Happy wednesday everyone 😊
Hope your week is going well and that YOU are doing well...
Now its wednesday so that means we are halfway through the week, and we can share our #wednesdaywalk with @tattoodjay and ya'll 😉👍
So here is my walk through amazing colors that bought back memories, and also fits well cause we getting closer to christmas.
Printed textiles from the 20th century!
The tradition of decorating our homes for christmas is old.
The first printed christmas tablecloths appeared in the 1920's
In 1950's colour and designs became bolder
and textile artists were more engaged in the production.
Even tho many extraordinary designers have composed the most amazing tablecloths and hanging tapestrirs, printed christmas textiles have previously not received much attention.
The exhibition is a result of the cultural historians Anna Lundqvists and Marie Odenbring Widemarks extensive survey of printed christmas textiles.
The exhibition has been created in collabotation with the textile Museum in Borås, Västarvet and Östergötlands museum.
I love this kind of things and I guess its mostly cause I grew up with a grandmother that loved to Sew, knit and crochet different motifs on different canvases and paintings.
Even my mom has always been doing this and made many beautiful patterns and canvases. So it was fun to see her light up and we talked about what we recognized the most here at the museum.
Things we grow up with that was at home or at the mother and father parents houses 😉
This is one I seen much of as a kid, my grandparents had it and I think some of my cousins to. Definitly a favorite of mine!
Those ones are truly amazing and one stood out to me cause I remember seeing it before 😉
I can't really place where I seen it before but probably also a family member who had it in their home.
This was such a cool place to walk and look at so much colourful textiles, and decorated tables.
This is also a wiew I reminder, we used to have one of these candlesticks and I still love them alot.
Inspiering and really was a walk through memory lane, this wiew was also familiar.
Amazing wiew and I just had to capture one of those gorgeous old windows that is all around in this klosterdam museum.
Another thing that I loved was that looking up at the roof gave you just as much joy as looking at the textiles on the walls.
So here are some beautiful pics of hanging tapestries.
Isn't this just a beautiful wiew? 😍
I stood there long time and watched through all the amazing artwork and so did my mom.
And here are some of my favorite pictures of christmas textiles on walls that was put up!
Pretty and also reminds me a little about tablecloths we use to have.
This was a favorite wiew, and the one with the house with many levels got my attention alot...
Its amazing how anyone can make such beautiful motives, and I know the amount of time and patience it takes from watching my Mother and grandmother.
And here is my last picture, I hope you liked it as much as I did and Mabye you saw some tablecloths and textiles that you remember to? 😉👍
Thank you for sharing this with me guys 😉🙏appriciate it alot!
I can't belive its already december and chritmas is closing in on us 😜 lol
My source of the history was from this written Wall
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