Oriental Rug Review Vol. 12 #5. Oriental Rug Review.

Oriental Rug Review Vol. 12 #5

Meredith, NH: June/July 1992.

8.5 x 11 Paperback in Very Good condition. Item #BOOKS004722I

Cover: Animal rug, Turkish, 14th century. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Purchase, Harris Brisbane Dick Fund, Joseph Pulitzer Bequest, Louis V. Bell Fund and Fletcher, Pfeiffer, and Rogers Fund, 1990 (1990.61) Lead Article: Preserving Tradition, by A.S. Teselkin Field research on Yomud village weaving 1960-90 Creating Ruggies for the 21st Century, by Lorna Carmel Youthful artists interpret historical carpets Muteh and its Mushaki Gelims, by Parviz Tanavoli, Edited by John T. Wertime The discovery of a new weaving area A Terminology Puzzle, by Marla Mallett Interpretations of Oriental Weavings, by Ragnar Johnson A Fête on Clay, by Emily Sanford Peter Pap opens a gallery in San Francisco Restorers Sail on a New Tack, by Emily Sanford with Tina Kane I.A.R.T.R. at the American Conference on Oriental Rugs The Brick Rugs of Margaret Kerr, from conversations with the artist and Valerie Justin Imagine: Wonderful design that is impervious to spills, dogs, and moths Yo Ali! The Story Behind Grass, by Joan C. Long The producers and their adventures are more exciting than the film Running Hot and Cold, by Herbert J. Exner Europe's auction climate fall to spring Commentary, Book Marks, Rug Notes, Rug Societies, Letters to the Editor.

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