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Richard Saja's embroidered art - Saja uses vintage toile fabric and hand-embroiders figures into anachronistic, irreverent and out-of-place characters, like clowns, etc.  More work on his blog "Historically Inaccurate": http://historically-inaccurate.blogspot.com/

Richard Saja's embroidered art - Saja uses vintage toile fabric and hand-embroiders figures into anachronistic, irreverent and out-of-place characters, like clowns, etc. More work on his blog "Historically Inaccurate": http://historically-inaccurate.blogspot.com/

We are all familiar with toile fabric that depict classic scenes of country life or nobility. Artist Richard Saja takes it to a bizarre level creating an embroidered world that's filled with clowns, masked dancers, and dressed up animals.

We are all familiar with toile fabric that depict classic scenes of country life or nobility. Artist Richard Saja takes it to a bizarre level creating an embroidered world that's filled with clowns, masked dancers, and dressed up animals.

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