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Beach Scene: The Foreshore
Photo credit: Britten Pears Arts

Beach Scene: The Foreshore 1931

John Craske (1881–1943)

Britten Pears Arts

textile
A woven fabric, such as silk, cotton, or wool, which can be used for furnishings, upholstery, or costume.

embroidery
Decorative surface stitching, usually in wool or silk, on fabric, practised in all parts of the world.

tapestry
A fabric woven by hand on a loom, usually of silk or wool, with a non-repetitive pattern which is created during the manufacture.

Text source: The Oxford Concise Dictionary of Art Terms (2nd Edition) by Michael Clarke


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