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Hans Holbein The Younger


Author : Erika Michael
language : en
Publisher: Routledge
Release Date : 2013-08-21


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First Published in 1997. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

The New Anchor Book Of Blackwork Embroidery Stitches


Author : Jill Cater Nixon
language : en
Publisher: David & Charles
Release Date : 2005-05-01


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Blackwork is a counted thread embroidery technique in which repetitive patterns are used to fill outlined areas. This book covers the materials and equipment needed, the essential stitches, and outlines in step-by-step detail the working of 49 infill patterns. It is sure to become an indispensable reference for stitchers. Blackwork was originally so called because black thread was most often used on white fabrics, but many of the 16 original charted designs provided show how this technique can just as effectively be worked with coloured threads on coloured fabrics. The beautiful designs include ringing Christmas bells, a charming country cottage, delicate florais and an exotic oriental fan and kimono. There are also ideas for how the delightful designs can be used to create a selection of small projects.

Artists Of Colonial America


Author : Elisabeth Louise Roark
language : en
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
Release Date : 2003-01-01


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Discusses the lives of ten colonial American artists.

Needlework Through History


Author : Catherine Amoroso Leslie
language : en
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
Release Date : 2007-01-01


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Explores the history of needlework by providing alphabetically arranged entries about techniques, patterns, and styles used around the world and their changes with time.

The Royal School Of Needlework Book Of Needlework And Embroidery


Author : Lanto Synge
language : en
Publisher: HarperCollins
Release Date : 1986


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The Renaissance And Mannerism In Northern Europe And Spain


Author : Alastair Smart
language : en
Publisher:
Release Date : 1972


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Carpets And Rugs Of Europe And America


Author : Sarah B. Sherrill
language : en
Publisher: Abbeville Pr
Release Date : 1996-02-01


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In this comprehensive volume, Sarah Sherrill examines Western carpet design and production from the Middle Ages to the present, in styles that range from magnificent palatial creations to delightful folk designs. With hundreds of dazzling illustrations, Sherrill's authoritative text includes chapters on Moorish weavers and the golden age of carpets in Spain; the exquisite carpets of the Savonnerie, Aubusson, and Beauvais in France; productions from Moorfields, Exeter, and Axminster in England; the intriguing but little-studied rugs of Eastern European countries; the charming and resourceful rugs of America; and an important chapter on modern designs that offers an extensive survey of rugs created by leading artists and architects of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Sherrill's stimulating text, based on years of research, brims with interesting new findings, not only on the history and design of these works, but also technological developments that had an often unrecognized effect on rug design and production.