Textiles of India
- This beautiful book by Helmut and Heidi Neumann takes its reader on a visually delightful and historically rich journey through the Indian subcontinent exploring the tradition of textiles.
- Stunning illustrations are drawn from one of the world's most impressive and important collections of Indian textiles offering an engaging overview of centuries of artistic output from all areas of India.
- Each section examines a different region to reveal its distinct textile traditions, patterns, and processes: Patola silks from Gujarat, lampas weaves preserved in Tibetan temples, mordant resist dyed cottons exported to Indonesia, silk saris from Murshidabad and embroideries from rural Bengal and Punjab.
- 484 pages. 26 x 35 x 5 cm.