Baltimore: Baltimore Museum of Art, 1925. Softcover. Fine interior; a hint of shelf wear to covers, and a "D" in ink at very top right front corner.. Pale blue wraps, stapled, with navy blue lettering and border decoration. 31 pp. with bw frontis and 8 additional bw plates. Catalogue from the exhibition held April to May 1925. The essay, A Loan Exhibition of Historica Textile Fabrics, by Riefstahl, covers woven fabrics: Coptic fabrics, Medieval textiles, The Renaissance in Italy, Persia and Turkey, Late Renaissance in Europe, French Designs; and Printed Fabrics. Margaret Haydock's essay, in the section on American Weaving and Costumes, is about The Hand Loom. An additional essay covers Old Costumes. Rather comprehensive for a small catalogue. With a list of lenders but no list of works in the exhibition.
(Inventory #: 157924)
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