textile art is one of the most underrepresented art forms. all types of fabric take dyes differently. all dyes need to be mixed with exact precision. it becomes so intense that sometimes it's impossible to replicate anything over again. the artists behind this amazing, intricate work are hardly recognized for their talents.

we all know i love color and it's obvious i have fallen so in love with these fabrics from italy. no two cloths are the same. these small differences in color are what hooked me. mark rothko.

hand printed italian cotton by bertozzi. photo by re-source designs.

hand printed italian cotton by bertozzi. photo by re-source designs.

hand printed italian cotton by bertozzi. photo by re-source designs.

hand printed italian cotton by bertozzi. photo by re-source designs.

hand printed italian cotton by bertozzi. photo by re-source designs.

hand printed italian cotton by bertozzi. photo by re-source designs.

hand printed italian cotton by bertozzi. photo by re-source designs.

hand printed italian cotton by bertozzi. photo by re-source designs.

hand printed italian cotton by bertozzi. photo by re-source designs.

hand printed italian cotton by bertozzi. photo by re-source designs.

hand printed italian cotton by bertozzi. photo by re-source designs.

hand printed italian cotton by bertozzi. photo by re-source designs.

hand printed italian cotton by bertozzi. photo by re-source designs.

hand printed italian cotton by bertozzi. photo by re-source designs.

hand printed italian cotton by bertozzi. photo by re-source designs.

hand printed italian cotton by bertozzi. photo by re-source designs.

everything here is purchased from il casale di cristina in siena, but the linens are hand printed by the bertozzi family since 1920! 

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