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2 edition of Catalogue of Spanish rugs, 12th century to 19th century found in the catalog.

Catalogue of Spanish rugs, 12th century to 19th century

Textile Museum (Washington, D.C.)

Catalogue of Spanish rugs, 12th century to 19th century

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Published by National Pub. Co. in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Rugs, Spanish.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Ernst Kühnel. Technical analysis, by Louisa Bellinger.
    SeriesIts Catalogue raisonné
    ContributionsKühnel, Ernst, 1882-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsNK2785 .W38
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, 64 p.
    Number of Pages64
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6135937M
    LC Control Number53009533
    OCLC/WorldCa1887352

    There is also a smaller production of cheaper carpets in Moroccan style. Catalogue of Spanish rugs Constitution is approved in and Amadeo de Saboya takes the throne in Madrid as a democratic monarch, but he stepped down for lack of support, and a republic is established. It had a brief period of individuality in France, but succumbed to imitation and to mechanical weaving in the 19th century. This virtual explosion in production helps to explain why most antique carpets that one encounters nowadays were made in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. There were many political movements from to the beginning of the s, alternating between liberal governments and absolutists one. The Spanish-American war took place during his reign, and Spain lost Cuba and the Philippines in what is known as "Disaster of '98".

    The new text will cause some difference between the liberals, because some of them want to implement the new Constitution but the rest want to keep the Enlightened Despotism that had been implanted during the reign of Ferdinand VII. Most important Spanish books. The Moors were pushed out of Spain in without a second though about the important role they played in the country's agricultural sector, which started to suffer from lack of working hands. Spain subordinated the Moorish muslims from the 8th to the 12th century who then introduced the art of weaving carpets. At present, not many carpets from this age exist and the ones that exist are in private possession and originate from Exeter, Moorfield and Axminster.

    The Duke of Uceda substituted the Lerma Duke in his role, and Spain then got involved in the 30 Years War, meaning that the country kept losing more and more money. At the beginning of the 13th century, the Oriental carpets could be seen in different paintings for example from Italy, England and France. The earliest European pile rugs were produced in 12th- and 13th-century Spain, which had familiar ties with the Islamic world. It is interesting to note that rugs looking like Oriental rugs can be seen in old European paintings.


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Catalogue of Spanish rugs, 12th century to 19th century by Textile Museum (Washington, D.C.) Download PDF Ebook

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Christ is the eagle with sharp vision; He beholds the sun. The assignment of Jean Lemaire de Belges to a particular country is equally difficult, for he was a Walloon who wrote in French and traveled among various courts.

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That supports the belief that Europeans were importing Oriental or Persian rugs long before they learned how to make their own rugs.

However, good things never last, and the Philips lost every one of the territories of Spain, one by one, which brought on serious economic, social and political distress for the country. The manufacturing started again in with support from the Irish government.

They concentrated on what they could do well and left the making of handmade rugs to those in a more favorable position for that part of the industry. Many of the carpets made in the 15th century gathered their motifs from carpets manufactured in Turkey.

It was hand-knotted and measured feet by feet in size and weighed several tons. During this period writers made many journeys, either by choice or by necessity. ALBA What is that? It was the First Republic in Spain and it lasted a very short period of time, from to This is the oldest known surviving rug.

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