A type of small picture made from brightly coloured woven silk, produced during the late 19th century.

Named after Thomas Stevens (1828–88), English weaver, whose firm made them.


Stan stood and stared at the framed Stevengraph, trying to imagine a Jaquard loom setup which would produce such fine detail from woven threads.

by Neyret Freres – Charming Scene LINK

[Okay, I did try making my own Stevengraph illustration. Somehow, it did not do the idea justice.]


Inkscape is a powerful illustration tool. I enjoy using it every day to do the images to back up each day’s word. Inkscape in the hands of a real pro probably could do a creditable job of showing a Stevengraph. In my hands, well, lets’s get real. Thank you for your daily tolerance.

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