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East-West Dyeing and Weaving, Vol. 1

Various
Published in 1950
Compiled by Tsutomu Ema (Japanese, 1884–1979)


Accession Number

*825.324 v.1

Medium or Technique

Book of woodblock prints

Not On View

Classifications

Illustrated books

Volume 1 of 2, the two volumes together contain 468 multi-colored woodblock prints. Collection of reproductions of old cloths from Egypt, Italy, Holland, Persia, India, Java, Sumatra, etc.

Page 1
Top: Egyptian bird pattern
Bottom left: Standing tree pattern
Bottom right: Coptic cloth

Page 2
Top: Coptic bird pattern
Middle left: Bird in diamond shape pattern
Middle right: Romanian flower pattern
Bottom left: Persian pattern
Bottom right: Flower pattern

Page 3
Top: Persian cloth
Bottom left: African cloth
Bottom right: Egyptian circle pattern

Page 4
Top: Persian flower pattern
Bottom left: Shining standing tree pattern
Bottom right: Staggered circle pattern

Page 5
Top left: Standing tree in diamond
Top right: Different flower and branch pattern
Bottom: Flower, fruit and ivy pattern

Page 6
Top left: Swedish flower cloth
Top right: Kyrgyz flower pattern
Middle left: Turkish flower pattern
Middle right: Russian flower and branch
Bottom left: Scandinavian ivy pattern
Bottom right: Persian cloth

Page 7
Top left: Albanian flower pattern
Top right: Hungarian cloth
Middle left: Spain
Middle right: Greek pattern
Bottom left: Romanian pattern
Bottom right: Ukrainian cloth

Page 8
Top left: Peruvian cloth a
Top right: Peruvian cloth d
Middle left: Peruvian cloth b
Middle right: Siberian flower pattern
Bottom left: Peruvian cloth c
Bottom right: Peruvian cloth e

Page 9
Top left: Greek cloth
Top right: French weed and flower pattern
Middle left: Greek ship pattern
Middle right: Norwegian flower pattern
Bottom left: Swedish pattern
Bottom right: Greek cloth

Page 10
Top left: Scandinavian diamond
Top right: Turkish flower cloth
Middle left: Flower cloth
Middle right: Scandinavian diamond
Bottom left: Flower and branch pattern
Bottom right: Persian cloth

Page 11
Top left: Ukrainian ____
Top right: Cucumber ___ dye
Middle left: Scandinavian flower pattern
Middle right: Bukharian cloth
Bottom left: Turkish cloth
Bottom right: Egyptian cloth

Page 12
Top left: Turkish flower pattern
Top right: Russian flower and bird
Middle left: Chinese flower pattern
Middle right: French flower pattern
Bottom left: Italia
Bottom right: Turkistan flower pattern

Page 13
Top left: Bukharian cloth
Top right: Turkish flower pattern
Middle left: Persian brocade sash
Middle right: Turkmen weed pattern
Bottom left: Siberian pattern
Bottom right: Florence flower pattern

Page 14
Top left: Bukharian circle pattern
Top right: Indian cloth
Middle left: Persian flower pattern
Middle right: Persian flower pattern
Bottom left: Persian flower pattern
Bottom right: Indian pattern

Page 15
Top left: Turkish cloth
Top right: Bukharian flower pattern
Middle left: French flower pattern
Middle right: Indian weed and flower
Bottom left: Turkistan weed and flower
Bottom right: Central Asian scattered pattern

Page 16
Top left: Italian cloth
Top center: Ukrainian cloth
Top right: Southern European cloth
Middle: Persian cloth
Bottom left: Spanish cloth
Bottom right: Near Eastern cloth

Page 17
Top left: West European arabesque
Top right: Persian cloth
Middle left: Western area (West of China) pattern
Middle right: Indian cloth
Bottom left: Turkish pattern
Bottom right: Turkistan flower pattern

Page 18
Top left: West European arabesque
Top right: Middle Asian cloth
Middle left: Turkish pattern
Middle right: Egyptian cloth
Bottom left: Turkish cloth
Bottom right: North Eastern Indian cloth

Page 19
Top left: Ancient weed and flower
Top right: Flower pattern
Middle left: Persian pattern
Bottom left: Indian cloth
Bottom center: Turkish pattern
Bottom right: Near Eastern cloth

Page 20
Top left: African pattern
Top right: Near Eastern cloth
Middle left: Turkistan cloth
Bottom left: Indian cloth
Bottom right: Persian cloth

Page 21
Top left: Central Asian cloth
Top right: Bukharian cloth
Bottom left: North Western Persian cloth
Middle center: Persian cloth
Bottom right: “Kuba”? (Romanized Japanese) cloth
Bottom center: Bukharian cloth

Page 22
Top left: “Konia”? (Romanized Japanese) cloth
Top right: Northern Persian cloth
Middle left: Lazican cloth
Middle center: Central Asian pattern
Bottom left: Anatolean cloth
Bottom right: Minor Asian (Anatolean)

