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Floral Chintz

FLORAL CHINTZ
FLORAL CHINTZ

Chintz is a printed cotton fabric with a glazed finish and multicolored patterns. The term originally applied only to textiles, used for upholstery, curtains and clothing. Today, it refers as well to the fabric’s characteristic floral patterns, seen in such decorative elements as wallpaper. The heavily saturated designs are most often composed of natural motifs, such as flowers and leaves.

Chintz fabric originated in India. The word chintz comes from the Hindi chint, which means “spotted.” Between 1600 and 1800, chintz was woodblock printed or painted on calico, a cotton fabric originating in Calicut. The dyes used were made from plant pigments, which produced vibrant colors. Thanks in part to innovations introduced during the Industrial Revolution, by the mid-1800s, European factories were producing their own chintz fabric. Victorians appreciated that the glazed finish made it easy to wipe clean.

While the 1990s saw major pushback against the 1980s chintz craze, it has rebounded of late. No longer considered “chintzy,” the fabric is again embraced by designers for its decorative patterns and bold colors. This is thanks in part to the maximalism that has taken the design world by storm. Reacting against minimalism, the style celebrates exuberance, displayed in the mixing of textures and patterns. Chintz fits right in.

Chintz curtains, furniture upholstery and decorative pillows can all make statements with their vibrant floral prints. A touch of chintz can set the mood of a room, introducing a colorful, soft and traditional nuance to a contemporary space.

Find rugs and carpets, seating, lighting and more in the floral chintz collection on 1stDibs.

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Dining Chair by Edward Wormley
By Dunbar Furniture, Edward Wormley
Located in Sagaponack, NY
A sinuous upholstered dining chair on tapered legs.
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1950s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Floral Chintz

Materials

Upholstery, Walnut

Boch Freres Chinoiserie Porcelain Gilt Floral Ginger Jar Hand Painted Table Lamp
Located in Brooklyn, NY
Boch Freres Chinoiserie Porcelain Gilt Floral Ginger Jar Hand Painted Table Lamp. Gorgeous and monumental gilt hand painted floral porcelain chinoiserie ginger jar wired as lamp. Lovely scale and proportions. Genius use of color. Victorian lampshade...
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Early 20th Century Belgian Hollywood Regency Floral Chintz

Materials

Porcelain

17th Century Traditional French Aubusson Style Flat-Weave Rug
Located in Secaucus, NJ
Handwoven recreation of the Classic French flat-weave Aubusson rugs that have been found in the finest homes and palaces since the late 17th century. Size: 11'9'' x 18'.
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17th Century Chinese Aubusson Antique Floral Chintz

Materials

Wool

French Tole Flowers Bunch Decoration, circa 1940
Located in Austin, TX
Interesting French tole decoration bunch of flowers in a basket, maybe a dummy board.
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1940s French Folk Art Vintage Floral Chintz

Materials

Tôle

Pear Shaped Meissen Vase with Cover and Vines with Flowers and Fruits
By Meissen Porcelain
Located in New York, NY
A beautiful early 19th century pear shaped Meissen covered vase with raised fruits, vines and flowers. The vase is finely hand painted with pink ...
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1810s German Rococo Antique Floral Chintz

Materials

Porcelain

Antique French Steam Trunk in All Original Condition with Brass Wood and Leather
Located in Fayetteville, AR
A beautiful, classic and large example of turn-of-the-century travel luggage, this antique French steam trunk features all of the quintessential details, d...
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Early 1900s French Antique Floral Chintz

Materials

Brass

Armchair Upholstered in Flower Fabric from Italy, 1950s
Located in Edogawa-ku Tokyo, JP
A wooden armchair with metallic feet finished in brass and painted black. It is covered with fabric of beautiful blue floral design, bringing gorgeousness to the space.
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1950s Italian Mid-Century Modern Vintage Floral Chintz

