(23095-3) $8.95 DECORATIVE TILE DESIGNS IN Full COLOR, Carol Belanger Grafton (ed.) (26952-3) $15.95 MORE SILHOUETTES, Carol Belanger Grafton (ed.) (24256-0) $6.95 Old-Time VIGNETTES IN FULL COLOR, Carol Belanger Grafton (ed.) ...
Author: Lucien Vogel
Publisher: Courier Corporation
From a rare French portfolio: 59 exquisite motifs — mainly florals and foliates — incorporating Romanesque, Byzantine, Persian, Far Eastern, traditional Moroccan motifs. Royalty-free.
... 1995) L. Vogel: Moroccan Silk Designs in Full Color (Mineola, NY, 1996) K. Rainer and H el-Yakine: Tasnacht: Teppichkunst und traditionelles Handwerk der Berber Südmarokkos (Graz, 1999) Maroc: Les trésors du royaume (exh. cat., ...
Author: Jonathan Bloom
Category: Islamic architecture
Oxford University Press is proud to present the most up-to-date and comprehensive encyclopedia in this field. In three illustrated volumes with more than 1,500 entries, the Encyclopedia deals with all aspects of this important area of study, ranging from the Middle East to Central Asia to Southeast Asia and Africa as well as Europe and North America. The Grove Encyclopedia of Islamic Art and Architecture covers all subject areas including: artists, ruler, writers, architecture, ceramics, sculpture, painting, calligraphy, coins, textiles, and much more. The Encyclopedia offers fully-updated articles and bibliographies that draw upon the expansive scholarship of The Dictionary of Art, as well as more than 500 plans, maps, diagrams, illustrations, and color plates. This exciting reference work is accessible to scholars, students, and general readers, making it a reliable and essential resource covering this topic of burgeoning importance in world history and the visual arts.
The wide range of colors used in Persian du silence ( Courbevoie , 1995 ) textile arts reflects deep understanding of the techL. Vogel : Moroccan Silk Designs in Full Color ( Mineola , NY , nology and properties of dyes .
Author: Jonathan M. Bloom
Category: Art, Islamic
"Deals with all aspects of Islamic art and architecture ranging from the Middle East to Africa to Central, South, and East Asia and includes entries on artists, rulers, writers, ceramics, sculpture, metalwork, painting, calligraphy, textiles, and more"--Provided by publisher.
Soieries Marocaines ( Moroccan Silk Fabrics ) . Contains 50 mounted plates , in color , of designs . Volbach , W. F. New York . E. Weyhe . 1926 . Late Antique , Coptic , and Islamic Textiles of Egypt . Contains 100 plates , some in ...
Moroccan embroidery . In the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries practically every city in Morocco had its own characteristic type of embroidery . From Rabat come bolster- and pillowcases embroidered in floss silks , mostly dark blue ...
The design , colors , and above all the manner in which its compound structure was achieved indicate that this small fragment once formed part of a Moroccan silk wedding sash , part of a bridal costume loomed ...
Fez is renowned for its silk ; in the souks there is a covered market with a whole row of small stalls , filled from top to bottom with bobbins of silk thread arranged according to color . The merchant sits behind his little counter at ...
Author: Philippe Saharoff
Publisher: Flammarion-Pere Castor
LANDSCAPES: BETWEEN THE DESERT AND THE SEA Morocco is a vast country, offering a multitude of breathtaking landscapes, from the lush Rif region in the north and the Atlantic coast, dotted with blue and white villages, to the vast expanses of the south, with its immense Atlas mountains and burning desert sands. Nestled against this impressive backdrop are the imperial cities--Fez, Meknes, Rabat, and Marrakech--whose splendor bears witness to the magnificence of the sultans of yesteryear. SOUKS: A FEAST FOR THE SENSES The souk--the market at the heart of every medina--is a world unto itself, where enchanting colors, sounds, scents, and materials rouse the senses. Narrow, labyrinthine streets are lined with stalls and shops offering the finest in Moroccan craftsmanship: the carpets, pottery, ceramic tiles, lanterns, and ornate woodwork that are all part of the country's rich heritage. INTERIORS: ORIENTAL REFINEMENT The most impressive Moroccan interiors are to be found in the protected world of riads and dars. Their high outer walls barely hint at the inner splendors hidden within: this is a realm reserved to a select few. Sumptuous rooms lead onto terraces, built around an inner garden or courtyard filled with orange trees and fountains. Herein lies the Orient's timeless image as a Garden of Eden. RENDEZVOUS: DARS, RIADS, AND LEGENDARY HOTELS One of Morocco's charms lies in its unique hospitality, which views every visitor as a special guest. Whether you choose to rent a riad to experience Morocco as a resident, opt for the elegance of a celebrated hotel, or prefer a more discreet stop in an oasis at the edge of the desert, you will discover the magic and romance that are an integral part of the uniquely generous Moroccan way of life. From its spectacular mountain ranges to its boundless stretches of amber desert and beautiful coastline, Morocco offers an unparalleled panorama for the greedy eye. The intense peacefulness of the country's natural environment contrasts sharply with the bustle of its cities, which overflow with street-life: the "red city" of Marrakech, enchanted Fez, the Atlantic ports of Rabat and Casablanca . . . These different sights, seemingly worlds apart from each other, are all masterfully captured by the camera and brought together in this richly illustrated volume. Living in Morocco also takes the reader beyond the imposing walls of medinas and citadels, through labyrinthine streets where traditional "souk" markets are held, and into the homes and hidden gardens of some of the country's most illustrious inhabitants. In these private oases, one can take in the sweet scent of orange trees while sipping a glass of the freshest mint tea and indulging in gourmet delicacies .
