Translation of Medium: Kesi Meets Painting

  • Jean Kares
  • Published 2017


ions, and “filled ground” repeating motif strategies of tapestry, yet while shapes repeat they are not fixed in rigidly recurring sequences. Through this process of translation, by virtue of taking on the language of painting, the language of tapestry itself changed. Several examples of major tapestries from the seventeenth century are distinct from… (More)


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@inproceedings{Kares2017TranslationOM, title={Translation of Medium: Kesi Meets Painting}, author={Jean Kares}, year={2017} }