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TEXTILES FROM THE BALKANS

TEXTILES FROM THE BALKANS

This book presents the first published overview of the fascinating textiles from this region, setting the techniques for making them within their historical and geographical context. The author's personal experience collecting many of the pieces in the field allows her to offer completely new insights into the highly decorated textiles produced by the various ethnic, clan and religious groups of the area. The items range from everyday to festive clothing and also include accessories and textiles for the home.

The makers employed a wide range of materials and techniques, including a particularly skilful use of couched embroidery and different ways of weaving. The author also explores the elements of garment shape, colour, motif and symbolism.

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Emne Tekstiler
Kunstner
Forfatter Diane Waller
Sprog Engelsk tekst
Illustrationer 100 ill. i farver
Format / Sideantal 22 x 22 cm / 88 sider
Udgivelsesår 2010
Indbinding Hæftet
Forlag British Museum Press
Antikvarisk
Antal
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ISBN 9780714125831
Lev. 3 dage

TEXTILES FROM THE BALKANS

This book presents the first published overview of the fascinating textiles from this region, setting the techniques for making them within their historical and geographical context. The author's personal experience collecting many of the pieces in the field allows her to offer completely new insights into the highly decorated textiles produced by the various ethnic, clan and religious groups of the area. The items range from everyday to festive clothing and also include accessories and textiles for the home.

The makers employed a wide range of materials and techniques, including a particularly skilful use of couched embroidery and different ways of weaving. The author also explores the elements of garment shape, colour, motif and symbolism.