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Old January 29th, 2012, 10:27 AM   #22
Pierre Galafassi
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Hi Filiberto,
I have looked for these (perpendicular or oblique) lines too, without finding them.
But what else can it be?
It does not really have the structure expected from a rug, does it?
Intarsia or marquetry? The colors seem much too saturated and bright for such wood-inlay techniques.
Stone inlay? Unlikely, despite the Florentine mastery of this technique?
Textiles?
A painter's invention?
Best regards
Pierre
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