University of Toronto Press, 1991 - 72 ページ
Embroiderers in the Middle Ages were purveyors of wealth and status since they supplied the Church and aristocratic patrons with a splendid variety of vestments and alter cloths, clothes and wall-hangings. Although a common pastime among women, professional embroidery was carried out by both men and women who sometimes operated from family workshops. These could expand significantly in response to great demand, as from a royal patron. But how did they acquire their skills? Were they well paid? What techniques did they employ? Who were their designers? The author answers these and many other questions, reassessing past research and introducing new documentary material, and casts light on the shadowy figures who toiled over the pieces we admire today in churches and museums.
With a section explaining and illustrating the techniques, this book will be an invaluable source of information and inspiration tothose interested in the great legacy of medieval embroiderers.
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Review: Embroiderersユーザー レビュー - Snail in Danger (Sid) Nicolaides - Goodreads
Possibly the first book I acquired as a result of my recreational medievalism phase. Certainly one of the first. レビュー全文を読む
Review: Embroiderersユーザー レビュー - Linda - Goodreads
Outstanding overview of the art of medieval embroidery. レビュー全文を読む
Embroiderers' Guild library: loan books: historical
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Embroidery Books - Victoria and Albert Museum
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Embroidery and needlework book reviews
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Canadian publisher University of Toronto Press Online Book Catalogue
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West Kingdom Needleworkers Guild: Articles
It is one stitch of many used by modern embroiderers, yet enjoys a long history ... Contemporary embroiderers will tell you that you can use two strands of ...
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