Philadelphia: Philadelphia Museum of Art, 1997. 385 color plates. World textiles, including the Orient, Mediterranean and Middle East.
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Philadelphia: Philadelphia Museum of Art, 1997. 385 Color Plates. World textiles, including the Orient, Mediterranean and Middle East.
Basle: 1941. Black and White Illustrations.
Basle: 1940. Black and white illustrations.
Vienna: K.K. Osterreichische Museum, 1914. 13 Black and White Of Textiles.
London: Esther Fitzgerald, 2003. 29 color plates. Beautifully produced dealer catalog of textiles including Pre-Columbian Peruvian, Tibetan, ikat and suzani from Central Asia and India.
New York: E. Weyhe, 1927. 20 color plates 320 black and white. Coptic, Oriental and European textiles. Nicked spine. Former owner's neat bookplate.
London: Franses of Piccadilly, [1970s]. 14 black and white. Exhibition and sales catalog of a variety of ancient and antique textiles from this well known dealer.
Krefeld: Textilmuseum Krefeld, 1983. 4 color plates 18 black and white. Small but informative guide to the holdings of this textile museum. With chapters on Coptic textiles and Turkish and Persian silks. German text. [CSROT 2783, SORB TG-95].
Philadelphia: Lippincott, 1918. 29 color plates 585 black and white. GWO 2434. 3 color plates and 51 black and white illustrations are of rugs. Important sumptuously produced early work. Former owner's neat bookplate on front paste-down end paper.
Chicago: Laurence Korwin, 1990. 136 color plates 42 drawings. A book on ways of displaying rugs and textiles.
Washington D.C. Textile Museum, 1976. 34 black and white. A sample of the museum's holdings: 6 rugs, 7 oriental textiles, 14 from the Americas Pre-Columbian and post-conquest. [GWO 764, SORB TG-158].
Piccadilly: Chapman and Hall, 1876. 16 black and white woodcut. A general history of textiles. Handbook No. 1 South Kensington Museum which became the Victoria and Albert. "These handbooks are reprints of the prefaces or introductions to the large catalogues of the chief divisions of works of art in the...
Winnipeg: Charles Babbage Research Centre, 1983. 228 black and white plates and line drawings. The inaugural textile journal of the Charles Babbage Research Centre. Includes the articles "Lithuanian Pervarai" by M. Kati Meek, "Hanaori: An Okinawan Brocaded Textile" by Dorothy Miller, "The Original Fabrics of Kaftan" by M.M. El-Homossani, "Obi...
London: His Majesty's Stationary Office, 1922. 50 black and white. Exhibition catalog of Oriental and European carpets, tapestries and embroidery. Number 58 of 300 copies.