"First Designs for Stations of the Cross in Westminster Cathedral, 1914: fourteen pen and watercolour drawings for carved panels depicting Christ’s passion, squared for transfer. Copyright the Trustees of the British Museum." #jesus #panels #carved #christ
Royal tents used by the Ottoman sultans were miniature palaces, their cloth walls decorated with embroidery and appliqué compositions. This panel from an 18th century tent wall consists of carnations and other flowers springing from a vase. (MILITARY MUSEUM – ISTANBUL).
Calendario_novembre_n.4 Imperial tents were richly decorated, symbolising the power and splendour of the Ottoman sultans when away from their palaces. This early 19th century tent wall has floral decoration. Gilded leather is one of the materials used for the appliqué work. Imperial tent. MILITARY MUSEUM – ISTANBUL