Oriental Rug Review Vol. 12 #2. Oriental Rug Review.

Oriental Rug Review Vol. 12 #2

Meredith, NH: Dec/Jan 1992.

8.5 x 11 Paperback in Very Good condition. Item #BOOKS004719I

Cover: Detail, Qashqa'i horse cover fragment, late 19th century. Lead Article: Animal Figures in South Persian Rugs, Part I by James Opie Animal Figures in South Persian Rugs, Part II by James Opie A colorful exploration of the final stage of an ancient motif tradition Flatweaves of Kerman Province, by P.R.J. Ford A report on kilim production in southeastern Iran Weavings of the Lurs and Bakhtiaris, by John T. Wertime A 15-Year Retrospective Autumn in Toronto, exhibition reviews by Roger F. Gardiner Three rug exhibitions in Canada Trends in South Persian Rugs, by John J. Collins, Jr. The rise and fall in popularity of certain types The Ethnography of the Shiraz Region, by Murray L. Eiland, Jr. Another area in need of more thorough research Barriers to Honest Scholarship in Rug Studies, by Murray Eiland and Jim Opie Learning (and Unlearning) about South Persian Rugs The Imp of Misinformation, by John J. Collins, Jr. Bumps and detours along the road to rugs An Interview with Parviz Tanavoli,by James Opie The Tehran Conference, "the goddess," and gabbeh Tibetan in Name Only, by Thomas Cole When is a Tibetan a Tibetan? Commentary, Letters,Book Marks, Rug Notes.

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