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Choose from 96 pictures in our Tiger collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.

Byzantine weaving and embroidery, (1898). Creator: Unknown Featured Print

Byzantine weaving and embroidery, (1898). Creator: Unknown

Byzantine weaving and embroidery, (1898). 'Fig 1: Embroidered purple robe in the cathedral-treasure at Bamberg. Fig 2: Figured silk-stuff on the tunic of Henry II. in the National-Museum at Munich. Figs 3, 4 and 7: Embroidered borders from the Imperial Alb in the Imp. treasury at Vienna. Figs 5 and 6: Embroidered borders from the Imperial tunicle ibid. Fig 8: Embroidered borders on the German Emperor's mantle in the Imperial treasury at Vienna. Fig 9: Embroidery on the German Emperor's mantle ibid. Figs 10 and 11: Patterns painted on garments from tomb-stones in the church S. Lorenzo Fuori le mura at Rome...During this period an extensive trade was carried on in the most precious woven gorgeous embroidered materials and stuffs...Sicilian articles exhibiting clearly the influence of Arabian ornamentation, without denying Byzantine forms...the lion overpowering the camel seems intended to symbolize Christianity overruling Islam'. Plate 33 from "The Historic Styles of Ornament" translated from the German of H. Dolmetsch. [B.T. Batford, London, 1898]

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'Chang Tao-Ling', 1922. Creator: Unknown Featured Print

'Chang Tao-Ling', 1922. Creator: Unknown

'Chang Tao-Ling', 1922. Chang Tao-Ling (34-156) Founder of the Han Dynasty Taoist school of wu-tou-mi tao, Way of the Celestial Masters, which emphasized the connection between sin and suffering, and introduced repentance and healing, sometimes pictured riding a tiger. From "Myths and Legends of China", by E. T. C. Werner. [George G. Harrap & Co. Ltd., London, Calcutta, Sydney, 1922]

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Page from the Ragamalas Featured Print

Page from the Ragamalas

Page from the Ragamalas. Ragamalas are albums of illustrated poems. The paintings portray a human or divine figure and are inscribed by the name of the raga (male) or ragini (female) they represent. Painting of an ascetic in the woods receiving the patronage of a high ranking man, who offers a "mala" (prayer beads). Possibly an illustration from the Ragamalas. Detail. Country of Origin: India. Culture: Hindu. Place of Origin: Possibly Deccan. Credit Line: Werner Forman Archive/Private Collection. Location: 17.

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