Early carpets and tapestries on the eastern silk road 18 likes a new publication about ancient carpets and tapestries created by a little known. A mystifying group of carpets and tapestries created along the silk route over five hundred years ago is the topic of this richly illustrated book. The carpets and tapestries created along the silk road over five hundred years ago with riveting yet puzzling designs have been preserved in closed treasure houses in the former japanese capital since the fourteenth to fifteenth centuries. The three books under review here carpets of afghanistan the carpet and the connoisseur the james f ballard collection of oriental rugs and early carpets and tapestries on the eastern silk road take a traditional approach to the subject in many ways a study established from the late 19th . Early carpets and tapestries on the eastern silk road is written by gloria granz gonick art historian and research associate at the fowler museum at ucla former guest curator for matsuri japanese festival arts and former museum curator for the los angeles craft and folk art museum she has studied the collections and their intriguing past
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