TEXTILES AND TEXTILE MACHINERY Anonymous, The History 1y' Silk, Cotton, Linen, Wool, and Other Fibrous Substances (New York, 1845). Barlow, Alfred, The History ... Hooper, Luther, Hand-loom Weaving, Plain and Ornamental (London, 1920).
Author: Abbott Payson Usher
Publisher: Courier Corporation
Updated classic explores importance of technological innovation in cultural and economic history of the West. Water wheels, clocks, printing, machine tools, more. "Without peer." — American Scientist.
Ottoman Textiles Between the Mediterranean and the Indian Ocean Amanda Phillips. Hooper, Luther, Hand-Loom Weaving, Plain and Ornamental, London and New York: Pittman, 1920. İnalcik, Halil, “Bursa and the Commerce of the Levant,” JESHO, ...
Author: Amanda Phillips
Textiles were the second-most-traded commodity in all of world history, preceded only by grain. In the Ottoman Empire in particular, the sale and exchange of silks, cottons, and woolens generated an immense amount of revenue and touched every level of society, from rural women tending silkworms to pashas flaunting layers of watered camlet to merchants traveling to Mecca and beyond. Sea Change offers the first comprehensive history of the Ottoman textile sector, arguing that the trade's enduring success resulted from its openness to expertise and objects from far-flung locations. Amanda Phillips skillfully marries art history with social and economic history, integrating formal analysis of various textiles into wider discussions of how trade, technology, and migration impacted the production and consumption of textiles in the Mediterranean from around 1400 to 1800. Surveying a vast network of textile topographies that stretched from India to Italy and from Egypt to Iran, Sea Change illuminates often neglected aspects of material culture, showcasing the objects' ability to tell new kinds of stories.
Smithsonian Institution , Bureau of American Ethnology , 13th Annual Report ( 1896 ) , 9-46 . Hooper , Luther . Hand - Loom Weaving : Plain and Ornamental . London : Sir Isaac Pitman & Sons , 1920 . " The Loom and Spindle : Past ...
Author: Eric Broudy
A heavily illustrated classic on the evolution of the handloom is now reissued in a handy paper edition.
Artists and the Decorative Arts 1880–1935. Aldershot and Burlington: Ashgate, ... Designs on Modernity: Exhibiting the City in 1920s Paris. Manchester and New York: ... Hand-loom Weaving: Plain & Ornamental. London: John Hogg, 1910.
Author: Alla Myzelev
Challenging the notion that fashion and furniture were or are separate enterprises and distinct material aesthetic traditions, this collection focuses on three material and conceptual links central to understanding the relationship between interior design and fashion-the body, fabric, and space. The volume considers the changing visual, material and spatial character, methodological challenges posed by, and formal, political and historiographical significance of, a wide range of British, European and North American case studies since the eighteenth century. The volume's eleven case studies allow the reader to understand connecting notions behind the formation of interiors and fashionable clothing. The essays combine a wide range of significant and challenging new examples alongside powerful reversionary analyses of the various periods, artists, designers, and their best and significant objects. Fashion, Interior Design and the Contours of Modern Identity is concerned not only with fabric, but also with the body and the implications of embodiment in the practices of both design domains which are equally invested in the comfort, aesthetic pleasure, extension and support of the body in different and yet seemingly identical ways.
Hand - Loom Weaving , Plain and Ornamental . London : Pitman , 1920 ; New York : Taplinger , 1979. 338 p . A classical work on weaving techniques . Beginning with a historical overview from the beginnings of weaving to the development ...
Author: Isabel Buschman
Publisher: Metuchen, N.J. : Scarecrow Press
Buschman annotates more than 550 books and periodical titles published on the techniques and history of handweaving from 1928 through October 1989. She includes works on how to weave_basic weaving texts, books on looms and equipment, and patterns both for weaving and for woven articles; handweaving history and historic fabrics from around the world; works on Native American weaving, ranging from the Chilkats of the Northwest coast of North America, to the Pueblos and Navajos of our Southwest, Mexico, and Central America, and on through the rich weaving culture of the Andes; reference works containing specialized bibliographies and information on fibers, dyes, education and marketing; and periodicals. With author, title, and subject indexes.