RFP5W5YT–Geometric patterned and painted bed in bedroom with decoratively stenciled Gothic-styleborder
RFS11GDM–Cat amongst the bedclothes
RFA02P6T–White bedcover on single bed in small Scandinavian country bedroom blue ceiling
RMWP528X–Cotton bedcover fabric in shop, cochin, kerala, india
RM2F3MCJ7–Blue bedcovers under artwork reading 'success' in bedroom of residential house, Denmark.
RM2HJ2FYD–Palampore late 18th century This type of dyed cloth, known as a palampore (from palangposh, the Hindi term for bedcover), was made in abundance in India for foreign markets in the late seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, and their decoration, often with a central tree laden with fruits and birds, combined patterns from English embroideries, Chinese decorative objects, and Indian textiles. In Europe, they were used as bedcovers and were also hung on the walls of bedrooms. In Southeast Asia, where this piece might have been traded, such textiles were displayed during religious ceremonies.. Pal
RM2E6TD37–Hannah Hann, who underwent transplant surgery to receive a kidney from her husband Jim (R) in February, adjusts her bedcovers while waiting for tests at Georgetown University Hospital in Washington May 18, 2009. When Jim Hann learned he would be laid off, he scheduled surgery to donate a kidney to his wife. Hann was one of those trying to compensate for losing health insurance in a country where unemployment often means going without coverage. Picture taken May 18, 2009. To match feature USA-HEALTHCARE/UNINSURED REUTERS/Hyungwon Kang (UNITED STATES HEALTH POLITICS)
RM2HH6R8Y–Phebe Warner Coverlet ca. 1803 Probably Sarah Furman Warner Williams American Made in about 1803 for Phebe Warner of New York, this bedcover's design relates more closely to eighteenth-century sources than to those of the nineteenth century. The maker was influenced by the central flowering-tree motif common to popular imported Indian bed hangings, called 'palampores,' as well as by the pastoral landscape needlework pictures often worked by young women. The coverlet's linen ground is appliquéd with large-patterned cotton chintzes and printed linens, as well as smaller-patterned cotton calicos
RMFRY70Y–Dhaka, Dhaka, Bangladesh. 24th Mar, 2016. A man washes TB patients' bedcovers near the National Institute of Diseases of Chest and Hospital on World Tuberculosis Day in Dhaka, Bangladesh, Thursday, March 24, 2016. Tuberculosis (TB) is a worldwide public health problem. The incident of TB is much higher in developing countries such as Bangladesh. The country ranks sixth among 22 highest burden TB countries in the world. The World Health Organization estimates that approximately 570000 people are currently suffering from TB disease in Bangladesh. Every year more than 300,000 people develop T
RM2HHX12R–Branches and Vines Quilt ca. 1875 Ernestine Eberhardt Zaumseil American Working in the later years of the nineteenth century, Ernestine Zaumseil created this extraordinary quilt employing the Tree of Life pattern, a design that has been popular for use on bedcovers since the seventeenth century. The first Tree of Life bedcovers, called “palampores”, were of Indian origin and featured a stylized tree bearing fantastical fruits and flowers. An Indian palampore makes up the central panel of quilt 2014.263 in the American Wing's collection. In Zaumseil’s quilt, the trees and branches are much more
RFW819BY–The heap of embroidered textiles, tapestries and bedcovers with colorful floral and authentic patterns in shop of Vakil Bazaar, Shiraz, Iran
RM2HH3F69–Bedcover with appliqued crewel embroidery motifs ca. 1760 original embroidery Member of the Cabot family Eighteenth-century American embroidered domestic furnishings, such as curtains and bedcovers, are rare survivals, and most examples are found preserved in museums. The Met is lucky to have quite a number of pieces, collected between 1922 and the present day (22.55, 24.188, 44.140. 61.48.1,.2, 2000.205). Few pieces, whether bedcovers, bed curtains, or indeed items of embroidered clothing, are in pristine original condition—this type of embroidery was considered so valuable, and so evocative
RMPFFJH9–Pile of folded wool blankets and throws, side view
RMB39KC1–Man 40s under quilt
RF2AFHBJM–Senior white couple asleep in their bed, close up, vertical
RMH9PAG8–Bedroom with four poster bed at Antony House, showing drapes, dressing table, chest and a portrait.
