Urumgi: 1979. 204 pages (text in English and Chinese), 184 pages of color illustrations of the rich color designs found on the rugs, blankets, clothing, saddles, and jewelry, as well as metal and wooden utensils and tools, of the Kazak people of west China. Cloth cover. The Kazak people of...
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226 pages (filled with color photographs), 10 papers dealing (principally) with Asian carpets, textiles, and costumes, in addition to painting, ceramics, and metal work. Also included is Thomas Murray’s acclaimed paper, "Demons and Deities, Masks of the Himalayas" (pp. 54-79 with 37 large color photographs), and heavily illustrated papers on...
Bangkok: 1984, 1986. (2nd printing). 154 pages, 194 color photographs, 2 b/w photographs. A mini visual-encyclopedia of traditional Bhutanese textile styles and types, this handsome work illustrates over 200 classic Bhutanese weavings. The text is slim, the photographs are rich, and a full descrition is provided for each illustrated textile...
Boston: Museum of Fine Arts, n.d.--ca. 1980. 64 pages, 13 full-page color photographs and 44 b/w photographs--almost all full-page of the museum's collection of Javanese batiks--some dating back to the late 19th century, 1 map.
New Delhi: 1992. 83 pages, 10 color and 59 b/w photographs (most dating from the 19th century), 7 drawings. Cloth cover.
Geneva: Barbier-Muller Museum, 1982. 76 pages, 41 color photographs of objects in the collection, 24 b/w field photographs, 2 maps. Mint condition.
Geneva: 1983. 237 pages, 179 b/w and 29 color photographs--mostly of Batak art, 2 maps, 1 fold-out chart.
Honolulu Academy of Arts: 1990. viii, 46 pages, 49 large color photographs, 4 b/w photographs, 1 map. New and unopened copy.
Auckland Institute and Museum, 1981. 36 pages, 17 pages of b/w and 2 pages of color photographs, 1 map.
London: 1992. 192 pages, 105 color and 55 b/w photographs, 5 maps.
Chidambaram: 1989. 168 pages (15 papers), 71 color and 14 b/w photographs, 52 drawings, 1 map. Cloth cover.
Honolulu: 1989. 144 pages (small folio size, 9" x 12"). 39 full--page and 4 half-page color photographs of costumes, jewelry, and textiles from China, Japan, Indonesia, Pakistan, Thailand, Okinawa, Burma, Laos, India, Philippines, Cambodia, Korea, Vietnam, Nepal, Tibet, and Afghanistan.
East Brunswick: 1982. 632 pages, 550 b/w and 50 color photographs and reproductions of batik designs made from tjaps (printing blocks). Cloth cover. This study, the first to be published on Indonesian batik designs made from tjaps (printing blocks), fills a very apparent void, and should remain a perennial resource...
British Museum: 1993. 204 pages, 96 color and 71 b/w photographs, 27 drawings, 5 pages of patterns, 2 maps.
Elvehjem Museum of Art: 1984. viii, 135 pages, 185 b/w and 11 color photographs, 1 map.
Berkeley: 1979. 98 pages, 37 b/w and 14 large color photographs, 88 line drawings. Inscription by author.
Singapore: 1986, 1988 (2nd impression). 83 pages, 30 color and 10 b/w photographs, 25 figures, 2 maps. Hard board cover.
New York: 1992. 160 pages, 176 color and 10 b/w photographs, 40 drawings, 1 map. Cloth cover.
Washington, D.C., 1979. 243 pages, 23 full-page color and 161 b/w photographs. The role of textiles in the social customs and religions of Indonesia is fully explored in this superb catalogue published for a 1979 exhibition at the Textile Museum. Covering the textiles of fourteen distinct geographic areas, the text...
Fowler Museum, UCLA: 1989. 256 pages, 34 color and 193 b/w photographs, 70 drawings, 29 maps. Soft cover ed.
Fowler Museum, UCLA: 1989. 256 pages, 34 color and 193 b/w photographs, 70 drawings, 29 maps. Cloth cover.
Washington, D.C. Textile Museum, 1992. 264 pages, 24 full-page color photographs, 196 b/w photographs of textiles woven by the Tai speaking people, including the Thai, the Lao, the Shan of Burma and people across southern China. Soft cover ed.
Washington, D.C. Textile Museum, 1992. 264 pages, 24 full-page color photographs, 196 b/w photographs of textiles woven by the Tai speaking people, including the Thai, the Lao, the Shan of Burma and people across southern China. Cloth cover.
Bangkok: 1995. xiv, 72 pages of text containing several hundred drawings of embroidery designs, plus 42 pages of color photographs. The Lao Mien, a subgroup of the Chinese Yao, lived in relative isolation in parts of Laos, Vietnam, Burma, and Thailand until the Vietnam war. This study of Mien embroidery--very...
Delhi: 1988. 108 pages of text containing 105 drawings of 5 maps, plus 27 unnumbered pages of color photographs. Cloth cover.