East Asian Art
"Lotto" RugMade in Anatolia, Turkey, Asia
Possibly made in Konya, Anatolia, Asia
Artist/maker unknown, Turkish
Wool and possibly goat hair
Currently not on view
1967-30-308The Samuel S. White 3rd and Vera White Collection, 1967
LabelThe "Lotto" pattern of arabesque forms in this carpet may derive from Persian silk textiles. The term "Lotto" came into use after rugs with this pattern appeared in paintings by the sixteenth-century Venetian artist Lorenzo Lotto.