RMMFWW1J–Partial view of an illuminated bedroom
RMW2YF20–money stash under mattress
RM2G00GAR–Woman on her deathbed. The eyes in this woman’s gaunt and sunken face seem unnaturally large. De Gheyn clearly focused on her face and folded hands, portraying them in great detail. The clothing and bedcovers, in contrast, are depicted much more sketchily.
RFKFD4CX–EXUMA, Bahamas. A bedroom at the Fowl Cay Resort.
RFA02P8M–White bedcover on single bed with overhead light in small Scandinavian country bedroom with large picture on wall
RMPB9PJT–Branches and Vines Quilt. Culture: American. Dimensions: 88 × 86 in. (223.5 × 218.4 cm). Maker: Ernestine Eberhardt Zaumseil (American, 1828-1904). Date: ca. 1875. Working in the later years of the nineteenth century, Ernestine Zaumseil created this extraordinary quilt employing the Tree of Life pattern, a design that has been popular for use on bedcovers since the seventeenth century. The first Tree of Life bedcovers, called 'palampores', were of Indian origin and featured a stylized tree bearing fantastical fruits and flowers. An Indian palampore makes up the central panel of quilt 2014.263
RMJGEFCY–Modern bedroom with pastel bedcovers
RMTYCJBX–Haende, alte Frau, Symbolfoto
RFF2WXCJ–Lace edged bedcovers on twin beds with turned spindles in nineties bedroom
RMGCC0FD–An installation by artist Tracey Emin titled To Meet My Past (2002) is displayed for the first time in the UK at the Victoria and Albert museum, London.
RMAP616M–Bed Sheets at Dawn
RMM403JT–Italy, Basilicata, Matera, Sassi di Matera, Historical Casa Grotta di Vico Solitario
RF2HW9A4M–Art inspired by Branches and Vines Quilt, ca. 1875, Made in Pekin, Illinois, United States, American, Cotton, silk, and wool, 88 × 86 in. (223.5 × 218.4 cm), Textiles, Ernestine Eberhardt Zaumseil (American, 1828–1904), Working in the later years of the nineteenth century, Ernestine, Classic works modernized by Artotop with a splash of modernity. Shapes, color and value, eye-catching visual impact on art. Emotions through freedom of artworks in a contemporary way. A timeless message pursuing a wildly creative new direction. Artists turning to the digital medium and creating the Artotop NFT
RMBAG9HP–Private House, United Kingdom, Architect Unknown, Private house detail of baby room.
RMPFFJED–Two folded white anti-allergenic duvets, side view
RMC2MDKC–Inside Out, London.
RF2AFHBK4–Senior white couple asleep in their bed, waist up, close up
RFWMEHH9–Old wooden bed (dormitory) in a non-touristic part of Madagascar
RMMFWTW5–Double bed with patterned bed cover below artwork
RF2AHXN58–Bedcover hanging out of windows of an house in the medina of Tiznit
RFTTTF74–EXUMA, Bahamas. A bedroom at the Fowl Cay Resort.
RM2AHTGB6–Bedcover. 1778. United States. Wool, plain weave, glazed (calimanco); quilted with silk thread The history of this bedcover indicates that it was made in 1778 for the dowry chest of Eliza Ann Hunnewell. Bedcovers, the majority of which were quilted or pieced, represent a significant part of a girl’s dowry or hope chest. The chest would include multiple bedcovers, often with one particularly ornate and finely executed example, made for or by a young woman of marriageable age.
RFWXRHF7–Boy peeking out from under bedcovers
RMPAAE84–Phebe Warner Coverlet. Culture: American. Dimensions: 103 1/4 x 90 1/2 in. (262.3 x 229.9 cm). Maker: Probably Sarah Furman Warner Williams (born 1764). Date: ca. 1803. Made in about 1803 for Phebe Warner of New York, this bedcover's design relates more closely to eighteenth-century sources than to those of the nineteenth century. The maker was influenced by the central flowering-tree motif common to popular imported Indian bed hangings, called 'palampores,' as well as by the pastoral landscape needlework pictures often worked by young women. The coverlet's linen ground is appliquéd with larg
RMM7A6MF–1950s original old vintage advertisement advertising Vantona Court Bedcovers of Manchester in magazine circa 1950
RFF2WXCG–Lace edged bedcovers on twin beds with turned spindles in nineties bedroom
RMC2PHHD–D Hotel, Drogheda, near Dublin, Ireland.
