The earliest known use of 'rug' in reference to a floor covering appeared in the May 22, 1799, 'New York Gazette and General Advertiser' advedrtisement of a variety of floor coverings that included 'an assortment of hearth rugs'. Before 1800 in America, 'rug' referred to a bed cover, and in the 1600s and 1700s a 'carpet' was a thick, often woollen fabric cover for a bed, table, or floor.
Architecture from 'Oak Hill', built in 1733,
Image size 16" x 12" on Hahnemuhle archival paper, unframed.
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