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French textiles.

Marguerie Duguet de Laprade


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French textiles by Marguerie Duguet de Laprade Download PDF EPUB FB2

In the past ten years, antique textiles, especially those from France, have become very popular for interior decoration. In her easy-to-read style, the author gives a basic history of French textiles from the Middle Ages to Art Déco. beautiful color photographs demonstrate traditional and contemporary uses for French textiles.

book, cottons, linens, laces, embroidery, needlepoint, and trims.5/5(2). Book of French Textile Samples () [French textiles] from Maison Robert, by Victor Ducroquet; ; Paris.

This delightful book features a collection of nineteenth-century textile samples — in the form of watercolour copies — from the Robert Maison company (about which we couldn't find too much, apart from the fact they were based in Paris).

SAMPLE BOOK (FRANCE), Its medium is paper, printed cotton textile samples Oversized red cloth bound book with 2, French textile samples. Very good condition and quality. Predominantly dark colors and earth tones.

This lavishly-illustrated book is a survey of the Getty Museum's seventeenth- and eighteenth-century French textiles--one of the world's finest collections. Featuring twenty-five extraordinary tapestries woven at the Gobelins and Beauvais manufacturies, the catalogue also 5/5(3). Internet Archive BookReader [French textiles] Copy and paste one of these options to share this book elsewhere.

Link to this page view Link to the book Embed a mini Book Reader 1 page 2 pages Open French textiles. book this page. Finished [French textiles] [French textiles] ← Back to item details. In the past ten years, antique textiles, especially those from France, have become very popular for interior decoration.

In her easy-to-read style, the author gives a basic history of French textiles from the Middle Ages to Art Déco. beautiful color photographs demonstrate traditional and contemporary uses for tapestries, cottons, linens, laces, embroidery, Pages:   [French textiles] Item Preview French.

Mounted label on inside of front cover: Maison Robert, Victor Ducroquet, gendre et successeur, no. Title from spine Mounted illustrations are chiefly watercolor drawings of textile designs, numbered tobut without patterns for every numberPages: Junk Journal and Scrapbook paper digital download kit - French Textiles COLLECTION.

This is a collection of digital images adopted from a sample book of French textiles from the early 19th century. Because theyyou can resize them to fit 5/5().

French textiles. Leigh-on-Sea, F. Lewis [distributed in the U.S. by] Textile Book Service, Plainfield, N.J. [] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Marguerite Duguet de Laprade.

A Glorious Book of French Textile Samples ( These terrific images appear in a book of textile samples (swatches) produced by the Robert Maison, based in Paris, France. A label on the inside of front cover notes: “Maison Robert, Victor Ducroquet, gendre et successeur, no.

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Product Information. In the past ten years, antique textiles, especially those from France, have become very popular for interior decoration. In her easy-to-read style, the author gives a basic history of French textiles from the Middle Ages to Art Déco.

beautiful color photographs demonstrate traditional and contemporary uses for tapestries, cottons, linens, laces. French Textiles from the Middle Ages Through the Second Empire by Carlano and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at French Tapestries and Textiles is a survey of the Getty Museum's seventeenth- and eighteenth-century French textiles—one of the world's finest collections.

Featuring twenty-five extraordinary tapestries woven at the Gobelins and Beauvais manufactories, the catalogue also highlights three carpets, two knotted-pile screens, and two sets of embroidered bed hangings, one of which is. African textiles book NIGERIAN WEAVING by Venice Lamb & Judy Holmes.

$ Free shipping. HISTORY OF COSTUME Rare Vintage Books on DVD Dress Fashion History Textiles Details about TEXTILES & WEAVING of MEDITERRANEAN NOMADIC SHEPHERDS Illustrated French Book.

TEXTILES & WEAVING of MEDITERRANEAN NOMADIC Seller Rating: % positive. Look to an old book shelf or desk nook and simply add wallpaper. @bpatrickflynn transformed a dated family room into a happy place to work from home with the help of our Cochin wallpaper from the Trade Routes collection.

📸 @rusticwhiteinteriors @courtneylichty #thibaut #wallpaper #thibautwallpaper #interiordesign #DIY #bookcase 26 comment. Crochet (English: / k r oʊ ˈ ʃ eɪ /; French:) is a process of creating textiles by using a crochet hook to interlock loops of yarn, thread, or strands of other materials.

The name is derived from the French term crochet, meaning 'small hook'.Hooks can be made from a variety of materials, such as metal, wood, bamboo, or plastic. The key difference between crochet and knitting, beyond. French Tapestries and Textiles is a survey of the Getty Museum’s seventeenth- and eighteenth-century French textiles—one of the world’s finest collections.

Featuring twenty-five extraordinary tapestries woven at the Gobelins and Beauvais manufactories, the catalogue also highlights three carpets, two knotted-pile screens, and two sets of embroidered bed hangings, one of which is.

French Textiles - From to the Present is an excellent book, both as a general survey as well as a solid reference. The first picture below, from p shows a typical lateth century bed that used several different toile patterns on one bed.

Free kindle book and epub digitized and proofread by Project Gutenberg. Scraps of thread and fabric are stitched and pulled into fairy tale creatures looking for new owners and worlds to inhabit. Finch works alone and makes everything himself by hand in a studio full of books, glass jars and naughty cats.Toiles de Jouy: Classic Printed Textiles from France, – London: Thames & Hudson, Broudy, Eric.

The Book of Looms: A History of the Handloom from Ancient Times to the Present. New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold, Hackenbroch, Yvonne. English and Other Needlework: Tapestries and Textiles in the Irwin Untermyer Collection.Stunningly soft French linen made directly in the 11th Arr of Paris.

High-quality silk screened images evoke a time long past of living in the French countryside. This one honors an ancient book print displaying some of the vegetables for which France is famous.

Each measures 27 x 20 with a cotton hang tag. Machine wash and dry.