RFE891MA–Pink quilts and floral bedcovers and headboards on twin beds in French country bedroom with floral wallpaper
RM2HX65D0–Squirrel Haven - Feather Bed.... The dove has long been the symbol of romance - billing and cooing, you know - but the romance is likely to be scared out of most people when a covey of these birds whir into the air from under the bedcovers. Mr. Carrer is always expecting something drastic. That's why he can smile. November 15, 1942. (Photo by Sam Shere, International News Photos).
RMJGEE49–Pink Toile de Jouy quilt on bed with blue striped pillow and sheet
RMBAG9HT–Private House, United Kingdom, Architect Unknown, Private house detail of bed.
RFB6XHFK–Velvet bedcover on half tester bed with wall lights and cream drapes in dark red bedroom
RM2H6AY6K–Panel (Furnishing Fabric), England, 1856. Roller-printed cotton cloth with butterfly motif, to be cut down the middle and used as borders for bedcovers and furnishings. Printed and manufactured by Lancaster Prints.
RF2AFHBJX–Brother and sister having fun bouncing on their parents’ bed in their pyjamas, full length
RFWE6HDM–Old wooden bed (dormitory) in a non-touristic part of Madagascar
RMMFWWYX–View of an elegant bedroom
RMET0H8C–Interior of bedroom in deccan odysy luxury railway train ; Bombay ; Mumbai ; Maharashtra ; India
RF2AJ1F1P–Bedcover hanging out of windows of an house in the medina of Tiznit
RM2AHT5JJ–Mercy Post (Maker). Bedcover. 1824. New York. Wool, twill weave; embroidered with wool in detached chain, Roumanian, satin, surface satin and stem stitches; edged with buttonhole-stitched loops and woven cut fringe As the 19th century progressed, embroidered wool bedcovers became unfashionable, and there was a noticeable decline in their production. Jacquard woven coverlets and quilts made with commercially produced textiles and stylish imported textiles replaced the once-popular wool embroidered bedcovers.
RF2CD0WT7–smiling african american woman showing blank screen in bed at home
RMKKM1AF–1937 UK Magazine Vantona bedcovers Advert
RM2G3P015–Old wooden bed (dormitory)
RMEC7P61–The night mare. Cartoon shows a scantily clad woman asleep on a bed, a little man sitting on her chest pulling back her see-through covers, as one of her arms hangs to the floor near a chamber pot (written on it: 'Source of Nile') and a book on a chair titled 'Bruces Travels.'
RMBDD2N1–Irma Wilson in MGM's Ziegfeld Girl
RMC2PH8A–Courthouse Hotel Kempinski, London
RMAG85CX–Vietnam Mai Chau: Tourist and local people toasting
RMC2PHE6–D Hotel, Drogheda, near Dublin, Ireland.
RMPB20RX–Wholecloth coverlet. Culture: American. Dimensions: 93 1/4 x 87 3/4 in. (236.9 x 222.9 cm). Date: ca. 1830. This coverlet consists of four panels of green printed cotton stitched together. Two are full panels, each measuring twenty-five inches selvedge to selvedge. The piece has no filling, backing, or binding. The top and bottom edges of the corner ends of the piece are partially machine stitched, and one side is unfinished and has a torn edge. Museum: Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, USA.
RMC2PHF3–D Hotel, Drogheda, near Dublin, Ireland.
RFAC6395–Purple and gold curtains at window beside fitted wardrobe with mirrored door in apartment bedroom with purple bedcover
RMADYPAC–Three young women in shared bedroom
RF2AFHBJY–Senior white couple asleep in their bed, waist up, close up, vertical
RFWE6HE3–Old wooden bed (dormitory) in a non-touristic part of Madagascar
RMFF7C3H–furniture, bedroom, bed with Patchwork counterpane, late 1960s, , Additional-Rights-Clearences-Not Available
RMAW275R–Contemporary bedroom with colourful blanket in London apartment
RMET0H8D–Interior of bedroom in deccan odysy luxury railway train ; Bombay ; Mumbai ; Maharashtra ; India
RMD5AMD9–A farm house bed. -- South coast.
