Evanston: Northwestern University, 1983. 14 color plates 77 black and white. GWO 1961. Northwestern University, Mary and Leigh Block Gallery museum exhibition catalog of Kurdish rugs and bags from private Chicago area collections.
Kurdish Rugs and Flatweaves
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Seattle: James Burns, 2003. 100 color plates. The Kurdish people have a long and distinguished weaving tradition. These hardy nomads in their mostly mountainous homeland employed a colorful repertoire of traditional motifs in the rugs, bags, and covers that accompanied their migrational treks; while urban workshops, such as those at...
Milan: James Cohen, 2009. 27 color plates. Dealer sales and exhibition catalog of these distinct Kurdish bags.
Milan: James Cohen Antique Carpets, 2010. 27 color plates. The second exhibition and catalog from Cohen on these distinctive Kurdish piled bags. Includes color analysis.
Essex: Interlink Books, 1988. 124 color plates. GWO 1987. Field research of Kurdish tribes by Ambassador Eagleton in Turkey, Northern Iraq, and Western Iran.
Munich: Adil Besim, 1982. 50 color plates. GWO 2046. This important work shows mainly Persian examples from Shahsavan and Kurdish tribal groups. English / German text.
Evanston: Minasian Rug Company, . 10 color plates. Dealer pamphlet of "an exhibition of Kurdish rugs and textiles drawn mostly from private collections"
Tucson: Arizona Oriental Rug and Textile Association, 1998. 122 color plates. Tucson Museum of Art exhibition catalog in conjunction with the Arizona Oriental Rug and Textile Association. Includes a chapter on the Sanjabi Kurds.
Wien: Eigenverlag, 1988. 100 color plates. GWO 2139. First edition. Comprehensive book on the flatweaves of these Persian Kurdish peoples in Eastern Iran from Adil Besim, an Austrian dealer and collector. German/English text.