Here is the catalogue for the exhibition - a sizeable book which is lavishly illustrated, nicely written by Rosemary Crill.
The contents are: Introduction, Materials and Making, Patronage and Use, and Textiles in the Modern World.
The chintzes that we are familiar with were relegated to a small display towards the end of the exhibition - a testimony to the great importance and marketing of these textiles, of which Europe was only one part.
Many of the exhibits were stunning wall hangings or floor coverings. The designs were adapted to the customer's or regional tastes. This is part of a hanging, possibly a floor covering.
One of the most fascinating displays was the set of hangings now kept at Powis Castle - the Tent of Tipu Sultan of Mysore, Mughal India, c 1725-1750. Cotton, block printed, mordant dyed and resist dyed. The tent was part of Tipu relics removed by the British in 1799 and then taken by Lord Clive. Powis Castle is now owned by the National Trust.
I also enjoyed a tent with applique arranged in a smaller side room. Apparently it had been found abandoned on a New York sidewalk!
There was much to look at, and I'm sure that I could have spent much more than two hours - if I had the time or the stamina!