LE TAPIS/THE RUG UN ART FONDAMENTAL LE TAPIS PRCD DE NOTES ETHNOGRAPHIQUES PAR ARNOLD VAN GENNEP / A FUNDAMENTAL ART.
Exhibition brochure, for an exhibition of Indonesian textiles, which describe, in a general fashion, these textiles. Also, another version, typed, with the text, but without the illustration.
and other countries generally call the group "ISIL", while much of the Arab world uses the Arabic acronym "Dāʻish".
France's Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius said "This is a terrorist group and not a state.
although – and to a certain extent because – it is considered derogatory, as it resembles the Arabic words Daes (lit.
n.d.(1970), Textile Museum, 4 p., 1 illus., 28 x 21.5 cm.
Exhibition catalogue, Crafts and Folk Art Museum; detailed and based on first hand experience of the authors.
Prices include shipping to customers in the United States by regular mail. Credit card orders can be processed via paypal (under "The Rug Book Shop" and "[email protected]"). A survey of Turkish flatweaves; the illustrations are of flatweaves and details showing designs & construction; there is a good 4 page bibliography. A picture book of rugs, mostly l6th to l8th centuries, by a French dealer, reflecting European tastes; examples include the traditional Caucasian, Persian, Turkish carpets, and also European tapestry, Spanish rugs, Coptic fragments, and Eastern European rugs. This copy is a hardcover, bound probably by Librairie Orientale H.
Customer who want their order shiped by priority mail should add on . New books are always arriving, so this is a partial list of items in stock; if you want something not in this catalogue, write; we may have a copy, and are in any case willing to make a note of your interest. The text of 24 papers presented at the 7th ICOC in Hamburg/Berlin in 1993; in English; the illustrations are not always good, but the importance of the book lies in the text; useful for people who missed the conference, or whose notes are illegible. Samuel, Paris, in red cloth, with the author and title on the spine in gold lettering; pages croped slightly.