Twentieth century textiles

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ISBN: 1851495509
Release Date: 2007
Number of pages: 196
Author: Sue Kerry
Publisher: Antique Collectors Club Ltd

Download and read online Twentieth century textiles in PDF and EPUB Presents a selection of more than 100 furnishing textiles and designs that range from a spectacular printed hanging designed by the Wiener Werkst, tte artist, Dagobert Peche, between 1911 and 1918, to a series of dramatic woven, silk and metal wall coverings Les Colombes designed by Henri Stephany for the 1925 Exposition Internationale des Arts Decoratifs et Industriels Modernes. The Art Deco period is well represented by the works of Raoul Dufy, Alberto Lorenzi, Robert Bonfils, Alfred Latour, Emile Alain Seguy and Paul Dumas. Although the majority of pre-Second World War textiles are of French origin, the exhibition also includes some rare British furnishing fabrics from the 1930s, in particular the iconic and very elegant Magnolia Leaf by Marion Dorn, woven in off-white and silver viscut by Warner & Sons in 1936. During this period, Britain attracted talented European designers, such as Jacqueline Groag and Marian Mahler who had trained with Josef Hoffmann at the Vienna Kunstgewerbeschule.

Neo Classicism to Pop

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ISBN: 1851495509
Release Date: 2007-12-25
Number of pages: 196
Author: Francesca Galloway. London

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Twentieth Century Pattern Design

Filename: twentieth-century-pattern-design.pdf
ISBN: 1568987129
Release Date: 2007-02-08
Number of pages: 224
Author: Lesley Jackson
Publisher: Princeton Architectural Press

Download and read online Twentieth Century Pattern Design in PDF and EPUB The first book to examine pattern as an essential part of twentieth-century design history is now available in paperback. Organized by decade, Twentieth-Century Pattern Design details the technical innovations that affected the development of modern textiles and wallpapers. With stunning color plates and lively text, Lesley Jackson takes readers on a tour of the development of twentieth-century patterns from around the world. Focusing on surface pattern in the home, Jackson draws frequent parallels to the worlds of fashion, packaging, and graphics and explores the interrelationship between painting and pattern design. The result is a book that is as inspiring as it is informative.Twentieth-Century Pattern Design is an invaluable resource for modern design enthusiasts and historians, collectors, and interior and graphic designers.

Kimono Vanishing Tradition

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ISBN: IND:30000068198567
Release Date: 2001-01
Number of pages: 255
Author: Cheryl Imperatore
Publisher: Schiffer Publishing

Download and read online Kimono Vanishing Tradition in PDF and EPUB Kimono is a generic term for traditional Japanese clothing; it means thing to wear. This book provides an overview of some traditional garments, introduces types of designs found in twentieth century kimono that are still available, and presents wearable art inspired by kimono from contemporary artists. The text gives price ranges for items that would be reasonable in a store or gallery, and explains what to look for when collecting. As kimono disappear from Japanese wardrobes, they are becoming increasingly collectible. Each of the fourteen chapters opens with the definition of the type of apparel covered therein (including simple, everyday, formal, etc.) as well as their use in Japanese life. The terms are further explained in the Glossary. Over 525 color photographs display brilliant and subtle textile designs and demonstrate beauty in mens, womens, and childrens garments and accessories. Textile and clothing designers will find a wealth of inspiration here. Vintage clothing enthusiasts will be enthralled.

20th Century Pattern Design

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ISBN: 1840003715
Release Date: 2002
Number of pages: 224
Author: Lesley Jackson

Download and read online 20th Century Pattern Design in PDF and EPUB Pattern design has flourished throughout the 20th century. From the flamboyance of Art NOuveau at the end of the 19th century, to the computer-generated digital images created at the turn of the Millennium, each new generation has evolved their own distinctive approach to pattern design.

Organized Labor in the Twentieth century South

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ISBN: 0870496972
Release Date: 1991-01-01
Number of pages: 289
Author: Robert H. Zieger
Publisher: Univ. of Tennessee Press

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North American Women Artists of the Twentieth Century

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ISBN: 9781135638825
Release Date: 2013-12-19
Number of pages: 634
Author: Jules Heller
Publisher: Routledge

Download and read online North American Women Artists of the Twentieth Century in PDF and EPUB First Published in 1997. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Burma s Economy in the Twentieth Century

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ISBN: 9781107015883
Release Date: 2013-11-07
Number of pages: 244
Author: Ian Brown
Publisher: Cambridge University Press

Download and read online Burma s Economy in the Twentieth Century in PDF and EPUB An incomparable introduction to Burma's political and economic history written by one of the premier economic historians of Southeast Asia.

