La signature des vêtements les plus vénérés de la création
Du 29 juin 2018 au 2 février 2019
Lacis Museum of Lace and Textiles
2982 Adeline St, Berkeley
This exhibition looks at the development of the Boteh motif and Paisley shawl from the late sixteenth to the late nineteenth century. Designs in the Mughal period were based on naturalistic forms and flowering plants, evolving into an increasingly symbolic style. This was followed by the cone shape and then with the elongated forms following a stylised representation of the boteh.