By Perkins, George C.
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The panel illustrated on plate 53 is an elaborate example of Spanish applique work. The ground is of red velvet with a floral pattern, probably woven in Italy. This pattern has been emphasised and further elaborated by threads of gold embroidery. It is not often advisable to effects of done except use a patterned ground for embroidery, but in cases like this the practice It may be recalled that the Japanese and is justified by its success. Chinese make ground much use of patterned for embroidery.
Scientific selection is therefore A out of the question. Many kinds have been omitted or inadequately represented, but in order to bring them in others would perforce have The art of the Far East has been deliberately immediate influence on the West. One example, excluded, except however, of pure Chinese embroidery, a very handsome coat in white It must stand as a represilk, is shewn as a frontispiece to this volume. sentative of an embroidery-tradition going back farther, in all probahad be thrown out.
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