Moscow: Khudoznik RSFSR, 1984. 219 color plates 33 black and white. Well illustrated survey of examples of Russian peasant clothing in the museum collection. Most color plates are of costume with a few paintings. Black and white are historic photographs. Text in Russian and English.
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[Bucharest]: State Publishing House for Literature and the Arts, 1958. 56 color plates 433 black and white. Comprehensive and important contribution to the literature.
Florence: Alberto Boralevi, 2001. 23 color plates. Dealer exhibition catalog of these Ottoman influenced textiles from the Croatian coast. Italian text.
Sarajevo: National Museum of Sarajevo, 1963. 76 color plates 21 black and white. French-Slavic text.
[Moscow?]: Vneshtorgizdat, [1970s?]. 23 black and white. Color covers. Uncommon booklet of traditional Russian costume with place and date attributions. Russian/English text with plate lists in French, German, and Spanish.
Kishinev: Karta Moldovenyaske, 1959. 36 color plates. Russian text.
New York: The Ukrainian Museum, 1977. 38 black and white. Exhibition catalog of textiles from the Ukraine with clothing patterns and historical photographs.
New York: The Ukrainian Museum, 1981. 9 color plates 19 black and white. Ukrainian Museum exhibition catalog of these elaborately embroidered woven textiles from the Ukraine. This is the first monograph on the subject.
Moscow: Severnyi Palomnik, 2014. 400 color illustrations and 56 historic black and white. Catalog of decorative belts, buckles, pouches and other accoutrements from Russia, other former Soviet republics including Eastern Europe, the Caucasus, and Central Asia from the collection of the Russian Museum of Ethnography in St. Petersburg. Russian text.
Winona: Northland Press of Winona, 1989. 7 color plates, 60 black and white, 209 figures. A well-researched book on goddess imagery in Eastern European textiles. Uncommon. "Remnants of ancient goddess beliefs were very much a part of nineteenth century Eastern European folk culture. Even up to the twentieth century, Eastern...
Kiev: Mistetsvo, 1979. 118 color plates of textiles and kilims. General survey of early to mid-20th century Ukrainian folk art. Text in Ukrainian, Russian, and English.
Sofia: Borina Publishing House, 2000. Sixteen loose color plates in a decorative folder showing mostly women's costumes attributed by region. The folder has a short essay text in English as well as one color illustration of a detail of a bridal costume from Samokov and three pieces of jewelry. The...
Sofia: St. Kliment Ohridski University Press, 1994. 177 color plates. From the collection of Bulgaria's National Ethnographic Museum. Includes several rugs and jewelry.
Warsaw: Zaklad Imienia Ossolinskich, 1954. 16 color plates 140 black and white. Polish text. Plates include 17 piled rugs and 12 flatweaves.
Kiev: [State Publishing House of Fine Arts and Musical Literature of the Ukrainian SSR], 1960. 88 color plates 173 black and white. Well illustrated survey of textiles, rugs, and embroidery from Ukraine. Minimal text in Ukrainian and Russian interspersed with full page plates of textiles. The chapter on carpets contains...
Kolomyia: Rodovid, 2010. 134 plates most in color. "This artistic monograph is the first of its kind to present the panorama of the most typical examples of Hutsul embroidery, specifically those embodied in the collection of the Ukrainian Kobrynsky National Museum of Folk Art. Presenting a selection of beautiful, unique...
Kiev: 1983. 200 color plates 100 black and white. Major sections on embroidery, woven fabric, and costume. Ukrainian text with summary and list of illustrations in English and Russian.
Moscow: Ayegkaya Indstriya, 1979. 115 color plates. History, techniques, and examples from this famous 200 year old Russian textile manufactury in the ancient town of Pavlovsky Posad. Text in English, Russian, and French.
Stockholm: Aktiebolaget Ljus, 1911. 38 relief plates. Russian women's textile handicrafts, chiefly lace with some embroidery. Plates include 28 printed black, 3 black and gold, 1 black and red, 6 color.
Basle: Ciba Review, 1966. Color and Black and White illustrations.
Timisoara: Muzeul Banatului Timisoara, 1971. 45 color plates and umerous line drawings. Romanian/German text. Museum publication of Romanian flatweaves. Illustrations are paintings. [CSROT 5224].
Kiev: Naukova Dumka, 1966. Uncommon. Illustrated with 8 color plates, 85 partial kilim patterns in black and white, and 59 full kilim patterns in black and white. Ukrainian text.
Los Angeles: Craft and Folk Art Museum, Los Angeles, California, 1978. 15 color plates 24 black and white. Los Angeles Craft and Folk Art Museum exhibition catalog of 75 woven and embroidered textiles from 19-20th century Romania including clothing and accessories, towels, coverlets and wall rugs from the regions of...
New York: The Ukrainian Museum, 2005. 115 color plates. Museum exhibition catalog of traditional Ukrainian material culture. "Ukrainian folk art's most outstanding feature is its ornamentation - individual motifs applied using various techniques (weaving, embroidering, painting, applique, engraving, carving, embossing) and different media (textiles, leather, wood, clay, eggs, metal, and...
New York: The Ukrainian Museum, 2012. 18 color plates 6 black and white. Exhibition catalog from the Ukrainian Museum's permanent collection. English/Ukrainian text.