Zurich: Galerie Koller, 2002. 176 color illustrations. Well illustrated auction catalog of Himalayan and other Asian art. Thirteen are of textiles, mostly painted cloths. German text.
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Milan: Jaca / Antique Collectors' Club, 2006. 120 color 147 black and white. The art of Tibet placed within its historic, social and religious context, utilizing in situ photographs from Tibet. Detailed color photographs of mandalas, paintings, gold pieces, metalwork, landscape and architecture.
New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1998. 134 color plates 15 black and white. Museum exhibition catalog of more than 60 Tibetan works from public and private collections. "Devoted to a period of extraordinary cultural achievement - from the 11th to the mid-15th century - when Tibet became known as...
Boston: Shambhala, 2001. 72 examples illustrated in color. Many painted cloths.
Boston: Shambhala, 1999. 98 color plates. Catalog of 51 pieces in the Ernst and Angela Jucker collection of Nepalese painting. An excellent overall view of the painting tradition in the Kathmandu Valley from the thirteenth through nineteenth centuries – including several extremely rare scrolls for which there are no comparable...
Los Angeles: LACMA, 1985. 36 color plates 203 black and white. Catalog of LACMA's extensive collection of Nepali sculpture, drawings (model books and manuals), and paintings. The model books show insights into iconography, perspective, and Nepali themes.
Los Angeles: University of California Press, 1984. 48 color plates, many black and white.
New York: The Asia Society, 1975. 10 color plates 86 black and white. Exhibition catalog of Buddhist and Brahmanical art most of which are painted cloth and metal sculpture.
Hong Kong: Orientations, 1998. Color and black and white illustrations. A collection of 31 articles on Tibetan art including one on costume.
Kathmandu: Handicraft Association of Nepal, 1994 (1999). 41 color illustrations 51 line drawings. Uncommon and important guide to the Nepalese aspects of the Buddha and deities of Nepal told through art.