Thumbnail 0
Thumbnail 1
Thumbnail 2
Thumbnail 3
Thumbnail 4
Thumbnail 5
Thumbnail 6
Thumbnail 7
Thumbnail 8
Thumbnail 9
Thumbnail 10
Thumbnail 11
Thumbnail 12
Thumbnail 13
Thumbnail 14
Thumbnail 15

About the work

curationist logoCurationist Object Description
Most likely a product of the Indian textile market, this bedcover may have found its way into the hands of Indonesian consumers. It was most likely used in religious ceremonies in this region, and in Europe as a bedcover or wall decoration. Featuring a centrally placed tree and a variety of floral ornamentation, it is a blend of regional styles from England, China, and India.

Metropolitan Museum of Art Object Description

Bedcover or hanging

Work details

"--" = no data available
= Curationist added metadata(Learn more)

All Works in Curationist’s archives can be reproduced and used freely. How to attribute this Work:


Help us to improve this content!

Let our archivists know if you have something to add.

Save this work.

Start an account to add this work to your personal curated collection.

masonry card

We're just getting started!

Sign Up to receive updates.

Curationist connects people to cultural knowledge from all over the world.