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250 Stencil Designs From India

Autor: K. Prakash
Publisher: Courier Corporation
ISBN: 0486290263
File Size: 29,26 MB
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Authentic royalty-free designs include animal and floral motifs, paisleys, geometrics, border elements, spot illustrations, more. Ideal for textile design, home and furniture decoration, many other projects.

Designs And Motifs From India

Autor: Marty Noble
Publisher: Courier Corporation
ISBN: 0486434036
File Size: 6,73 MB
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Incredibly rich treasury of more than 200 traditional designs, developed by Indian artists over thousands of years. Exquisite adaptations from authentic embroideries and fabrics, pottery, mosaics, illuminated manuscripts, and other sources. Striking, permission-free motifs can easily be adapted for use in textiles and wallpaper, in furniture design, and in a host of other projects.

India By Design

Autor: Saloni Mathur
Publisher: Univ of California Press
ISBN: 9780520941052
File Size: 6,65 MB
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India by Design: Colonial History and Cultural Display maps for the first time a series of historical events—from the Raj in the mid-nineteenth century up to the present day—through which India was made fashionable to Western audiences within the popular cultural arenas of the imperial metropole. Situated at the convergence of discussions in anthropology, art history, museum studies, and postcolonial criticism, this dynamic study investigates with vivid historical detail how Indian objects, bodies, images, and narratives circulated through metropolitan space and acquired meaning in an emergent nineteenth-century consumer economy. Through an examination of India as represented in department stores, museums, exhibitions, painting, and picture postcards of the era, the book carefully confronts the problems and politics of postcolonial display and offers an original and provocative account of the implications of colonial practices for visual production in our contemporary world.

Sioux Quill And Beadwork

Autor: Carrie A. Lyford
Publisher: Courier Corporation
ISBN: 0486420892
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In-depth guide to ancient Native American crafts focuses on the techniques of the western Sioux. Explanations of techniques involved in quillwork, including dyeing and sewing, beadwork methods. More than 80 photographs and drawings depict handsome motifs on articles of clothing including vests, shirts, robes, dresses, leggings, moccasins, blankets, saddlebags, and shields.