Jewish Studies at the Turn of the Twentieth Century

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ISBN: 9004115587
Release Date: 1999
Number of pages: 701
Author: European Association for Jewish Studies. Congress
Publisher: BRILL

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The Gold Standard at the Turn of the Twentieth Century

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ISBN: 9780231526333
Release Date: 2010-09-22
Number of pages: 288
Author: Steven Bryan
Publisher: Columbia University Press

Download and read online The Gold Standard at the Turn of the Twentieth Century in PDF and EPUB By the end of the nineteenth century, the world was ready to adopt the gold standard, out of fealty not so much to Britain but to realpolitik concerns of national power, prestige, and anti-English competition. Although the gold standard allowed countries to enact a virtual single world currency, the years before World War I were not a time of unfettered liberal economics and one-world, one-market harmony. Outside of Europe, the gold standard became a tool for nationalists and protectionists primarily interested in growing domestic industry and imperial expansion. This overlooked trend, provocatively reassessed in Steven Bryan's well-documented history, contradicts our conception of the gold standard as a British-based system infused with English ideas, interests, and institutions. In countries like Japan and Argentina, where nationalist concerns focused on infant-industry protection and the growth of military power, the gold standard enabled the expansion of trade and furthered the goals of the age: industry and empire. Bryan argues that these countries looked less to Britain and more to North America and the rest of Europe for ideological models. Not only does this history challenge our idealistic notions of the prewar period, it also reorients our understanding of the history that followed. Policymakers of the 1920s latched onto the idea that global prosperity before World War I was the result of a system dominated by English liberalism. Their attempt to reproduce this triumph helped bring about the global downturn, the Great Depression, and the collapse of the interwar world.

Textile Conservation

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ISBN: 9781136434754
Release Date: 2010-09-08
Number of pages: 336
Author: Frances Lennard
Publisher: Routledge

Download and read online Textile Conservation in PDF and EPUB Textile Conservation: Advances in Practice demonstrates the development in the role and practice of the textile conservator and captures the current diversity of textile conservators’ work. The book focuses on four major factors which have influenced development in textile conservation practice since the 1980s: the changing context, an evolution in the way conservators think about objects, the greater involvement of stakeholders, and technical developments. These are all integral to effective conservation decision-making. • Includes case studies from the UK, USA and mainland Europe and Asia • Assesses the conservation of objects in some of the world’s major cultural institutions • Highly illustrated in full colour to show the effect of conservation in practice Textile Conservation is a reference manual for textile conservators, textile conservation students and museum and heritage professionals.

Social Mobility in Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Century England

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ISBN: 9780230373211
Release Date: 1999-04-12
Number of pages: 262
Author: A. Miles
Publisher: Springer

Download and read online Social Mobility in Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Century England in PDF and EPUB This pioneering book provides the first systematic historical analysis of occupational and social mobility in England. Using a collection of over 10,000 marriage certificates to examine inter-generational change, and almost 500 autobiographical texts and abstracts to explore the dynamics of career mobility, it shows how the development of the nineteenth-century economy was accompanied by rising rates of mobility, which made English society more 'open' while at the same encouraging a distinct process of working-class formation.

The Cambridge History of Western Textiles

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ISBN: 0521341078
Release Date: 2003
Number of pages: 1191
Author: D. T. Jenkins
Publisher: Cambridge University Press

Download and read online The Cambridge History of Western Textiles in PDF and EPUB Textiles have been essential to the everyday lives of all societies. Besides helping provide protection and warmth, they have fulfilled social, cultural, military, legal and symbolic functions, and have been an essential part of the economic activity of societies from ancient times. The Cambridge History of Western Textiles brings together and extends current knowledge on the production and uses of textiles, through the eyes of archaeologists, economic and social historians, historians of fashion and the history of dress, and museum curators familiar with surviving artefacts. The history of all the major textile industries, including wool, linen, silk, cotton and artificial fibres is explored. Processes and technical terms are explained carefully, while the role and impact of textiles in western economies and societies are examined. In sum, the book offers an authoritative account of three thousand years of the production and consumption of textiles in the western world.