Floral Motifs on Early Chintz
Convolvulus sp., Ipomea sp, etc. - Morning Glory
Early botanical illustration of Ipomoea purpurea (Morning Glory) (published as Convolvulus purpureus) in Curtis's Botanical Magazine, Vol. 4, Plate 113, 1791.
Convolvulus sp.etc. (Morning Glory) as seen at the Denver Botanic Garden.
Convolvulus sp.etc. (Morning Glory) from the
Common Names: Morning Glory, Bind Weed 
Description: Over 1,000 species in the Morning Glory or Bindweed family (Convolvulaceae) are known by the common name Morning Glory. Of these, plants in the genera Convolvulus sp. and Ipomea sp. are among the most common.  This makes providing a specific scientific name for motifs of these flowers as illustrated on early chintzes impossible.  The Hortus Kewensis, ed. 2, Vol. 1 lists forty-six species of Convolvulus and sixteen species of Ipomoea from both the Old and New World including Britain. 
Quilts with this Convolvulus sp., Ipomea sp., etc. (Morning Glory) motif: 
None known at this time
Chintz with this Convolvulus sp., Ipomea sp., etc. (Morning Glory) motif: 
The Henry Francis du Pont Winterthur Museum, Textile Panel, Object Number 1969.3168, 1790-1800

                            Additional Convolvulus sp., Ipomea sp., etc. (Morning Glory) Motifs
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