Blanket Weaving in the Southwest. Joe Ben Wheat.
Blanket Weaving in the Southwest
Blanket Weaving in the Southwest
Blanket Weaving in the Southwest
Blanket Weaving in the Southwest
Blanket Weaving in the Southwest
Blanket Weaving in the Southwest
Blanket Weaving in the Southwest

Blanket Weaving in the Southwest

Tucson, Arizona: The University of Arizona Press, 2003. First. Hardcover. Blue silk/boards with gilt lettering. Color-illus. dj with navy lettering on cream spine. 444 pp. with 191 color plates; bw figures throughout, numbered by chapter; and 2 maps. Heavy and will require extra postage (6 pounds; 2.72 kilos). NF/VG+ (but art museum ex-lib. copy with bar code inside back cover and blind stamp on lower title page). Item #152704
ISBN: 0816523045

Describes the evolution of southwestern textiles from the early historic period to the late 19th century and establishes a revised chronology for their development while tracing significant changes in material, techniques, and designs. Includes information on fibers, yarns, dyes, and fabric structure, as well as the impact of new technologies and economies on a traditinoal craft. Edited and completed by Ann Lane Hedlund after Wheat's death. With the catalogue of Pueblo, Navajo, and Mexican/Spanish-American Textiles, several appendices, and a list of plates, figures, and two maps. Really an amazing book, beautifully illustrated. A required reference for anyone passionate about Southwestern textiles.

Price: $75.00 save 10% $67.50

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