Design, c.1730, Anna Maria Garthwaite, V collection - I like the interplay and relationship between the scale of the larger elements and smaller patterns within
Anna Maria Garthwaite (b. Harston, Leicestershire, 14 March 1688 – October 1763) was an English textile designer known for creating vivid floral designs for silk fabrics hand-woven in Spitalfields near London in the mid-18th century.
Textile design, by Anna Maria Garthwaite. Spitalfields, London, 18th century
Fabric panel, attributed to Anna Maria Garthwaite, silk brocade, c. 1740, produced in Spitalfields section of London.
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Anna Maria Garthwaite – Design for a woven silk, 1733; Watercolour on paper More
Design for woven silk, by Anna Maria Garthwaite. London, England, early 18th century
Anna Maria Garthwaite House, Spitalfields. http://enfilade18thc.wordpress.com/2013/04/12/visiting-the-anna-maria-garthwaite-house-spitalfields/