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4 edition of European textiles in the Keir collection found in the catalog.

European textiles in the Keir collection

Monique King

European textiles in the Keir collection

400 BC to 1800 AD

by Monique King

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Published by Faber and Faber in London, Boston .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Europe
    • Subjects:
    • De Unger, Edmund -- Art collections -- Catalogs.,
    • Textile fabrics -- Europe -- Catalogs.,
    • Textile fabrics -- Private collections -- Catalogs.

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesKeir collection.
      StatementMonique King, Donald King.
      ContributionsKing, Donald, 1920-
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsNK8942 .K56 1990
      The Physical Object
      Pagination311 p. :
      Number of Pages311
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1590650M
      ISBN 100571133711
      LC Control Number91120265

      "This piece consists of two fragments joined, both showing the same section of the pattern. The design, which is incomplete, includes stems, leaves, flowers and other plant forms in green, red and blue on a cream ground." -via "European Textiles in the Keir Collection BC to AD," Monique King and Donald King, London: Faber and Faber,   Islamic Carpets and Textiles in the Keir Collection Faber and Faber, London pp. 49 color plates, black and white pp. GWO The catalog of the classical carpets and textiles in the Edmund de Unger collection.

      Textiles in the Metropolitan Museum of Art. New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art. The book is richly illustrated and is arranged in ten sections including one on European textiles of the sixteenth to nineteenth centuries The National Trust: historic houses and collections (13 article special section), Apollo, , This is the first time that this velvet has been exhibited since it was added to the Cooper-Hewitt's collection in (Treasures from the Collection, ) Exhibitions: CHM "Look Again," 20 March- 4 June CHM "More than Meets the Eye," 15 Nov 20 February The Textile Museum, Washington D.C.: "Woven from the Soul, Spun from the.

        The Keir Collection included rarities like early Coptic and Arabic textile art of the 5th to 10th centuries, early Islamic to late Medieval Egyptian manuscript art, painted Fatimid ceramics from. Pile-on-pile velvet Italy, Venice, late 16th or early 17th century European Textiles in the Keir Collection BC to AD, Monique King and Donald King, Faber and Faber, London, Altar Frontal (detail), showing violet velvet with flowers in gold. 16th century, Venice.


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European textiles in the Keir collection by Monique King Download PDF EPUB FB2

This book contains both colour and black and white pictures of fabulous textiles from this collection. Each picture has a detailed description which includes colours, patterns, weave, materials, fabric type, time period, and location of origin.4/5(1).

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The Keir Collection is probably one of the most remarkable and wide-ranging collections of works of art gathered together in any country since World War II. It is famous for its Islamic art. With the publication of this sixth volume on the collection, its European textiles.

Summary: The Keir collection, famous for its Islamic art, is probably one of the most wide-ranging collections of works of art gathered together in any country since This sixth volume in the collection looks at European textiles, particulary Italian.

Title: EUROPEAN TEXTILES IN THE KEIR COLLECTION BC TO AD Author Name: King, Monique & King, Donald. Categories: Costume and Textiles, Publisher: Faber & Faber: ISBN Number: ISBN Number Binding: Hardcover Book Condition: New in New dust jacket kg: kg Seller ID: Keywords: Costume + Textiles.

Jahrhunderts; Monique King and Donald King, The Keir Collection, European Textiles in the Keir Collection, BC to AD; Philippa Scott, the Book of Silk. probably England (Europe), c. x cm, abouta violet silk all-over repeat with so-called “frog feet” pattern (also known from Asia) on six-panel silk ground, the pattern.

European Textiles in the Keir Collection BC to AD • Faber & Faber • ISBN 0 1 King, Donald & Levey, Santina Victoria & Albert Museum Embroidery.

European Textiles in the Keir Collection BC to AD, Monique King and Donald King, Faber and Faber, London, Brocaded damask hanging. Italy, possibly Florence or Venice, late 15th or early 16th century. Donald King and Monique King, European Textiles in the Keir Collection, BC to AD, Chapter 3, especially, pp.

) Anna Muthesius, 'Silk in the Medieval World' in The Cambridge History of Western Textiles, ed. s, Vol. European Textiles in the Keir Collection BC to AD, Monique King and Donald King, Faber and Faber, London, Ciselé velvet altar-frontal.

Italy, possibly Florence, second half 16th or early 17th century. Acquired in Italy. Edmund Robert Anthony de Unger (Hungarian: Ödön Antal Robert de Unger, b 6 AugustBudapest - d 25 JanuaryHam, Surrey) was a Hungarian-born property developer and art London he built up the Keir Collection, one of the greatest post-war collections of Islamic art, bequeathed in to the Pergamon Museum of Islamic Art in Berlin.

Carpets and Textiles by Friedrich Spuhler,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. The paper on 'Early Textiles with Hunting subjects in the Keir collection', (I) served both the academic and the museum world, and it illustrated for the connoisseur what could be learnt by those engaged in building up private collections of medieval textiles.

The Keir Collection was assembled over the course of five decades by the noted art collector Edmund de Unger (–). Named after the 18th-century British mansion where it was once housed, the Keir Collection includes textiles, carpets, ceramics, rock crystal, metalwork, and works on paper.

The Keir Collection Of Islamic Art () Medium 3 silk 1 velvet (1) Bell metal (1) Bell Textile (16) Tinned copper (2) Lacquered Book Cover - Mounted Bearded Prince Killing a Dragon.

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We have offices in NYC and LA. And if you aren't located near us, not a problem. We have traveling sales representatives that can come to you. Edmund de Unger (* in Budapest) is an estate agent and since the s a collector of Islamic art.

Contents[show] Live Edmund de Unger was born in as a son of a Hungarian aristocrat's family in Budapest. His family built up in this Ungarische national museum and also his father was a passionate collector of carpets.

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Are you an author? Reviews: 1.A detailed analysis of the V & A's 18th- and early 19th-century pattern books, mostly by British silk designers. Includes a technical glossary, a biographical index of people who worked in the 18th-century British textile industry, a bibliography, and a general index.

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