Tucson: George W. O'Bannon, 1996. 140 color plates. English translation of classic work with color plates. Strong on non-Turkmen Central Asian rugs. Originally published in Russian, Moshkova's Carpets of the People of Central Asia is the most important book published on Central Asian rugs. It represents 20 years of direct...
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Tucson: George W. O'Bannon, 1996. 140 color plates. English translation of the classic work with color plates. Originally published in Russian, Moshkova's Carpets of the People of Central Asia is the most important book published on Central Asian rugs. It represents 20 years of direct field research among Uzbek, Kyrgyz...
Meredith: Oriental Rug Review, 1982-1987. Black and white illustrations. A compilation of 36 Oriental Rug Review articles and advertisements written by O'Bannon and specially rebound in red cloth.
Pittsburgh: George W. O'Bannon, 1979. 5 color plates, 21 black and white. GWO 1617. Dealer exhibition and sales catalog. Earliest known monograph of these unique and exciting Central Asian tribal rugs. Includes scarce price list and knot diagram.
Tucson: Arizona Oriental Rug and Textile Association, 1998. 122 color plates. Tucson Museum of Art exhibition catalog in conjunction with the Arizona Oriental Rug and Textile Association. Includes a chapter on the Sanjabi Kurds.
Princeton: The Squibb Gallery, 1986. 9 color plates 33 black and white. GWO 853. Squibb Gallery exhibition catalog of rugs from Egypt, Iran, Turkey, Caucasia, Turkestan, Tibet and China displayed for the first time. The carpets were selected from private area collections and organized by the Princeton Rug Society.
Omaha: Center for Afghan Studies University of Nebraska at Omaha, 1988. Volume 1 Number 1 of this scholarly journal with a focus on Afghanistan includes this 10 page article on Afghan rugs with 8 small black and white illustrations first presented at the 5th International Conference on Oriental Carpets. [GWO 1616, SORB Ce-251].