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Asian embroideries

Asian embroideries

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Published by Asian Art Museum of San Francisco in [San Francisco] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statement[text by Patricia Berger and Richard L. Mellott.
ContributionsBerger, Patricia., Mellott, Richard L., Asian Art Museum of San Francisco.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14315040M

Many believe embroidery developed subsequent to silk production. Whether its techniques originated first in the homes of villagers as a handicraft or were begun and refined by skilled artisans within palaces or the sumptuous homes of wealthy merchants or officials is impossible to determine, and indeed is probably irrelevant. Chinese Embroidery.   Finer threads allow for more delicate embroideries, and require greater mastery of stitching techniques. Of the Suzhou embroidery masters, Jinzhen Gu was known to split a single silk strand into 96 finer threads within 3 minutes; her unique ability was recognized by the Guinness Book .

Make Offer - Wall Hanging Best Gift Uzbek Hand Embroidery Vintage Suzani SALE WAS $ China is well known for its delicate silk threads and has decoratively embroidered textiles for thousands of years. Discovered by the outside world during the Han dynasty, Chinese embroidery and textiles became famous and were traded among the Greeks, Somalis, Romans, Persians, Indians, and Armenians for their beauty and lightweight quality.

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In Chinese Embroidery, you'll discover everything from the history of the art to the different schools in different ages and their styles to knowledge about selection, collection and preservation of embroidered articles.

Chinese Embroidery contains over full-color photos of works and step-by-step guides—all of which help to explain and analyze over twenty kinds of needlework /5(64).

About the Book Asian Embroidery is the result of an International Seminar held by Crafts Council of India, which was coordinated by the well-known authority on textiles, Jasleen Dhamija.

Writers, researchers, professors, who have spent a lifetime researching I different regions of Asia came together to share their knowledge. e-book (13) flower embroidery (31) plants embroidery (25) animal embroidery (18) 1 color embroidery (6) alphabet embroidery (9) fairy tales embroidery (5) cross stitch (7) bead embroidery (2) embroidery buttons (2) haute couture embroidery (2) mirror embroidery (1) purse embroidery (5) canaria embroidery (1) traditional japanese embroidery (6.

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Selling,trading, sharing or copying the artwork or the embroidery design is a violation of copyright law. Criminal copyright infringement, including infringement without monetary gain, is investigated by the FBI and is punishable by up to five years in federal prison and a fine of $,/5(2).

Asian Embroidery by Jasleen Dhamija Asian Embroidery is the result of an International Seminar held by Crafts Council of India, which was coordinated by the well-known authority on textiles, Jasleen Dhamija.

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Over time, as shishu developed its own unique Japanese qualities and characteristics, it took on a more artistic purpose. This is a lovely, if very slim, book featuring many beautiful pictures of traditional Japanese embroidery. The chapters cover a brief history of embroidery in Japan, the cultural meaning of commonly used motifs, the specialist equipment and materials used, preparation techniques for the threads as well as motifs that have stitch guides and diagrams shown for twelve different embroidery techniques/5(31).

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The authentic embroideries found in Mawangdui Han Tomb are best evidence of this unprecedented proliferation of embroidery. Meanwhile, unearthed embroideries from Mogao Caves in Dunhuang, the Astana-Karakhoja Ancient Tombs in Turpan and northern Inner Mongolia further strengthen this observation.

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Asian culture meets machine embroidery in 35+ beautiful designs Well-known designer Joan Elliott turns her talent to the ever-popular Asian look in "Asian-Inspired Machine Embroidery." The 35+ designs in this book and on the accompanying CD-ROM present a wide range of motifs for embellishing clothing, accessories, gifts and home decor.Embroidery is a traditional craft that has seen a big resurgence in recent years.

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