. Album, 'L'Art Ancien, Photographies des Collections Célèbres, Vol IX, Nos. '801-846.' Paris, 1868. Albumen print
Design for a tapestry
William Morris. 'Lucretia.' 1860-90.
William Morris. Design for a tapestry entitled 'Violet and Columbine', 1883. Pencil and body-colour.
William Morris. Design for a textile, probably a tapestry. British, c.1880s
William Morris. Design for a tapestry. British, c.1881
William Morris. Tapestry design with roses and scrolling foliage. Design for a textile. British, c.1879
John Henry Dearle (attr.). Tapestry design for Messrs. Morris & Co., ca. 1900.
Phillip Webb. (attr.) Design for a tapestry for Morris & Co. c.1900
The Blinding of Elymas; from a cartoon by Raphael for the tapestries in the Sistine Chapel; engraving; 19th century.
Hubert François Gravelot, Philip II, King of Spain (1527-1598). Drawing for a medallion portraits, head and soulders, forming part of the fifth plate of The Tapestry Hanging of the House of Lord, etc.
George Charles Haité. Design for textile or wallpaper. British, c.1905