By Perkins, George C.
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Dutch potters imitated Chinese and Japanese ware as closely as they could, and their lacquer-work is sometimes deceptively like the Eastern originals. Worsted hangings like those with their great Oriental treepatterns on mixed linen and cotton grounds embroidered in such large numbers in England in the later years of the 17th century, were also made in Holland. A set of curtains which left England for America a few years ago is recorded to have been made in Holland in 1688. Blackskinned figures of Chinese type are introduced.
The Spaniards approached China by way of South America and the Philippines, where they arrived in 1575, making the islands the headquarters of the Chinese traffic, the goods being carried there from the mainland by the Chinese. The annexation of Portugal to Spain in the year 1580 helped to merge the Far Eastern operations of the two The fruits of the Chinese traffic are seen in an countries into one. of 20 extraordinarily mixed type of embroidery found in Spain and Portugal in the 16th and 17th centuries.
Other examples of their use to be found in this volume are the imperial mantle (plate 3) and the Bodleian Bible (plate A few beads used for extra richness of colour, or to emphasise 6). special details, such as the eye, are sometimes very effective. In the 13th and 14th centuries there developed in German embroidery a liking for flat diapers. Whereas in the contemporary work of France, Italy or England, some attempt would be made to represent the draperies of figures as artists of the day saw them, in German work the contours enclosed spaces regarded by the worker as offering a legitimate field for pattern-filling.
A book of old embroidery by Perkins, George C.