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Brass

Chiaroscuro Handwoven 10x8 Rug in Wool by Alexander McQueen
By Alexander McQueen, The Rug Company
Located in London, GB
The otherworldly yet ageless vision of Alexander McQueen has been captured in this dramatic floral design, translated in meticulous Aubusson tapestry to faithfully portray the fine d...
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21st Century and Contemporary Nepalese Modern Floral Chintz

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Wool

Garden Flowers
By Charles Demuth
Located in New York, NY
Charles Demuth was one of the most complex, talented, and deeply sensitive artists of the American modern period. Whether he was painting floral still lifes, industrial landscapes, or Turkish bathhouses, art was, for Demuth, fraught with personal meaning. A fixture of the vanguard art scene in New York, Demuth navigated the currents of Modernism, producing some of the most exquisite watercolors and original oil paintings in twentieth-century American art. Demuth was born in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, the only child of a well-to-do family. He had an awkward and introverted childhood shaped by a childhood illness, Perthes, a disease of the hip that not only left him permanently lame, but, as part of the “cure,” bedridden for two years in the care of his mother. This long period of incapacitation had a deep impact on Demuth, who came to see himself as an invalid, an outsider who was different from everyone else. It was perhaps during this period of indoor confinement that his keen interest in art developed. Several relatives on his father’s side had been amateur artists, and, following his convalescence, his mother encouraged his artistic pursuits by sending him to a local painter for instruction. The majority of his early pictures are of flowers, a subject for which Demuth maintained a lifelong passion. Following high school, Demuth enrolled at the Drexel Institute of Art in Philadelphia, a school renowned for its commercial arts program. He advanced through the program rapidly, and, in 1905, at the encouragement of his instructors, he began taking courses at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. The two leading teachers then at the Academy were William Merritt Chase and Thomas Anshutz. Anshutz, himself a former student of Thomas Eakins, was well liked by his students, and is best known as the teacher of Robert Henri, John Sloan, and several of the other artists of the Ashcan School. Demuth, too, adopted a similar idiom, working in a controlled, realistic manner while at the Academy, where he remained until 1910. In 1907, Demuth made his first trip to Europe, staying in Paris. He spent time on the periphery of the art scene composed of the numerous American artists there, including John Marin and Edward Steichen. He returned to Philadelphia five months later, and immediately resumed courses at the Academy. Despite his introduction to advanced modern styles in Europe, Demuth’s work of this period retains the academic style he practiced before the trip. It wasn’t until he had summered at New Hope, Pennsylvania, in 1908 and 1911, that his style began to evolve. New Hope was a prominent American Impressionist art colony whose members were largely affiliated with the Pennsylvania Academy. Demuth dropped the conservative tone of his style and adopted a freer and more colorful palette. Although he remained based in Philadelphia, Demuth frequently went to New York during this period. Many of the same American artists of the Parisian art scene Demuth had encountered on his earlier European trip now formed the nucleus of New York’s avant-garde, which centered around Alfred Stieglitz’s 291 gallery. It wasn’t long before Demuth began to apply modernist-inspired strategies to his work. He was particularly influenced by the watercolor work of John Marin, also a former student of Anshutz, whose bold use of color in the medium Demuth freely adapted into looser washes of color. In 1912, Demuth again left for Paris, this time studying in the Académie Moderne, Académie Colorossi, and Académie Julian. In Paris Demuth met the American modernist Marsden Hartley. Hartley, a principal figure in the expatriate art circle, acted as a mentor to