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Canvas

Scope note

Use for closely woven textile made in various weights, usually of flax, hemp, jute, or cotton, used especially for sails, tarpaulins, awnings, upholstery, and as a support for oil painting. Also used for a latticelike mesh made of similar material, used as a needlepoint foundation.

This term has 993 records attributed within our system.

Connected records

An image of Sampler

Sampler

Accession Number: T.37-1938

An image of Painting

The Vision of Fray Lauterio

Accession Number: 100

An image of Painting

Chez Vernet

Accession Number: PD.92-1974

An image of Painting

The Lion of St Mark

Accession Number: PD.17-1959

An image of Painting

The Trapeze

Accession Number: 2410

An image of Painting

Reddi Painting

Accession Number: PD.31-2000

An image of Painting

The Great Belzoni

Accession Number: PD.1-2019

An image of Painting

La Liseuse

Accession Number: 1527

An image of Painting

Lainey's Garden (The Garden of Love)

Accession Number: 2726

An image of Painting

Sir William Nicholson

Accession Number: 1641

An image of Painting

A vase of flowers

Accession Number: PD.93-1973

An image of Painting

Portrait of a man

Accession Number: PD.79-1972

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