The Complete Planning Guide for a Toddler Curriculum , Vol . II . Cynthia Catlin . ( Illus . ) . ... Moroccan Silk Designs in Full Color . ... 14.95 ( 2.911141-07.5 , Pub . by Les Edins Pascale FR ) Assoc Pubs Grp . Morocco Modern .
The introduction of imported tulles and muslins decorated with floral motifs to have engendered the designs featuring full - blown flowers entirely filled with embroidery , whose subsequent stylization was to have such an impact on ...
Author: Isabelle Denamur
This title explains how Moroccan women passed this cultural art down to the next generation and how embroidered pattern were used to decorate interior spaces as well as certain traditional accessories in the female wardorbe such as shawls, belts, handkerchiefs and headscarves.
MANY NOVELTIES IN FRENCH SILKS T CT HAT the silk industry in France is rapidly ton with a ribbed twill ; Petale crêpe , an attracreturning to its pre - war and normal condi- tive satin crêpe , which is similar to Moroccan tion is being ...
reds and yellows arranged in geometrical patterns , whereas in Tetuan , pastel - shaded silk grounds support denticulated floral compositions ... It is also the color of the star which strikes the red field of Morocco's national flag .
The most common Moroccan rug is the Berber. Berber rugs are traditional types made primarily by Berber tribes in the Atlas Mountains. The designs are abstract and geometric. Some are primitive, often of natural wool color with simple ...
Author: Lynn M. Jones
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
The gold standard for entry-level interior design education, now published by Wiley In this Eleventh Edition of Beginnings of Interior Environments, accomplished interior designer and professor Lynn M. Jones delivers a balanced and comprehensive overview of commercial and residential interior design. Written to offer coverage of the creative and technical characteristics of the profession, the text also addresses Council for Interior Design Accreditation (CIDA) content. The book presents topics on the scope of the profession, spatial development, and visual literacy while also reviewing the factors of quality aesthetics. Hundreds of images from actual design projects, supplied by national and international design firms, illustrate the design process. “Design Scenarios,” or case studies, demonstrate examples of professional practice and in-house production work students are likely to encounter during their career. The text discusses issues of global importance, from sustainability to universal design; a pictorial essay reviews the history of style. Readers will also enjoy: An introduction to interior environments, including the fundamentals of interior design and the health, safety, and welfare benefits of interior design An exploration of design fundamentals, including the elements and principles of design, with a special emphasis on color Practical discussions on building construction, including construction components and codes, as well as lighting, electrical, and communication systems An entire section dedicated to interior finishes—upholstery, wallcoverings, and floorings—and furnishings—furniture, art, and accessories In-depth examinations of the profession of interior design, including career opportunities Beginnings of Interior Environments is perfect for students in an introductory interior design course, and an indispensable resource for anyone seeking a balanced interior design perspective for their home or office.
Cotton is often used in Middle Atlas and Zemmour flatweaves to create supplementary designs in white , providing an effective contrast with the darker colors of the foundation . Silk is used in small amounts to enliven the design ...
Embroidery was bright yellow floral designs. Some women wore massive dresses of stiffened material such as heavily embroidered velvet. Fez became famous for large silk belts called hizam sqalli. These valuable belts are now collectors' ...
Author: Jill Condra
This two-volume set presents information and images of the varied clothing and textiles of cultures around the world, allowing readers to better appreciate the richness and diversity of human culture and history. • Contributions from over 50 experts in their field • Dozens of photographs • A bibliographic listing of further reading and references with each section
The materials have an iridescent quality because they are infused with metal, says designer Judy Schmidlapp. ... A faux finish enlivens the walls and the area is furnished with silk taffeta portieres, a handpainted Moroccan screen, ...
Cincinnati Magazine taps into the DNA of the city, exploring shopping, dining, living, and culture and giving readers a ringside seat on the issues shaping the region.
Complete , $ 15.95 plus express now charges collect . Every order acjust knowledged . ... New Moroccan Leather Hand Bag with silk embroidered designs , offered in two color combinations , Beige and White or Black and White .