A quilt created not long after Texas gained its independence includes an unmistakable symbol of the state.
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Posts by Remi S. Dyll
Remi Dyll is the collection manager at Bayou Bend.
A 19th-century sampler, or textile work with embroidery, is an important and rare reminder of the United States’ multicultural past.
In 1843, 14-year-old Mary J. Greenfield Smith stitched an elegant woolwork picture—surely not imagining that it would one day be in a museum’s collection.
“Pre-Code” Films Explained: 3 Questions
MFAH Films: Hollywood’s “Pre-Code” Era
William Forsythe Inspires Movement with “Choreographic Objects”
Photography at the Nexus of Music and Fashion
Celebrate the 4th of July with George Washington at Bayou Bend
Harry Bertoia: The Miracle of Sound
Music on the Plaza: Artist Emily Fens and “Brainbloom”
Natural Melodies: Music for Touring Bayou Bend Collection and Gardens
Spectacular Dinner Toasts Rienzi’s Collection of Spanish and Mexican Decorative Arts
“Latin Wave” Returns with 11 New Films from Latin America