Istanbul: Aygaz, 2000. 211 color plates. Massive and important title on Ottoman tents. Inaugural winner of the R.L. Shep Ethnic Textiles Book Award in 2000. 81 color illustrations are taken from Turkish miniatures. 99 are from Turkish museums and 51 are from European museum collections.
Tents and Yurts
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[Kuala Lumpur]: Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia, 2003. 107 color plates 32 black and white. "This book was published in conjunction with the exhibition “Beyond Boundaries - Tents of the Islamic World” in cooperation with the Ethnography Museum, Hamburg, Germany in 2003. The objective of the show was to provide a....
Hohhot: Nei Menggu wenhua chubanshe, 1987. 50 black and white line drawings. Uncommon work on Mongolian yurt-like tents. Line drawings are of assembly and decorative elements. Mongolian text.
Alma Ata: Kainor, 1981. 135 color plates 75 black and white figures. GWO 1611. This uncommon book focuses on Kazakh decorative arts and handicrafts that would furnish their yurts. Illustrations include 105 piled and flatwoven rugs, felts, woven trappings and embroideries. Russian and Kazakh text with an unhelpful English summary...
Ankara: TC Kültür Bakanligi / Republic of Turkey, Ministry of Culture, 1998. 105 color plates. Embroideries adorning Ottoman era palace and military tents in the collection of the Topkapi. Turkish text with an introduction, conclusion, and summary in English.
Beijing: Cultural Relic Publishing House, 2008. Fully illustrated in color with a few black and white line drawings this is a comprehensive look at Mongolian gers. Includes tent design and furnishings including textiles. Chinese text.