Matching Results: Needlework Designs
This beautiful advanced cross stitch chart is Leonetto Cappiello’s Bitter Campari – Devambez which was completed in 1921.
An exotic woman with peacock feathers in her hair rides a bucking zebra that has been scared by a hissing cobra. W.T. Benda, the artist, was known for his depiction of exotic and beautiful women. Benda was a prolific graphic artist, illustrator, mask maker and costume designer who left us many beautiful pieces of art to enjoy. This is an advanced cross stitch design of the cover of the November 30, 1922 Life Magazine.
This is an advanced cross stitch design of Flags on 57th, Winter by Frederick Childe Hassam. The original artwork was completed in 1918.
A happy little girl gazes at her carved pumpkin as she prepares for Halloween.
This beautiful, stylized advanced cross stitch chart was created from an illustration by J.C. Leyendecker called The S.S. Leviathan which was completed in 1918.
This advanced cross stitch design was created from a vintage illustration called Dans Les Coulisses by Henri Boutet. Dans les Coulisses translates to mean “In the wings.” Boutet was a famous Art Nouveau illustrator in France. The illustration was originally published in L’Estampe Moderne in 1897.
This advanced cross stitch design was created from Flags on the Waldorf, a painting by Frederick Childe Hassam completed in 1916. The original artwork resides at the Amon Carter Museum of American Art in Fort Worth, TX.
Two angels stand on a sliver of the moon carrying gifts and a Christmas Tree. This advanced Serenity Stitchworks cross stitch design was created from a vintage postcard.
Three merry little mice are busy trimming the Christmas Tree. This advanced cross stitch design was created from a vintage Victorian postcard.
This is a beautiful advanced cross stitch design of Luna by Evelyn de Morgan.