78232 Antique Red Turkish Oushak Rug Inspired by Thomas Eakins 12'00 x 14'02. Showcasing a bold expressive design, incredible detail and texture, this hand-knotted wool antique Turkish Oushak rug is a captivating vision of woven beauty. The antique Turkish carpet not only carries deep meaning woven within the piece, but it is also very similar to the Oushak rug is in a painting from 1876, 'Portrait of Dr. John Brinton' by Thomas Eakins. The abrashed red field features five vertical columns composed of Herati style medallions, serrated palmettes, and protection amulets decorated with diamonds and cruciform motifs. The red antique Oushak rug is enclosed with a rosette border flanked with a series of inner and outer guard bands. The interplay between the piece’s various decorative elements gives the composition a great deal of visual interest and graphic appeal. Perfect for a living room, dining room, drawing room, private library, golf locker room, billiards room, clubhouse, large home office, master retreat, private Chambers, great room, wine cellar, executive suite, conservatory, state room, royal suite, hotel lobby, music room, studio, study, loft, lounge, entertainment parlor, trophy room, large bedroom, or formal sitting room. Well-suited for a variety of interior styles: Jacobean, Elizabethan, English, Manor House, Tudor, London Proper, Baroque, Old World, Renaissance, Medieval, Victorian, Traditional, Regal, Eastlake, Aesthetic Movement, Artisan, Bungalow, Arts & Crafts, Craftsman, Industrial, Lodge, Cabin, Eclectic, Modern, Mid-Century Modern, Contemporary, Cottage, Edwardian, and Old World style. Iconic in its styling, this antique Oushak rug is the perfect complement to interiors with similar richness and rustic vibes including natural wood furnished chalets, estates, cottages, and mountainside abodes as found in Colorado, Lake Tahoe, or the Adirondacks. Rendered in variegated shades of red, cerulean, navy blue, green, and other accent colors. Abrash. Hand-knotted wool. Made in Turkey. Measures: 12'00 x14'02.