Demuth, and introduced him to the wide array of modern styles currently practiced in Europe. Hartley also introduced Demuth to many of the members of the Parisian avant-garde, including Gertrude Stein. Demuth was an aspiring writer, and he spent many hours in conversation with Stein. He wrote extensively during this period, and published two works shortly after his return to America. He also developed an interest in illustrating scenes from literary texts. From 1914 to 1919, Demuth produced a series of watercolors of scenes from books such as Emile Zola’s Nana and Henry James’s The Turn of the Screw. Upon his return to America, Demuth settled in New York. In 1914, Demuth had his first one-man show at Charles Daniel’s gallery, which promoted emerging modern American artists, including Man Ray, Rockwell Kent, Yasuo Kuniyoshi, Stuart Davis, and Max Weber. Demuth drew closer to the artistic vanguard in New York, becoming friends with many in the Stieglitz and Daniel circles, including Georgia O’Keeffe, Marcel Duchamp, Carl Van Vechten, and Edward Fiske. New York’s cosmopolitan atmosphere and active nightlife appealed greatly to Demuth. In a sketchy style well suited to watercolor, he painted many vaudeville and circus themes, as well as nightclub, café, and bathhouse scenes. Often with Duchamp, Demuth took part in an urban subculture replete with nightclubs, bars, drugs, and sexual permissiveness, which, for a homosexual artist like himself, allowed room for previously unattainable personal expression. Demuth’s pictures of sailors, bathhouses, and circus performers embody a sensual and sexual undercurrent, expressing the artist’s sense of comfort and belonging in the bohemian subculture of New York. Simultaneously, Demuth deepened his interest in floral pictures, painting these almost exclusively in watercolor. His style evolved from the broad color washes of his earlier pictures to more spare, flattened, and sinuous compositions, inspired by the drawings of Aubrey Beardsley and other artists of the Aesthetic Movement. Demuth’s flower watercolors are moody and atmospheric, sensuous and elegant, introspective and yet full of expressive power. Moreover they are beautiful, and are unequivocally among the finest still lifes in American art. Despite numerous subsequent artistic undertakings that led him in a variety of directions, Demuth never stopped painting flower pictures, ultimately adding fruits and other still-life objects to his repertoire. In 1916, Demuth began to develop a style later known as Precisionism, a form of landscape painting infused with Cubism, in which space is divided into precisely drawn geometric regions of color. Demuth first began to paint the landscape in an appropriated Cubist mode while on a trip with Hartley to Bermuda. In these early landscapes, in which the curvilinear forms of trees intersect the geometrically articulated architectural forms, Demuth explored ideas that shaped the future development of modernism in America. The full realization of Demuth’s explorations came after his return to America in 1917, when he turned his attention to industrial subjects. These works derive from a “machine aesthetic,” espoused by New York artists such as Francis Picabia, Joseph Stella, Albert Gleizes, and Duchamp, by which artists viewed machines as embodying mystical, almost religious significance as symbols of the modern world. Rather than painting the skyscrapers and bridges of New York as did most of his like-minded contemporaries, Demuth returned to his home town of Lancaster, where he painted factories and warehouses in a Precisionist idiom. The titles for these pictures are often contain literary references, which serve as clues for the viewer to aid in the decoding of the artist’s meaning. In 1923, Demuth planned a series of abstract “poster portraits” of his friends and contemporaries in the New York art and literary scene. In these “portraits,” Demuth combined text and symbolic elements to evoke the essential nature of his sitters’ distinguishing characteristics. In this fashion, he painted portraits of such artists as Georgia O’Keeffe, John Marin, and Arthur Dove. His most famous poster portrait, I Saw the Figure 5 in Gold...
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20th Century American Modern Floral Chintz

