APPLIQUE ART

Mongol applique, characterized by unique Mongolian styled designs and outstanding needlework, evolved from the early art of Xiongnu (Hunnu period 3rd century B.C) felt embroidery. Although this art form dates back to a 2,000 year old Mongolian tradition, it has not significantly developed outside of Mongolia. The museum collections include classical works of embroidery from the 19th and 20th centuries. These works are similar to Thangka paintings in their composition, color and content, but are unique in so far as their production requires extreme investments of time and effort, considerable patience and meticulous stitching of silk by artistic seamstresses. The applique is unique in its splendor and color detail. Its creation involving the contrasting of different colors of silk, embroidering with silk thread, and inlaying with the utmost precision to create an effect entirely different from that of drawings and paintings.

The Mongol applique is produced based on an original drawing to form templates for the fabric. These are then fastened onto individually selected pieces of silk. Next the silk shapes are quilted together and affixed to a silk background with a border. Finally, string is affixed to the quilt for hanging and dowel is inserted at the bottom to provide a weight.

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