Shawl from Deneirouse and Boisglavy


“There are tulips, roses, carnations, irises, hydrangea, and they form this sort of dense garden that weaves in and out of the paisley shapes.”

Shawl, c. 1849, Deneirouse and Boisglavy (French), goat fleece, silk, 158.8 × 374 cm (The Metropolitan Museum of Art) Video from The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Cite this page as: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, "Shawl from Deneirouse and Boisglavy," in Smarthistory, March 8, 2021, accessed July 30, 2021, https://smarthistory.org/shawl-deneirouse-boisglavy/.