The Karabagh (black garden) rugs from the Caucasus region are known in their “impressionistic” design and use of colors in “painting” a bouquet of flowers. Like the paintings of the French impressionist painter Monet, looking at the design, it looks like colors depending on the time of the day.

Dimensions:
3’ 10”x 7’ 6”
Date of Manufacture:
Early 20th Century
Place of Origin:
Caucasian
Material:
Wool pile on a cotton foundation
Condition:
Excellent

Rug ID: 1072