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eBook Silk Designs of the Eighteenth Century: In the Collection of the Victoria and Albert Museum, London, With a Complete Catalogue ePub

by Natalie Rothstein

  • ISBN: 0821218123
  • Category: Collections Catalogs and Exhibitions
  • Subcategory: Photo and Art
  • Author: Natalie Rothstein
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Bulfinch Pr (November 1, 1990)
  • Pages: 351
  • ePub book: 1915 kb
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Natalie Rothstein was a curator at the Victoria and Albert Museum, specialising in the study of woven silks. She focused in particular on the development of the English silk industry from 1600 to 1850.

Natalie Rothstein was a curator at the Victoria and Albert Museum, specialising in the study of woven silks. The core of her work was published in Silk Designs of the Eighteenth Century in the Collection of the Victoria and Albert Museum (1990) which accompanied the V&A's Flowered Silks exhibition. Af Natalie Rothstein was a curator at the Victoria and Albert Museum, specialising in the study of woven silks

The album contains 97 designs for woven silk, painted in watercolour. When the album is opened some of the designs are folded to fit the format of the book. Natalie Rothstein, former Keeper of Textiles and Dress used these numbers in her catalogue.

The album contains 97 designs for woven silk, painted in watercolour. Most date from 1706 to 1716, but there are also a few from about 1730. They are bound with two anonymous designs of about 1840.

The designs of eighteenth-century woven silk in England and France exemplified skills acquired over two . Clare Browne is Assistant Curator in the Textiles and Dress Collection at the Victoria and Albert Museum.

The designs of eighteenth-century woven silk in England and France exemplified skills acquired over two millennia: in their range. Paperback: 112 pages.

By: 20080729 Victoria and Albert Museum. Contributor(s): Rothstein, Natalie. A Bulfinch Press book. Distributer: Al-Ahram. Includes bibliographical references (p. 345) and indexes. Material type: BookPublisher: Boston : Little, Brown1990. c1990Description: 351 p. : ill. (some co. ; 35 c. SBN: 0821218123 . ubject(s): Victoria and Albert Museum - Catalogs Silk - England - History - 18th century - Catalogs Silk - France - History - 18th century - Catalogs Textile design - England - History - 18th century - Catalogs Textile design.

A man's waistcoat with sleeves of 1747 is a rare example of eighteenth century clothing for which the garment itself, the original textile design, and a dated record of both the designer and the master weaver who made the fabric have also surviv.

A man's waistcoat with sleeves of 1747 is a rare example of eighteenth century clothing for which the garment itself, the original textile design, and a dated record of both the designer and the master weaver who made the fabric have also survived. The waistcoat is part of the collection of the Costume Institute at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, number .

Eighteenth Century in the Collection of the Victoria and Albert Museum, London : With a Complete Calalogue.

Silk Designs of the Eighteenth Century in the Collection of the Victoria and Albert Museum, London : With a Complete Calalogue. by Natalie Rothstein.

Bibliographic Details Publisher: Little, Brown and . Physical description; 351 p : ill., facsims, ports ; 35 cm. Subjects; Victoria and Albert Museum - Catalogs. Silk - England - History - 18th century - Catalogs.

Bibliographic Details Publisher: Little, Brown and Company, A Bulfinch Press Book,, Boston, Toronto & London. Publication Date: 1990. Smith Bookseller was established in 1975 as a specialist in rare and out-of-print reference material on art, architecture, design and photography, with American art our leading specialty.

Browne, Claire: Silk Designs of the Eighteenth Century: From the Victoria and Albert Museum, London, Thames .

Browne, Claire: Silk Designs of the Eighteenth Century: From the Victoria and Albert Museum, London, Thames & Hudson, 1996, ISBN 0-500-27880-6.

History, Victoria and Albert Museum, Textile design, Silk; Places: England, France; Times: 18th century.

Over the last century the V&A has also undergone various architectural changes to better display their collections and the museum’s history

Over the last century the V&A has also undergone various architectural changes to better display their collections and the museum’s history. In the Exhibition Road Quarter, recently designed by architect Amanda Levette, visitors can enjoy temporary exhibitions or leisurely sip a coffee at the café while marvelling at the historic façade originally designed by Aston Webb. While additions to the museum offer an opportunity to display archived collections, the V&A has been committed to restoring the museum’s existing exhibition spaces, most notably the Cast Courts.

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