17th-19th century rugs; mostly Persian, Turkmen, Caucasian; smaller numbers of Turkish, merkur online erding trauer Chinese, East Turkestan.
2015,., 182 illus., nearly all in black and white, 30 x.Exhibition catalogue of the 7th acor in Seattle, with sections on Chilkat blankets, rugs from local northwest collections, Persian rugs with a definite bottom and top (usually prayer or pictorial rugs and ikats from around the world.A small introduction to Navajo blankets, (as of the middle of the 20th century organized by region: Kayenta, Chinle, Black Mountain, Steamboat, Ganado, Wide Ruin, Rock Point, Lukachukai, Two Gray Hills, Crystal, Nazlini, Teec Nos Pos, Tocito, San Juan, Burnham, Gallup.Brief introduction to Persian rugs, brief introductions to various Persian rug-producing areas, and comments on individual rugs.Many old rugs; many Turkish; many fragments; most with the date they were acquired by Bernheimer and often for what price; for the older pieces often commentary on similar examples.
The balance is a survey by country of what was being made in each district.
THE navajo AND their blankets.
Totem poles, stone carvings, wooden panels, dancing blankets.The quality is good; most of the Persian are ornate, city style rugs.Sections also on dyes, buying a rug, care and repair, flatweaves, a reading list.Exhibition catalogue, Textile Museum, of Turkish rugs, mostly village.Unbound in a folder.The rugs are 16th to 18th, with a few later ones.Pei and Reynolds: Chinese Ceramics in the Newark Museum.Out giochi slot machine gratis nuove of print; this copy is a xerox of the original, spiral bound, so the illustrations are dark and not clear.New, but dust jacket tattered.A portfolio, produced by the Austrian Society for Textile-Art-Research (Gesellschaft zur F oum;rderung der Textilkunstforschung of 99 of the rugs from Austrian collections.A dealer's exhibition catalogue; 18th 19th century; most Chinese but a few Tibetan, Mongolian East Turkestan; very brief text.On 'Holbein' and 'Lotto' Rugs (C.