Marseille Gallery Interpretations


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Interpretations

Part 18: Interpretations

Variations of corded work interpretations, imitations and influence are witnessed throughout many regions in the 19th century. As this exhibition has shown, the textile objects worked in the broderie de Marseille technique that first were produced for export in Marseilles in the 17th century, were then imitated and adapted in form, use, technique and materials throughout the Mediterranean basin and Europe and her colonies. This section displays several examples of objects that mark those changes.


Click images below to view larger and read more information about some of the quilts included in the exhibit.

Part 19: Cornucopia

Part 20: Quilted Coat

Part 21: Wedding Bedcover

Part 22: Amish Bedcover


Part 23: Conclusion

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