Lyons: Centre International d'Etude des Textiles Anciens, 2005. 10 color and 102 black and white illustrations. Includes the English articles: "The Development of the Loom and its Mechanisms: Experiments with Chinese Warp-Faced Compound Weaves" by Keiko Kobayashi "Hispano-Muslim Textiles: A Technical and Analytical Study" by Angela Arteaga, et al. "Juhta...
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Paris: Librairie d'Art Decoratif / Armand Guerinet, [1900?]. 112 black and white plates. GWO 2441. Number 19 of this series on the museum collection. About half of the plates are of rugs and textiles with the remainder being Islamic tile work and ceramics. Complete.
Lisboa: Fundacao Calouste Gulbenkian, 1978. 8 color plates 62 black and white. Exhibition catalog of the Gulbenkian collection of mostly Islamic textiles. Color illustrations are duplicated in black and white. Portuguese text.
Granada: Patronato de la Alhambra y Generalife, 1997. 106 color figures and plates 13 black and white figures. The textile and carpet collection of the Alhambra Palace. Chapters on Coptic, Egyptian, Moorish, and Spanish textiles and Spanish carpets.
New York: Art News, Inc., 1940. Nine black and white illustrations are of rugs and textiles.
London: British Museum Press, 1995. 76 color plates, 58 black and white. Chapters on early Islamic textiles, Mamluk, Ottoman, Safavid and Qajar Iran drawn from museum collections. [ CSROT 5319, SORB TG-10].
Mannheim: Franz Bausback, 1985. 33 color plates. GWO 2406. Dealer sales and exhibition catalog. Examples from Turkey, North Africa, India, the Caucasus and Central Asia. Minimal German text.
[Istanbul]: Yapi Kredi, . 520 color plates. Yapi Kredi Bank collection of Anatolian embroidery from the 16th to early 20th century (most are late 18th-19th c). Massive and important. English/Turkish text.
London: Bernheimer, 1990. 34 color plates. Dealer sales and exhibition catalog of mainly Islamic textiles including many embroideries.
London: Bernheimer Fine Arts, 1988. 18 color illustrations. Tri-fold dealer pamphlet of old carpet and textiles fragments from the Islamic world.
Istanbul: Sadberk Hanim Muzesi, 2012. 494 color plates. A lavish exhibition catalog of 444 color plates and illustrations, including details, of 167 exhibited textiles from the 17th to early 20th century in the Sadberk Hanim Museum collection. The different types worked in a wide range of needlework techniques illustrate the...
Karachi: Koel, 2004. 438 illustrations, most in color. Japanese Folk Craft Museum [Nihon Mingeikan] exhibition catalog of Pakistani textiles. English/Japanese text.
Zurich: Kunstgewerbemuseums, 1980. 1 color plate 400 black and white. Non-European textile holdings of Swiss museum including Coptic, PreColumbian, and Oriental rugs and textiles.
London: David Black Oriental Carpets, 1978. 70 color plates, 8 black and white. GWO 2303. A priced dealer's sales and exhibition catalog of 18th and early 19th century Turkish embroideries.
London: David Black Oriental Carpets, 1981. 12 color plates 13 black and white illustrations. Dealer exhibition and sales catalog of 25 silk embroideries including early Ottoman textiles, Central Asian suzani, and Caucasian covers. Includes historical background by Robert Chenciner and a discussion of stitching and techniques by Ksynia Marko. [GWO 2413. CSROT 921].
Boston: The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, 1938. 49 black and white collotype plates showing 100 examples. From the foreword: This study is a brief catalogue of representative types of Islamic textiles dating from the eighth to the thirteenth centuries of the Christian era and chosen from the collection of...
London: F. Lewis, 1965. 56 black and white. GWO 2590. Heritage of Woven Fabrics series. Includes 13th-16th century Islamic textiles from the Victoria and Albert Museum.
(New York): Jack Cassin, 1990. 9 color plates. GWO 1873. Ancient kilim fragments from Cairo Museum.
Leeds: Pasold Research Fund, 1987. 46 black and white figures. A scholarly review on the economic and social history of textiles. Articles: "Merino History in Old Wool", "Two Children's Galabiyehs from Quseir al-Qadim, Egypt", New Light on Insect Red Dyes of the Ancient Middle East", Early Anglo-Saxon Dress--The Grave Goods...
London: Christie's, 18 April 2007. 187 lots of which 116 are illustrated in color. Many suzanis and costumes. Includes prices realized.
Geneva: Chaman, 2009. 142 color plates of 59 examples. Examples of old textiles from Geneva's Musée d’Art et d’Histoire including several Coptic, Tiraz, and Fayyum fabrics. French text. [SORB TG-58].
Tielt: Lannoo Publishers, 2014. Fully illustrated in color. Important. Text in English, French and German. "Richly illustrated, this book contains the papers read at the conference Textiles of the Nile Valley . The first part is devoted to textiles from excavations, the second part of the book covers research on...
Tielt: Lannoo Publishers, 2012. Fully illustrated in color. Important. Text in English, French and German. "This richly illustrated volume is the result of the 6th conference of the international research group 'Textiles from the Nile Valley' held in Katoen Natie, Antwerp, 2-3 October 2009. It is the first comprehensive study...
Abu Dhabi: 5 Continents Editions, 2010. Massive TDIC, Abu Dhabi exhibition catalog. Fully illustrated in color including 155 color plates of Central Asian textiles, 86 are of North African and 9 of Kohistan/Swat Valley. English/Arabic text. The binding is weak on all published copies due to manufacturer's defect.
Washington DC: The Textile Museum, 2012. Fully illustrated in color, this exhibition catalog chronicles how one of the world's most powerful empires adopted a singular artistic style and how that style gained lasting influence in the region. Just as the brands of today strive to do - from political candidates...