Washington D.C. The Textile Museum, 1966 (1980). 376 Black and White. terminology have always been minefields of conflicting, inconsistent, and inadequate usage. Even the word "textile" (from the Latin texere, to weave), properly applied to woven "fabrics," is in popular idiom often used to mean "fabric" in general - the...
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Washington D.C. The Textile Museum, 1966. 376 black and white. GWO 2747. First edition of this important and ground-breaking title.
Barcelona: Gustavo Gili, 1928. 29 color plates, 320 black and white. Coptic, European, and Oriental textiles. Biblioteca de Artes Industriales, IV. Spanish translation of the 1927 classic work.
London: Archetype Books, 2007. Black and white figures, charts, and graphs. 36 papers from the AHRC (Arts and Humanities Research Council) Research Centre for Textile Conservation and Textile Studies First Annual Conference. Topics range from Japanese, Scottish, and Ancient Israeli dyes to Roman-Egyptian textile preservation to Tang silks. "Papers in...
Corvallis: Florence Eloise Petzel, 1987. 9 tables. A scholarly survey of the production of textiles in these regions c. 4000-300 BC, with sections on fiber cultivation, yarn preparation, weaving, dyeing and finishing techniques, textile motifs and the uses of these textiles. Includes notes on social and cultural background, copious notes...
Newton Abbot, Devon: David and Charles, 1971. The first three journals published together comprising 21 scholarly articles on the history of western textiles. Illustrated in black and white.
Wiltshire: Moonraker Press, 1979. 55 black and white drawings with translations, technical information, bibliography and glossary.
Edington: 1973. 15 Black and White. A scholarly review focusing on the economic and social history of textiles.
Washington D.C. The Textile Museum, 1981. 48 black and white. Textile Museum exhibition catalog exploring links and continuity between historical textile structure.