Materials

Paper, Watercolor

Flower No. 6, FI
By Teemu Salonen
Located in New York, NY
Finnish designer Teemu Salonen’s iconoclastic work is an active renunciation of the simple lines and unadorned nature pervasive in the Scandinavian design that surrounds him. Placing...
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2010s Finnish Floral Chintz

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Steel

Stool in Velvet Fabric, Flowers Decor, Brass Feet
Located in Saint-Ouen, FR
Stool in velvet fabric, flowers decor, brass feet.
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2010s Italian Floral Chintz

Materials

Brass

19th Century French Flower Still Life
Located in Belmont, MA
F. Fleury, mid-19th century, flower still life with blue and white delft vase, oil on canvas, signed: "F.Fleury". The painting will be send from Europe. Shipping to Boston included.
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1840s French Romantic Antique Floral Chintz

Materials

Canvas

'Gracie' Flower Light Mirror
Located in London, GB
Freestanding mirror with flower lights. Delicate gold brass flowers and leaves encircle our dramatic freestanding light mirror. Each flower is finished with a ruby or emerald centre ...
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2010s British Mid-Century Modern Floral Chintz

Materials

Brass

Modern Flower Dark Wood Dining Chair By Nika Zupanc
By Qeeboo, Nika Zupanc
Located in Origgio (VA), IT
X chair is born from the iconic symbol of the "x", a characteristic element of the design of the back of the chair with which no other line interferes. The goal of the Slovenian desi...
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21st Century and Contemporary Italian Modern Floral Chintz

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Plastic, Wood

Hand Carved Wood Floral Ball Table by Sarreid Ltd
By Sarreid Ltd.
Located in Stamford, CT
Exquisite wood floral ball table by Sarreid Ltd of Spain, circa 1960. Hand carved solid wood form with exceptional detail. Forged brass stops secure the glass tabletop. Subtly staine...
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1960s Spanish Vintage Floral Chintz

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Wood

Large English Porcelain Charger with Floral Relief, circa 1890
Located in New York, NY
Large English porcelain charger with floral relief, circa 1890. Impressed Worcester Royal Porcelain on the back.
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1890s English Antique Floral Chintz

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Porcelain

Pair of Continental School Floral Still Life Paintings on Copper
Located in Dallas, TX
Lovely pair of Continental floral still life paintings done on copper. Beautiful gilt wood frames as well. A fine accessory for your home.
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Early 20th Century Floral Chintz

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Copper

19th Century Pair of French Floral Upholstered Chairs
Located in Marbella, ES
19th century pair of French floral upholstered chairs.
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Late 20th Century French Floral Chintz

Materials

Wood

Schumacher Pyne Hollyhock Floral Chintz Indigo Two-Sided Cotton Pillow
By Schumacher
Located in New York, NY
This 18" x 18" pillow features our Pyne Hollyhock print, one of Schumacher's most iconic and sought-after designs. Shown here in Indigo and finished with self welt edges, this chintz...
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21st Century and Contemporary Thai Modern Floral Chintz

Materials

Cotton

Schumacher X Veere Grenney Betty Chintz Quiet Pink Two-Sided Cotton Pillow
By Veere Grenney, Schumacher
Located in New York, NY
This 18" x 18" pillow features Betty Chintz in Quiet Pink paired with a Gustave Silk Lip Cord Narrow in Blush. A lush tangle of tulips, roses, and ranuncu...
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21st Century and Contemporary British Modern Floral Chintz

Materials

Cotton

Schumacher Pyne Hollyhock Floral Chintz Blush Wallpaper
By Schumacher, Albert Hadley
Located in New York, NY
This chintz pattern was famously used by designer Albert Hadley for his client Nancy Pyne. It's one of our most sought-after designs. Since Schumacher was founded in 1889, our fami...
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21st Century and Contemporary American Modern Floral Chintz

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Paper

Schumacher Pyne Hollyhock Floral Chintz Grisaille Wallpaper
By Schumacher, Albert Hadley
Located in New York, NY
This chintz pattern was famously used by designer Albert Hadley for his client Nancy Pyne. It's one of our most sought-after designs. Since Schumacher was founded in 1889, our fami...
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21st Century and Contemporary American Modern Floral Chintz

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Paper

French Baroque Style Chintz-Upholstered Daybed, circa 1940s
Located in Isle Sur La Sorgue, Vaucluse
Rather theatrical and glamorous daybed with a sweeping S-shaped top, raised on large turned baluster legs. The structure is painted in an elegant light green, and has been newly upholstered in vintage chintz.
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Mid-20th Century French Baroque Floral Chintz

A French Antique Limoges Hand Painted Porcelain Floral Plaque
Located in Los Angeles, CA
A French Antique Limoges Hand Painted Porcelain Floral Plaque France, Circa 1900 Marked on back: D & C France d Dimensions: Width: 14.75", Heig...
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Early 20th Century French Floral Chintz