RM2AHWG5P–Lancaster Prints (Printer). Panel (Furnishing Fabric). 1856. England. Cotton, plain weave; engraved roller printed; glazed Produced in England at the Lancaster Prints establishment in the mid-19th century, this Panel of butterflies was meant to be cut down the middle and used as borders for quilted bedcovers and furnishings. At a time when shoddy manufacturing characterized textile production in the wake of the Industrial Revolution, this richly colored and beautifully designed panel which was created by the newly invented technique of roller-printing, attests to the high standards of design a
RM2AX2TAG–Epidemics; how to meet them . ake a Leg Bath Materials.— A pail two thirds full of water as hot asthe hand can well bear. A vessel containing a supplyof scalding water. A pitcher of hot, weak, unsweetenedlemonade. One or two heavy blankets. To secure thebest results, the patient should have assistance in tak-ing this treatment. Method.— Turn back the bedcovers, and place thebath at the side of the bed; disrobe, wrap up in theblankets, and sit on the side of the bed with the feet inthe pail of water, arranging the blankets around the pailso that no air from the outside can reach the skin. 38 Ep
RMD8HR21–young woman peeping from under bed covers
RM2G3P050–Old wooden bed (dormitory)
RMBAG9EW–18 Folgate Street, London, United Kingdom, Architect Unknown, 18 folgate street top floor bedroom.
RMABF7H0–eleven year old girl springs surprise on sister camping out on summer day in english garden
RMKC7XW8–Branches and Vines Quilt, Ernestine Eberhardt Zaumseil, ca. 1875
RMPWBNWR–Husband and wife asleep in bed, USA
RMATETR2–I'm Comfortable, Don't Bother Me
RMPAJMHM–Quilt. Culture: British. Dimensions: L. 84 x W. 70 inches (213.4 x 177.8 cm). Date: ca. 1788. Museum: Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, USA.
RMC2PHB1–D Hotel, Drogheda, near Dublin, Ireland.
RFB6XPEM–Velvet bedcover on half tester bed with lighted wall lights and cream drapes in dark red bedroom with marble fireplace
RMA3G357–Hotel/Restaurant Aiguaclara, old town of Begur, Americano-Indiano architecture, Costa Brava, Spain
RF2AFHB96–Mid adult man asleep in bed, alarm clock on the bedside table in the foreground, focus on foreground
RMP8TDHC–Air-conditioning on wall above fitted bed with patterned purple bedcover in coastal bedroom with fitted wardrobe
RFWE6HEA–Old wooden bed (dormitory) in a non-touristic part of Madagascar
RFP89XBA–Dark grey silk velvet patchwork quilt on bed piled with cushions in townhouse bedroom
RMET0HFJ–Interior of bedroom in deccan odysy luxury railway train ; Bombay ; Mumbai ; Maharashtra ; India
RMKWDJGD–BRANCHES AND VINES QUILT, by Ernestine Eberhardt Zaumsei. 1875, American crafts, textiles. Tree of Life pattern was a popular design for use on American bedcovers since the seventeenth century. The appliquéd leaves were traced leaves from actual trees and vines (BSLOC 2017 16 124)
RM2AHT5F4–Ursula Whittelsey (Maker). Bedcover. 1819. United States. Cotton, plain weave; quilted and stitched in trapunto technique The execution of this elegant bedcover required great skill and an immense commitment of time on the part of the maker. In the 18th century, white bedcovers were mainly a privilege of the wealthy, as they were difficult to keep clean, but American production of cotton reduced the monetary investment involved in whole cloth quilts. A direct descendent of John Whittlesey (1623–1704), an original settler of Saybrook, Connecticut, Ursula Whittlesey was the daughter of Ambrose W
RMEE4G2R–Woman in bed and getting angry with ringing alarm clock holds a pillow over her ears to deaden the noise
RMB21AH8–three star hotel room overlooking mediterranean sea sliema malta europe seaside valletta
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