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Threads of silk and gold : ornamental textiles from Meiji Japan
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  • Hörsalen: Ihc-oec 250
Main Entry - Personal Name
  • McDermott, Hiroko T. 1941- (Hiroko Takahashi),
Title Statement
  • Threads of silk and gold : ornamental textiles from Meiji Japan
Publication, Distribution, etc. (Imprint)
  • Ashmolean Museum, Oxford : 2012
Dewey Decimal Classification Number
  • 746.0952
SAB Classification Code
  • 746.0952
Physical Description
  • 192 pages color illustrations 28 cm
General Note
  • "All textiles in this catalogue belong to the Kiyomizu-Sannenzaka Museum, Kyoto, unless otherwise stated."
  • Catalog of an exhibition held at the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, Nov. 9, 2012-Jan. 27, 2013.
Bibliography, etc. Note
  • Includes bibliographical references (pages 186-189).
Summary, etc
  • "This book is a pioneering study of Japanese ornamental textiles made for the foreign market during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. These exquisite embroideries, resist-dyed silks and velvets, tapestries and appliquéd works were an important feature of the Western fascination with all things Japanese at that time, winning numerous accolades at international fairs and being used to decorate homes across Europe and the United States, yet since then they have been largely forgotten. This book, which will appeal to textile enthusiasts and those interested in Japanese art and Japonisme alike, celebrates these remarkable and undervalued textiles, discussing their production techniques, iconography, patronage and trade, and demonstrating how Kyoto craftsmen created a modern art form by adapting their traditional skills to Western tastes. The visual appeal and obvious technical virtuosity of the objects will give the book a broad appeal." --Publisher description.
Subject - Corporate Name
  • Kiyomizu Sannenzaka Bijutsukan Exhibitions.
  • Kiyomizu Sannenzaka Bijutsukan.
Subject - Chronological Term
  • 1868-1912
Subject - Topical Term
  • Textile fabrics Japan History Meiji period, 1868-1912 Exhibitions.
  • Textile design Japan History Meiji period, 1868-1912 Exhibitions.
  • Textile fabrics Japan Kyoto Exhibitions.
  • Crafts.
  • Textile fabrics.
  • Crafts.
  • Textile design Meiji period.
  • Textile fabrics Meiji period.
Subject - Geographic Name
  • Japan.
  • Japan Kyoto.
Index Term - Genre/Form
  • Exhibition catalogs.
  • History.
  • Exhibition catalogues.
Added Entry - Personal Name
  • Pollard, Clare (Moyra Clare)
  • Mori, Katsumi.
  • Schwartz, George.
Added Entry - Corporate Name
  • Kiyomizu Sannenzaka Bijutsukan.
  • Ashmolean Museum.
Electronic Location and Access
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ISBN
  • 9781854442680
  • 1854442686
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