Small French Folding Screen With Floral Tapestry
Located in Dallas, TX
Small Provincial folding screen with 4 arch-top panels with short cabriole legs inset with floral tapestry.
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Early 20th Century French Louis XV Floral Chintz

Materials

Brass

Room Size American Hooked Rug with Soft Colors
Located in Milan, IT
Following the fashion in the U.S.A. for French Aubusson and Savonnerie carpets at the turn of the previous century, workshops were commissioned to weave hooked rugs in this style. Th...
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Early 20th Century American American Craftsman Floral Chintz

Materials

Wool

Early American Hooked Floral Rug, 1880's
Located in Milan, IT
Decorated by a floral pattern inspired by French Aubussons and Savonneries, this rare American hooked carpet is very finely woven using coloured...
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19th Century American Colonial Revival Antique Floral Chintz

Materials

Wool

Set of 4 French Regence Red Floral Aubusson Side Chairs
Located in New York, NY
Set of 4 French Regence style (19th Cent) walnut high back side chairs with carved stretcher and upholstered red floral Aubusson seat and back.
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19th Century Regency Antique Floral Chintz

Materials

Upholstery, Walnut

Large 19th Century Suite of Louis XV Style Aubusson Tapestry Chairs and Settee
Located in Dallas, TX
Beautiful 19th century French large suite consisting of a settee and 4 arm chairs and two side chairs. Original painted grey with parcel gilt details. Beautiful Aubusson tapestry wit...
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Late 19th Century French Louis XV Antique Floral Chintz

Materials

Tapestry

Antique Sofa Louis XV, Covered with Authentic Perfect Aubusson Tapestry
Located in Alessandria, Piemonte
1910/M, Museum quality antique sofa, coating with an authentic Aubusson old tapestry. Unique piece! It has been completely unlined, in order to change ...
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Late 18th Century Italian Louis XV Antique Floral Chintz

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Wood

17th Century Traditional French Aubusson Style Flat-Weave Rug
Located in Secaucus, NJ
Handwoven recreation of the Classic French flat-weave Aubusson rugs that have been found in the finest homes and palaces since the late 17th century. Size 6' x 9'.
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17th Century Chinese Aubusson Antique Floral Chintz

Materials

Wool

Antique American Hooked Rug with French Aubusson Style
Located in Dallas, TX
74344 Antique American Hooked rug with French Aubusson style. This antique American hand hooked rug with French Aubusson style features a decorative winter and spring floral bouquet ...
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Late 19th Century American Aubusson Antique Floral Chintz

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Wool

French 19th Century Framed Floral Oil on Canvas Painting Depicting Roses
Located in Atlanta, GA
A French framed oil on canvas floral painting from the 19th century, depicting roses. Born in France during the 19th century, this exquisite oil on canvas painting features a delicat...
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19th Century French Antique Floral Chintz

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Canvas, Giltwood, Paint

17th Century Traditional French Aubusson Style Flat-Weave Rug
Located in Secaucus, NJ
Handwoven recreation of the Classic French flat-weave Aubusson rugs that have been found in the finest homes and palaces since the late 17th century. Size 10' x 14' 4''.
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17th Century Chinese Aubusson Antique Floral Chintz

Materials

Wool

17th Century Traditional French Aubusson Sytle Flat-Weave Rug
Located in Secaucus, NJ
Handwoven recreation of the Classic French flat-weave Aubusson rugs that have been found in the finest homes and palaces since the late 17th century. Size 9' 11'' x 13' 10''.
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17th Century Chinese Aubusson Antique Floral Chintz

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Wool

Antique French Aubusson Rug, circa 1890, 8' x 9'
Located in New York, NY
Antique French Aubusson rug, circa 1890. Aubusson carpets are pile less and tapestry woven from that town to the southwest of Paris, by a group of independent weavers working under Royal or State protection. The designs are strictly classical, neoclassical or Victorian. They are virtually never “oriental”. The pattern wefts are wool with silk and/or metal thread for details in the more finely woven examples. Sizes tend toward the squarish and pieces 30’ by 30’ are not unknown. The 18th-19th century French clients included the nobility and haute bourgeoisie. Aubusson carpets were also exported to England and are often to be found in country houses. Light colors are the most popular and dark toned pieces are very rare. Besides traditional Louis furniture...
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19th Century French Aubusson Antique Floral Chintz

