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East-West Dyeing and Weaving, Vol. 2

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


Accession Number

*825.324 v.2

Medium or Technique

Book of woodblock prints

Not On View

Classifications

Illustrated books

Volume 2 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 left: Dutch cloth
Top right: Egyptian cloth
Middle left: Mesopotamian cloth
Bottom left: Hungarian cloth
Bottom right: Peruvian cloth

Page 2
Top left: Suma land cloth
Top right: Minor Asian (Anatolen) cloth
Bottom left: Turkish cloth
Bottom right: Engelmann cloth

Page 3
Top left: Braking cloth
Top right: Swedish cloth
Bottom left: Bosnian cloth
Bottom right: Peruvian cloth

Page 4
Top left: “Darecaria” (Romanized Japanese) cloth
Top right: “Sukania” (Romanized Japanese) cloth
Center: Persian cloth
Bottom left: Minor Asian (Anatolen) cloth
Bottom right: Syrian cloth

Page 5
Top left: German cloth
Top right: “Westeru botten” (Romanized Japanese) cloth
Bottom left: Suma land cloth
Bottom right: Cashmere cloth

Page 6
Top left: Indian cloth
Top right: Persian cloth
Middle right: “Vestman land” (Romanized Japanese) cloth
Bottom left: Egyptian cloth
Bottom right: Egyptian cloth

Page 7
Top left: “Sukanian” (Romanized Japanese) cloth
Middle left: Minor Asian (Anatolen) cloth
Right: “Sukanian” (Romanized Japanese) cloth
Bottom: “Sukanian” (Romanized Japanese) cloth

Page 8
Top: Egyptian cloth
Middle left: Spanish cloth
Middle right: Persian cloth
Bottom left: Bornese cloth
Bottom right: Slovakian cloth

Page 9
Top left: Turkish cloth
Top right: Tartar cloth
Bottom left: “Vestman land” (Romanized Japanese) cloth
Bottom right: Turkish cloth

Page 10
Top left: Byzantine cloth
Top right: “Vestman land” (Romanized Japanese) cloth
Bottom left: “Breking” (Romanized Japanese) cloth
Bottom right: Indian cloth

Page 11
Five samples of Swedish cloth

Page 12
Five samples of Egyptian cloth

Page 13
Five samples of Swedish cloth

Page 14
Five samples of Egyptian cloth

Page 15
Five samples of Swedish cloth

Page 16
Six samples of Javanese cloth

Page 17
Seven samples of Persian cloth

Page 18
Top left: Indian cloth
Top right: Chinese cloth
Bottom left: Himeji cloth
Bottom right and Center: Two samples of Indian cloth

Page 19
Six samples of Egyptian cloth

Page 20
Top left: “Sukanian” (Romanized Japanese) cloth
Top right: “Brekinge” (Romanized Japanese) cloth
Center: Egyptian cloth
Bottom left: Swedish cloth
Bottom right: Swedish cloth

Page 21
Top left: Persian cloth
Top right: Egyptian cloth
Center:
Bottom left: Byzantine cloth
Bottom right: Swedish cloth

Page 22
Top: Persian cloth
Center: Capitan cloth
Bottom left: Egyptian cloth
Bottom right: Persian cloth

Page 23
Top left: Persian cloth
Top right: Armenian cloth
Center: Italian Pattern
Bottom left: Persian cloth
Bottom right: Turkish cloth

Page 24
Top left: Capitan cloth
Top right: Byzantine pattern
Center: Indian cloth
Bottom left: Indian cloth
Bottom right: Indian cloth

Page 25
Top left: “Sukanian” (Romanized Japanese) cloth
Top right: English cloth
Bottom left: Egyptian cloth
Bottom right: Dutch cloth

Page 26
Top left: Italian cloth
Top right: German cloth
Bottom left: Persian cloth
Bottom right: Swedish cloth

Page 27
Top left: Persian cloth
Top right: German cloth
Bottom left: Turkish cloth
Bottom right: Indian cloth

Page 28
Top left: “Brekinge” (Romanized Japanese) cloth
Top right: Indian cloth
Center: Cantonese cloth
Bottom left: Bali cloth
Bottom right: Sumatran cloth

Page 29
Top left: “Brekinge” (Romanized Japanese) cloth
Top right: Swedish cloth
Center: Swedish cloth
Bottom left: Chinese pattern
Bottom right: Indian cloth

Page 30
Top left: Suma land cloth
Top right: “Liou” (Romanized Japanese) cloth
Center: Egyptian cloth
Bottom left: Egyptian cloth
Bottom right: Egyptian cloth

Page 31
Top left: Caucasian cloth
Top right: New Guinean cloth
Bottom left: Timor cloth
Bottom right: New Guinean cloth

Page 32
Top left: Tibetan cloth
Top right: Timor cloth
Center: Indonesian cloth
Bottom left: Indonesian cloth
Bottom right: Afghanistan cloth

Page 33
Top left: Alaskan cloth
Top right: Manchurian cloth
Center: New Guinean pattern
Bottom left: New Guinean cloth
Bottom right: Javanese cloth

Page 34
Top left: Taiwanese pattern
Top right: Timor cloth
Center: Sumatran cloth
Bottom left: Bali cloth
Bottom right: Alaskan cloth

Page 35
Top left: Luzon cloth
Top right: Arabian cloth
Middle right: Indonesian cloth
Bottom left: Baltic cloth
Bottom right: South American cloth

Page 36
Top left: New Guinean cloth
Top right: Bali cloth
Bottom left: Luzon cloth
Bottom right: Celebes cloth

Page 37
Top left: Czech Slovakian cloth
Top right: Czech Slovakian cloth
Center: Yugoslavian cloth
Middle right: Czech Slovakian cloth
Bottom: Czech Slovakian cloth

Page 38
Five samples of Hawaiian cloth

Page 39
Top left: “Kiruman” (Romanized Japanese) cloth
Top right: Central Persian cloth
Center: Afghanistan cloth
Bottom left: “Hamedan” (Romanized Japanese) cloth
Bottom right: Turkish cloth

Page 40
Five samples of Hawaiian cloth

Page 41
Top left: Indian cloth
Top right: Javanese cloth
Bottom: Javanese cloth printed with gold

Page 42
Five samples of Slovakian cloth

Page 43
Top left: Indian cloth
Middle left, Middle Center and Middle right: Three samples of Taiwanese cloth
Bottom right: Indian cloth

Page 44
Four samples of Slovakian cloth

Page 45
Top left: Slovakian cloth
Top right: Indian cloth
Bottom left: Siamese printed cloth
Bottom right: Slovakian cloth

Page 46
Top left and Top right: Two samples of Javanese cloth
Bottom left: Javanese cloth
Bottom right: Indian cloth

Page 47
Top left: Slovakian cloth
Top right: Indian cloth
Bottom left: Cashmere cloth
Bottom right: Indian cloth

Page 48
Five samples of Slovakian cloth

Page 49
Top left and Top right: Two samples of Indian cloth
Bottom left: Persian cloth
Bottom right: Slovakian cloth

Page 50:
Top left and Top right: Two samples of Indian cloth
Middle: Cashmere cloth
Bottom: Javanese cloth

Credit Line

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