Persian Flatweaves

Download * Persian Flatweaves PDF by # Parviz Tanavoli eBook or Kindle ePUB Online free. Persian Flatweaves The first deals with the cultural background to the subject. Other flatweaves, such as the palas, which is no less frequently found than the gelim, have scarcely been mentioned in any of the literature published so far, yet are shown in this work to be objects of great beauty and diversity. This is the first comprehensive survey of the vast and fascinating subject of Persian flatweaves, and in particular floor covers. Since the late 1960s, however, growing attention has been paid to the best kno

Persian Flatweaves

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Asin : 1851493352
Format Type : paperback
Number of Pages : 352 Pages
Publish Date : 0000-00-00
Language : English

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He was wide experience in the field among the country's diverse nomandic tribal and village people and has published over thirty books and articles on the subject. Professor Parviz Tanivoli is Iran's leading reasearcher on carpets and textiles.

. He was wide experience in the field among the country's diverse nomandic tribal and village people and has published over thirty books and articles on the subject. About the Author Professor Parviz Tanivoli is Iran's leading reasearcher on carpets and textiles

The first deals with the cultural background to the subject. Other flatweaves, such as the palas, which is no less frequently found than the gelim, have scarcely been mentioned in any of the literature published so far, yet are shown in this work to be objects of great beauty and diversity. This is the first comprehensive survey of the vast and fascinating subject of Persian flatweaves, and in particular floor covers. Since the late 1960s, however, growing attention has been paid to the best known type of flatweave, the gelim, revealing both its quality and variety. Previous publications on the subject have largely been dealers' restricted catalogues focusing on a narrow geographical area or the weavings of a particular group, or sections in more general books. Drawing on literary sources as well. The book is divided into two parts. This book thus fills a huge gap in the oriental carpet and textile liter

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