Oriental Rug Review Vol. 9 #6. Oriental Rug Review.

Oriental Rug Review Vol. 9 #6

Meredith, NH: Aug/Sept 1989.

8.5 x 11 Paperback in Very Good condition. Item #BOOKS004759I

Lead Article: An Introduction to Persian Village Rugs, by Donald N. Wilber A brief definition of the characteristics of the type A Group of Veramin Weavings, by Michael Craycraft Were the majority of 113 Veramin pieces woven by the Qajar A History of the Buta, by David R. Milberg Unique ideas about the origins and styles of butas (botehs) in Persian rugs A Cultural- Aesthetic Analysis of a Modern Persian Carpet A challenge to the view that modern production is more culturally authentic but aesthetically insignificant Master of the Art of Carpet Repair, Part I, by Henry Glassie The first in three parts of the life history of Hagop Barin The Evolution of a Rug Dealer, by James Opie Boyhood career in scrap metal led to finer things Legacy From the Loom, by Susan Brown McGreevy The Wheelwright Museum's collection of Navajo Sandpainting textiles Mongols in Munich, by John Taylor Urging museums to turn up the lights A Michelin Two-Star Event,by Thomas D. Cook John Collins' Third South Persian Exhibition Kurdish Rugs, A Focus at Last, by Peter F. Stone Stanzer's book Kordi a pleasure Treasured Carpets, Costumes, and Decorative Fabrics of the USSR, by Joan Long A report on the Textile Museum's 1989 Study Tour Letters, Rug Notes, Book Marks, The June Auctions.

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