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Woven Textile (silk with bizarre design)

c. 1700-1705
Artist/maker unknown, Italian?
This example in the late bizarre style features an underwater fantasy complete with aquatic plants and shells. The fabric was probably originally used for an ecclesiastical vestment and later pieced together as a decorative panel.

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