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Red apples apple, food drink.

Red apples apple, food drink.

Copyright-free apple pictures. Free to use images of apples.

Kitten cushion stripes, animals.

Kitten cushion stripes, animals.

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Cushion
Cushion
Cushion Cover

Cushion Cover

Qing dynasty (1644–1911), Kangxi period (1662–1722)

Apparel made into cushion

Apparel made into cushion

This apparel and another in the Lehman Collection (1975.1.1894), from the front and back of a dalmatic (a liturgical vestment), have been backed with a modern silk fabric and finished as cushions. The embroider... more

Cushion
Cushion
Cushion
Yastik Cushion Cover

Yastik Cushion Cover

Rectangular silk velvets, such as this textile, would have been used to cover cushions, or yastik, on a low seating platform. They feature staggered rows of dramatic floral medallions set against a crimson grou... more

Cushion Cover (Yastik)

Cushion Cover (Yastik)

Velvet cushion covers with their bold patterning and limited color range are familiar textiles in museum collections. This velvet example, richly brocaded with metal thread, features a central medallion surroun... more

Cushion Cover (Yastik)

Cushion Cover (Yastik)

Costly velvet furnishing fabrics with glittering metal‑wrapped thread embellishment were used to adorn the interior of Ottoman royal palaces and the homes of the wealthy elite. This piece originally served as y... more

Part of a cope (?) made into a cushion

Part of a cope (?) made into a cushion

The dark red velvet that decorates this oblong cushion, heavily embroidered in a fully balanced and symmetrically arranged design worked over padding, was once probably part of a very large composition, perhaps... more

Chair Seat Cushion

Chair Seat Cushion

Italian or Spanish (17th century)

Cushion
Apparel made into cushion

Apparel made into cushion

This apparel and another in the Lehman Collection (1975.1.1896), which were made into cushions, originally formed part of the front and back of a dalmatic (a liturgical vestment). They are of dark red silk cut ... more

Apparel made into Cushion

Apparel made into Cushion

This apparel and another in the Lehman Collection (1975.1.1893), from the front and back of a dalmatic (a liturgical vestment), have been backed with a modern silk fabric and finished as cushions. The embroider... more

Apparel made into cushion

Apparel made into cushion

This apparel and another in the Lehman Collection (1975.1.1895), which were made into cushions, originally formed part of the front and back of a dalmatic (a liturgical vestment). They are of dark red silk cut ... more

Cushion Cover (Yastik)

Cushion Cover (Yastik)

Yastiks are cushion covers used by the Ottoman elite to decorate the interiors of their palaces. They are distinguished by their rectangular shape, a dominant red velvet background, and a composition framed on ... more

Cushion Cover (Yastik)

Cushion Cover (Yastik)

Rectangular silk velvets, such as this textile, would have been used to cover cushions, or yastik, on a low seating platform. They feature staggered rows of dramatic floral medallions set against a crimson grou... more

Cushion Cover (Yastik)

Cushion Cover (Yastik)

Yastiks are cushion covers used by the Ottoman elite to decorate the interiors of their palaces. They are distinguished by their rectangular shape, a dominant red velvet background, and a composition framed on ... more

Cushion Cover (Yastik)

Cushion Cover (Yastik)

Costly velvet furnishing fabrics with glittering metal-wrapped thread embellishment were used to adorn the interior of Ottoman royal palaces and the homes of the wealthy elite. This pieces originally served as ... more

Long cushion cover

Long cushion cover

This is one of the most popular Elizabethan embroidery designs; it appears in numerous variations on caps, bodices, skirts and cushions. The motifs were derived from pattern books, herbals, and samplers.

Cushion Cover (Yastik)

Cushion Cover (Yastik)

Yastiks are cushion covers used by the Ottoman elite to decorate the interiors of their palaces. They are distinguished by their rectangular shape, a dominant red velvet background, and a composition framed on ... more

Cushion, Short Coat and Fur of Tiger

Cushion, Short Coat and Fur of Tiger

Ryūryūkyo Shinsai (Japanese, active ca. 1799–1823) Edo period (1615–1868)

Cushion
Female Figure holding a Cushion

Female Figure holding a Cushion

Monogrammist VCP (Italian (?))

The Virgin seated on a stone ledge with the infant Christ lying on a cushion next to her, after Reni

The Virgin seated on a stone ledge with the infant Christ lying on a c...

