• Anglais Textiles of india

    Rosemary Gill

    • Prestel
    • 3 September 2020

    Ce beau volume de grand format explore toute la richesse de textiles indiens à travers les siècles. Chaque chapitre est consacré à une région pour mieux détailler ses spécificités, l'évolution particulière de ses techniques et de ses couleurs en fonction des matières premières locales, ses usages domestiques ou sacrés au cours du temps et ses motifs. Complet et scientifique, ce livre présente aussi bien les soies Patola du Gujarat que les lampas tissés préservés dans les temples tibétains, les broderies du Penjab rural ou les cotons teints exportés en Indonésie.

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