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Wool

Large Square Antique French Aubusson, circa 1890 19'7 x 20'9
Located in Secaucus, NJ
A difficult to find square Aubusson, with a wonderful composition. The central ivory medallion enclosed in a swirl of soft rose colored vines all surrounded by a glorious border in s...
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19th Century French Aubusson Antique Floral Chintz

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Wool

668 - Aubusson French Antique Textile , 19th century.
By Royal Manufacture of Aubusson
Located in Paris, FR
Textile of the Royal Manufacture of Aubusson of the 19th century. Representation of some flowers. Perfect state of preservation. Reinforced by a fabric on the back of the work Dimen...
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1840s French Romantic Antique Floral Chintz

Materials

Wool

Flowers
By Cristina Torrecilla
Located in Madrid, ES
Flowers illustration that brig you the joy, light, colors of summer
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2010s Other Art Style Floral Chintz

Materials

Digital

Oil on Board Painting of Still Life with Flowers in Urn
Located in New York, NY
Oil on board painting of still life with flowers in urn. Apparently unsigned. Measures: Height 38", width 28", depth 2" including frame. Height 32", width 22" without frame dime...
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19th Century Antique Floral Chintz

Materials

Wood

Large Spanish "Bodegon" Still Live Oil on Canvas Painting with Flowers & Fruits
Located in Marbella, ES
Large size Spanish "bodegon" still live oil on canvas painting with flowers, fruits and birds.
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Late 20th Century Spanish Floral Chintz

Materials

Canvas

Antique Paris Porcelain Flower Encrusted or Schneeballen Bottle by Jacob Petit
By Jacob Petit
Located in Philadelphia, PA
A rare, antique French porcelain bottle or decanter by Jacob Petit. With typical Meissen style "Schneeballen" overall flower encrusted decoration, figural flower encrusted handles...
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19th Century French Rococo Antique Floral Chintz

Materials

Porcelain

19th Century French Majolica Platter Bird and Flowers Longwy
By Faïenceries et Emaux de Longwy
Located in Austin, TX
Charming 19th century French majolica painted platter bird and white daisy and poppies signed Longwy. Impressionist period.
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1890s French Aesthetic Movement Antique Floral Chintz

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Ceramic

19th Century French Painted Tole Flowers in Giltwood Bases
Located in Southampton, NY
19th century French painted tole flowers in giltwood bases.
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19th Century French Napoleon III Antique Floral Chintz

Materials

Tôle

Vertical Garden Rose Flower Wall, Artificial Greenery, Indoor Use, Italy
By VG design and laboratory department
Located in Treviso, Treviso
Flower walls are a luxury trend and a preciousness icon. Our flower designers select each piece carefully and set them up by hand, following the customers request. Technical info...
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2010s Italian Modern Floral Chintz

Materials

Polyester, Wood

7 antique b&g bing & grøndahl deep plates. Hand painted with flowers
Located in Copenhagen, DK
7 antique b&g bing & grøndahl deep plates. Hand painted with flowers. Soup/pasta plates. Measures: 19.5 cm. x 4 cm. deep. 1860 / 70s. In very good conditio...
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1860s Danish Biedermeier Antique Floral Chintz

Pair of French 19th Century Painted Tole Flowers
Located in Southampton, NY
Pair of 19th century French painted tole flowers in a wooden painted vase.
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19th Century French Antique Floral Chintz

Materials

Tôle

Rose Magnus Still Life Painting Oil on Canvas in Original Giltwood Frame
Located in Miami, FL
Original painting by listed British artist, Rose Magnus (1859-1900). Her artwork art on display in museums in Sheffield. Stunning traditional work in this ...
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1890s English Late Victorian Antique Floral Chintz

