Umeå: Umeå University Department of Archaeology Riksantikvarieämbetet, 1991. 6 color plates 110 black and white. Important excavation of a circa 500 AD warrior's grave discovered in 1949 in Sweden, and other early textile finds. Uncommon.
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[Providence]: Rhode Island School of Design, 1940. 15 black and white illustrations of textiles. Bulletin of the Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of Design, Volume 28, no. 3 December 1940. Survey of Pre-Columbian Andean art for this design school journal. Illustrated in black and white.
Florence: S.P.E.S., 2007. 132 color plates. Much has been written about the trade in Oriental rugs in Europe – in Italy in particular – using documentary and visual sources to identify types. Marco Spallanzani’s book takes the study of the trade to a higher level of precision and insight. It.....
Brno: Dum umení mesta Brna, 1976. 2 color plates 8 black and white. Uncommon museum exhibtion catalog of early 20th to mid-century Georgian rugs. Most illustrations are of felt rugs with tapetries and a kilim.
Troy, NC: Capel Rugs, . Dealer design catalog of new decorative hand-tuffted, hand-knotted, machinemade, braided, and flatwoven rugs. 127 designs illustrated in color.
New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1993. 376 color plates 247 black and white. These two volumes on American samplers and pictorial needlework provide a complete history from 1650-1850.
Chicago: Field Museum of Natural History, 2006. 66 color illustrations, 3 historic monochrome photos, 1 map. Abstract: This study analyzes 145 huipiles (Maya women's blouses) stored in the Department of Anthropology at the Field Museum. These blouses were collected during the period 1893–1995 from seven towns in the Guatemalan Highlands...
Krefeld: Textilmuseum Krefeld, 1983. 4 color plates 18 black and white. Small but informative guide to the holdings of this textile museum. With chapters on Coptic textiles and Turkish and Persian silks. German text. [CSROT 2783, SORB TG-95].
Zurich: Kunstgewerbemuseums, . 3 color plate 273 black and white. European textile holdings of Swiss museum including several rugs.
Tubac, AZ: Gary A. Wisdom, 2008. 79 color plates. An 18 year collection of Belouch rugs and small pieces with technical analysis and comments about why these items were chosen. Signed and numbered limited edition of 250.
Munich: Klinkhardt and Biermann, 1986. 68 color plates 30 black and white 1 map. GWO 1511. Extensive and important treatise on the history and variety of Belouch rugs. English/German text. [CSROT t3174].
Graz: Gesellschaft Zur Förderung der Textil-Kunst-Forschung, 1999-2002. 99 color plates. Beautifully produced Austrian Society for Textile-Art-Research (Gesellschaft Zur Förderung der Textil-Kunst-Forschung) publication. An impressive cross-section of Austrian collections, never before published in color or at all, comprising carpets from Morocco to Indonesia as well as knotted pieces and ikats. Slight.....
Vienna: Society for Textile Art Research, 1986. 200 color plates. GWO 1031. Very important exhibition catalog presented during ICOC V of rugs from private collections. English/German text.
Antwerp: Lamandart, 1994. 70 color plates 45 black and white. Exhibition catalog containing several scholarly articles on Pre-Columbian textiles.
Berlin: Scarabaeus-Verlag, 1923. 4 color plates 58 black and white. Standard work illustrating a dealer collection of classical carpets. Blue cloth binding. German text. "[A Collection of Oriental Carpets: A Contribution to the History of the Oriental Carpet by Means of 47 Knotted Works Collected During the Last Four Centuries...
London: Benn Brothers, 1922. 18 color plates 186 black and white. Early and important work on classical to early 19th century rugs from the major rug weaving areas. [GWO 646, CSROT 224, CRES 1167, SORB G-826].
New York: Ulrich Schurmann, 1982. 1 color plate 43 black and white. Paper presented to Armenian Rug Society about a 2,500 year old knotted rug found in an ice tomb in Siberia with evidence of an Armenian, Caucasian origin. This monograph is about one of the world's oldest known rugs. [GWO 1011, SORB SP-25A].
London: Macmillan, 1894. Uncommon. First edition. Scientific tables of the coal-tar colors - commercial names, scientific names, empirical formulas, constitutional formulas, method of preparation, years of discovery, discoverer, patents, literature, and behavior with reagents - for the benefit of dyers, analysts, merchants, patent-agents.
Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press / British Institute of Archaeology at Ankara, 1970. 241 black and white plates, 261 figures. Volume 2 only. Massive account of the 1957-1960 excavation in Hacilar village in southwest Anatolia. The significance of the Hacilar excavations lies in the fact that the site was "earlier than...
New York: George Brazillier, 1977. 58 color plates. 15th century illustrated manuscript of Mirdj Nameh. Brilliant color reproduction.
Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1996. "Published in conjunction with an exhibit organized by the Anchorage Museum of History and Art and the Coastal-Yukon Mayors' Association. For the Yup'ik of southwestern Alaska, masked dancing has long been a focal point of ceremonial activity. Two hundred color plates and 100 b&w...
Stockholm: J.P. Willborg, 1992. 112 color plates. Noted dealer's exhibition and sales catalog of antique flatweaves from all major weaving areas, mainly Anatolian, Caucasian and Persian and with Northern European examples as well. The selection reflects the author's good taste. English-Swedish text. [GWO 1126, SORB G-1541].
Baku: Azer-Ilme, 2012. Fully illustrated in color, this contains current events in the Azerbaijan rug world as well as discussion on weaving, weavers and design. Science Art Magazine 3/2012. [SORB Ca-187].
Lisbon: Snoeck, 2004. 57 color plates 4 black and white 24 color figures. Institut du Monde Arabe and the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation exhibition catalog of 56 fine examples from the15th-20th century of Islamic Oriental carpets from various public and private institutions in Europe. [CSROT 6810].
Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1995. Three volume set of the comprehensive Indiana University Research for Inner Asian Studies bibliography. Part I: History, Religion, Culture. Part II: Descriptions and Travel, Written Sources for Central Asian History, Ethnography, Folklore, Folk Entertainments, Physical Anthropology. Part III: Archaeology, Numismatics, Architecture, Visual Arts, Auxiliary Historical...