Sarasa Woodblock Patterns

Author: Sachio Yoshioka
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ISBN: 9781933330594
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The splendid designs of traditional Asia in a spectacular color format for artists and art lovers.

Interwoven Globe

Author: Amelia Peck
Editor: Yale University Press
ISBN: 0300196989
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DIVA global exploration of textile design and its far-reaching influence on aesthetics, commerce, and taste/div

Subject Catalog

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Library Of Congress Catalogs

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National Union Catalog

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Includes entries for maps and atlases.

Carved Paper

Author: Susanna Kuo
Editor: Weatherhill, Incorporated
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This is the first comprehensive book in English on Japanese stencils for textile dyeing.

Designer S Guide To Color 3

Author: Ikuyoshi Shibukawa
Editor: Chronicle Books
ISBN: 9780811857062
File Size: 64,12 MB
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The books that make up the Designer's Guide to Color series were created as professional tools for the graphic designer, but with more than 1,000 innovative color combinations presented in each volume, they are an invaluable reference to anyone making a decision about color. The most important color reference book series on the market, these indispensable volumes allow you to preview a wide range of color combinations and make that important color choice with confidence.

Textile Trades Consumer Cultures And The Material Worlds Of The Indian Ocean

Author: Pedro Machado
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 3319582658
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This collection examines cloth as a material and consumer object from early periods to the twenty-first century, across multiple oceanic sites—from Zanzibar, Muscat and Kampala to Ajanta, Srivijaya and Osaka. It moves beyond usual focuses on a single fibre (such as cotton) or place (such as India) to provide a fresh, expansive perspective of the ocean as an “interaction-based arena,” with an internal dynamism and historical coherence forged by material exchange and human relationships. Contributors map shifting social, cultural and commercial circuits to chart the many histories of cloth across the region. They also trace these histories up to the present with discussions of contemporary trade in Dubai, Zanzibar, and Eritrea. Richly illustrated, this collection brings together new and diverse strands in the long story of textiles in the Indian Ocean, past and present.

Kazari

Author: Nicole Coolidge Rousmaniere
Editor: Harry N Abrams Incorporated
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With contributions by leading scholars in the field, this text will make a significant contribution to the appreciation and understanding of traditional Japanese arts.

Japanese Country Textiles

Author: Anna Jackson
Editor: Weatherhill, Incorporated
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Designer S Guide To Color 3

Author: Jeanne Allen
Editor: Chronicle Books Llc
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Graphic presentations of over 1,000 color combinations in complex prints, patterns, paisleys, and plaids visually document the variety of effects produced by various color combinations in complicated designs. Full-color.

Kyoto Modern Textiles 1868 1940

Author: Tomoyuki Yamanobe
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Master Dyers To The World

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Japan S Traditional Crafts

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Floating World Of Ukiyo E

Author: Washington, D.C. Library of Congress
Editor: Harry N Abrams Incorporated
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Filled with brillient colors and breathtakingly beautiful scenes from seventeenth-century Japan, this celebration of the the great Japanese art of woodblock prints introduces readers to the "floating world" of medieval Japan.

The New International Illustrated Encyclopedia Of Art

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The Social Life Of Kimono

Author: Sheila Cliffe
Editor: Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN: 1472585550
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The kimono is an iconic garment with a history as rich and colourful as the textiles from which it is crafted. Deeply associated with Japanese culture both past and present, it has often been thought of as a highly gendered, rigidly traditional and unchanging national costume. This book challenges that perception, revealing the nuanced meanings and messages behind the kimono from the point of view of its wearers and producers, many of whom – both men and women – see the garment as a vehicle for self-expression. Taking a material culture approach, The Social Life of Kimono is the first study to combine the history of the kimono as a fashionable garment with an in-depth exploration of its multifaceted role today on both the street and the catwalk. Through case studies covering historical advertising campaigns, fashion magazines, interviews with contemporary kimono designers, large scale and small craft producers, and consumers who choose to wear them, The Social Life of Kimono gives a unique insight into making and meaning of this complex garment.