Materials

Giltwood, Canvas, Paint

French Majolica Flowers Basket With Bird Jean Massier, circa 1890
Located in Austin, TX
French Majolica flowers (pansies and daisies) basket with bird signed Jean Massier, circa 1890.
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1890s French French Provincial Antique Floral Chintz

Materials

Ceramic

Midcentury French Painted Iron and Tole Chandelier with Flowers
Located in Antwerp, BE
This elegant, midcentury chandelier was crafted in France, circa 1960. The charming hanging light fixture has five lights and is embellished with realistic blue flowers and green lea...
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Mid-20th Century French Mid-Century Modern Floral Chintz

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Metal

Antique Print of a Flower Bouquet by Villain, circa 1850
Located in Langweer, NL
Antique map titled 'Bouquet No. 4'. Beautiful color lithograph by Villain of a flower bouquet. Published by Schroth, Paris.
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Mid-19th Century Antique Floral Chintz

Materials

Paper

GAN Canevas Square Flowers Pouf by Charlotte Lancelot
By Charlotte Lancelot, GAN Rugs
Located in New York, NY
Charlotte Lancelot revisits a classic. Technique: a cross, a pixel. Carpets, poufs and cushions made using a perforated soft felt base with interwoven threads of wool in a range of c...
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21st Century and Contemporary Indian Modern Floral Chintz

Materials

Foam

Flower Power Poppy Chandelier, cm h 80 d 60, Italy
By VG-VGnewtrend
Located in Treviso, Treviso
Flower Power is an ode to the spring, an enchanting awakening of nature featuring bright colours and delicate nuances. Flower Power is a triumph of flowers, which illuminates unique ...
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2010s Italian Modern Floral Chintz

Materials

Steel

Majolica Flowers Plate Schultz Cilli, circa 1900
By Schütz Cilli
Located in Austin, TX
Lovely Majolica pink and purple flowers plate signed Schultz Cilli, circa 1900, Art Nouveau style and period.
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Early 1900s Art Nouveau Antique Floral Chintz

Materials

Ceramic

Seletti "Flowers" Upholstered Armchair by Toiletpaper Magazine
By Toiletpaper, Seletti
Located in Doral, FL
The Traditional Design of these 1950s style seats are upholstered with unexpected surreal images. The images of the Toiletpaper magazine invade fu...
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21st Century and Contemporary Modern Floral Chintz

Materials

Polyester, Wood

19th Century Italian Naive Flower Painting
Located in Vosselaar, BE
A anonymous Italian 19th century flower painting, oil on wood. The flowers in a gold colored bouquet vase with a scrolled base. Resting o...
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Mid-19th Century Italian Antique Floral Chintz

Materials

Wood

Multicolor Flowers Basket Murano Glass Ceiling Light
By Barovier&Toso
Located in Rome, IT
Amazing Mid-Century Modern hand blown Italian flush mount chandelier featuring overlapping multi-color crystal flowers, mounted on a webbed white painted frame. Measures: Height ...
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1950s Italian Mid-Century Modern Vintage Floral Chintz

Materials

Blown Glass

Still Life Vase with Flowers
Located in Vienna, AT
Oil on canvas, work made in Austria in the 1960s. Signed on the corner by unknown artist.
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1960s Austrian Vintage Floral Chintz

Flower Power Manzanita Chandelier, Italy
By VG design and laboratory department
Located in Treviso, Treviso
Flower power is an ode to the spring, an enchanting awakening of nature featuring bright colours and delicate nuances. Flower power is a triumph of flowers, which illuminates unique ...
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2010s Italian Modern Floral Chintz

Materials

Steel

Flower Power Tulip Chandelier, Italy
By VG-VGnewtrend
Located in Treviso, Treviso
Flower Power is an ode to the spring, an enchanting awakening of nature featuring bright colours and delicate nuances. Flower Power is a triumph of flowers, which illuminates unique ...
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2010s Italian Modern Floral Chintz

Materials

Steel

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