After a painting by Reni. Verso is not visible as print is laid to another sheet of paper. Engraved by Jean Sauvé (French, active 1660–1691)

Pin cushion (part of a toilet service)

Pin cushion (part of a toilet service)

These objects are from a toilet set that also included a looking glass, a pair of candle snuffers, various small boxes and covered bowls, and two salvers. D., London

Cushion Cover (Yastik)

Cushion Cover (Yastik)

Attributed to Turkey

Cushion Cover

Cushion Cover

Qing dynasty (1644–1911)

Cushion Cover or Kneeling Mat

Cushion Cover or Kneeling Mat

Qing dynasty (1644–1911)

Cushion Cover for Throne

Cushion Cover for Throne

Qing dynasty (1644–1911), Kangxi period (1662–1722)

Cushion Cover

Cushion Cover

Attributed to Turkey, Bursa

Crutch Dagger (Zafar Takieh, "Cushion of Victory")
Cushion Cover

Cushion Cover

Attributed to present-day Greece, Janina

Oval Rug Or Cushion Cover

Oval Rug Or Cushion Cover

Qing dynasty (1644–1911)

Cushion Cover for Chair

Cushion Cover for Chair

Qing dynasty (1644–1911)

Cushion Cover or Kneeling Mat

Cushion Cover or Kneeling Mat

Qing dynasty (1644–1911)

Cushion Cover (Yastik)

Cushion Cover (Yastik)

Attributed to Turkey

Pin cushion

Pin cushion

Johann Jakob Schoap I (German, active 1725–1774)

The Virgin with the infant Christ seated on a cushion and the young Saint John the Baptist kissing his foot, an octagonal composition, after Reni

The Virgin with the infant Christ seated on a cushion and the young Sa...

Verso is not visible as print it laid to another sheet of paper. Engraved by Andrea Rossi (Italian, 1727–1775)

Border of a Cushion Cover

Border of a Cushion Cover

Attributed to Morocco, Fez

Cushion

Cushion

Qing dynasty (1644–1911)

Cushion

Cushion

Qing dynasty (1644–1911)

Cushion

Cushion

Qing dynasty (1644–1911)

Cushion

Cushion

Qing dynasty (1644–1911)

Cushion Cover

Cushion Cover

Attributed to present-day Greece, Thessaloniki

Cushion Cover

Cushion Cover

Qing dynasty (1644–1911)

Cushion Cover

Cushion Cover

Qing dynasty (1644–1911)

Cushion

Cushion

Qing dynasty (1644–1911)

Cushion Cover

Cushion Cover

Attributed to Turkey

Study of a Woman Leaning on a Cushion

Study of a Woman Leaning on a Cushion

Anonymous, German, 19th century

Cushion Pine at Aoyama (Aoyama enza no matsu), from the series Thirty-six Views of Mount Fuji (Fugaku sanjūrokkei)

Cushion Pine at Aoyama (Aoyama enza no matsu), from the series Thirty-...

Katsushika Hokusai (Japanese, Tokyo (Edo) 1760–1849 Tokyo (Edo)) Edo period (1615–1868)

Cushion Pine at Aoyama (Aoyama enza no matsu), from the series Thirty-six Views of Mount Fuji (Fugaku sanjūrokkei)

Cushion Pine at Aoyama (Aoyama enza no matsu), from the series Thirty-...

Men picnic beside the famed cushion pine in the garden of Ryūganji Temple, while a father, passing along the garden's footpath with his son, motions to Fuji in the distance. The cushion pine's swelling form and... more

Kneeling Prelate Holding a Cushion

Kneeling Prelate Holding a Cushion

Alexandre Laemlein (French, Hohenfeld 1813–1871 Pontlevoy)

The Inauguration of Washington as First President of the United States, April 30th 1789 – At the Old City Hall, New York – The oath of office was administered by Chancellor Livingston of the States of New York – Mr. Otis the Secretary of the Senate holding up the Bible on a crimson cushion.

The Inauguration of Washington as First President of the United States...

Scene from the American history. Eleven men witness Washington taking the oath of office. He places his right hand on an open bible and holds a sword with his left hand. Figures noted in key below image include... more

Actress posing with foot on cushion, from the Actresses series (N668)

Actress posing with foot on cushion, from the Actresses series (N668)

Trade cards from the "Actresses" series (N668), issued ca. 1888. The publisher is unknown.

Children's Room - Mauretania

Children's Room - Mauretania

The children's dining-saloon and nursery on the shelter deck of the Mauretania, was decorated with paintings illustrating nursery ryhmes by the artist J. E. Mitchell of Newcastle...The rocking horse would have ... more

Winter: Cat on a Cushion

Winter: Cat on a Cushion

Théophile-Alexandre Steinlen (French (born Switzerland), Lausanne 1859–1923 Paris)

Pier E, Showing Sand Cushion and End of Paving, New York State Construction Company, Contractor

Pier E, Showing Sand Cushion and End of Paving, New York State Constru...

Photographs of the Construction and Repair of Buildings, Facilities, and Vessels at the New York Navy Yard

Monthly Progress Photo, Wood Block Paving, Laying Sand Cushion on 2nd Street, Looking Northeast, Franklin Contracting Company, Contractor

Monthly Progress Photo, Wood Block Paving, Laying Sand Cushion on 2nd ...

Photographs of the Construction and Repair of Buildings, Facilities, and Vessels at the New York Navy Yard