Page 23
Top left: Persian cloth
Top right: Northern Persian cloth
Middle center: Central Asian cloth
Middle right: Eastern Persian cloth
Bottom left: Central Asian flower cloth
Bottom right: Flower cloth

Page 24
Top left: South Western Persian cloth
Top right: Syrian flower pattern
Middle left: Western South Persian stripe pattern
Bottom left: Central Asian cloth
Bottom right: Minor Asian (Anatolean) flower pattern

Page 25
Top left: Eastern Minor Asian cloth
Top right: Kashgar flower pattern
Center left: Central Persian cloth
Center right: Eastern Caucasian cloth
Bottom left: Southern Persian cloth
Bottom right: Persian cloth

Page 26
Top left: “Kura”? (Romanized Japanese) cloth
Top right: Scanian cloth
Middle center: Scanian cloth
Middle right: Eastern Caucasian cloth
Bottom left: Swedish cloth
Bottom right: Blekinge cloth

Page 27
Top left: Persian embroidery
Top right: Egyptian cloth
Middle left: Bukharian cloth
Bottom left: Blekinge cloth
Bottom right: Italian cloth

Page 28
Top left: Turkish cloth
Top right: Shiraz (Iran) cloth
Middle left: Egyptian cloth
Middle right: Greek cloth
Bottom left: Persian cloth
Bottom right: Kirghiz cloth

Page 29
Top left: Khotan cloth
Top right: Scandinavian cloth
Middle right: Southern Persian cloth
Bottom left: Southern Caucasus cloth
Bottom right: Persian cloth

Page 30
Top left: A
Top right: B
Middle: ____ C
Bottom left: D
Bottom right: E

Page 31
Top left: Coptic pattern
Top right: Egyptian Pattern
Middle center: Persian cloth
Middle right: ____
Bottom left: Egyptian cloth
Bottom right: Egyptian cloth

Page 32
Top left: ____
Top right: Egyptian pattern
Middle left: Greek pattern
Bottom left: Near Eastern cloth
Bottom right: Near Eastern cloth

Page 33
Six samples of Egyptian cloth A, B, C, D, E, and F
Top left: A
Top right: B
Middle center: C
Middle right: D
Bottom left: E
Bottom right: F

Page 34
Top left: Indian cloth
Top right: Javanese cloth
Three samples of Indian cloth
Middle right: Indian
Bottom left: Indian
Bottom right: Indian

Page 35
Four samples of Indian cloth
Top left: Indian
Top right: Indian
Middle center: Indian
Middle right: Javanese cloth
Bottom left: Indian
Bottom right: Indian cloth

Page 36
Top left: Romanian cloth
Top right: Persian cloth
Bottom left: Romanian cloth
Bottom right: Egyptian cloth

Page 37
Top left: Romanian cloth
Two samples of Indian stripe (Kando)
Top right: Indian stripe
Middle right: Indian stripe
Middle left: Persian cloth
Bottom left: Persian cloth
Bottom right: Romanian cloth

Page 38
Top left: Peruvian cloth
Top right: Egyptian cloth
Bottom left: Persian cloth
Bottom right: Egyptian cloth

Page 39
Top left: Indian cloth
Top right: Hispanic cloth
Bottom left: Yugoslavian cloth
Bottom center: Persian cloth
Bottom right: Egyptian cloth

Page 40
Two samples of Persian cloth
Top left: Persian
Top right: Persian
Middle left: Egyptian cloth
Three samples of Romanian cloth
Bottom left: Romanian
Bottom center: Romanian
Bottom right: Romanian

Page 41
Top left: Persian cloth
Top right: Javanese cloth
Middle center: Javanese cloth
Bottom left: Javanese cloth
Bottom right: Romanian cloth

Page 42
Six samples of Finnish cloth a, b, c, d, e and f
Top left: a
Top center: b
Top right: c
Middle left: d
Bottom left: e
Bottom right: f

Page 43
Two samples of Finnish cloth
Top left: Finnish
Top right: Finnish
Middle left: Coptic cloth
Middle right: Finnish cloth
Bottom left: Morocco cloth
Bottom right:

Page 44
Top left: Persian cloth
Top right: French pattern
Middle center: Bukharian cloth
Bottom left: Persian cloth
Bottom right: Brazilian flower pattern

Page 45
Top left: Egyptian cloth
Top right: African cloth
Middle center: Indian cloth
Bottom left: Indian cloth
Bottom center: Persian cloth
Bottom right: Indian cloth

Page 46
Top: Persian cloth
Middle right: Southern Pacific cloth
Bottom left: Cashmere cloth

Page 47
Four samples of Indian cloth

Page 48
Four samples of Indian cloth

Page 49
Five samples of Indian cloth

Page 50
Top left: Persian cloth
Top right: Cashmere cloth
Middle center: Persian cloth
Bottom left: Persian cloth
Bottom right: Indian cloth

Credit Line

William Morris Hunt Memorial Library, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston