Interwoven Globe: Textile Trade 1500-1800
By Amelia Peck, Melinda Watt, Elena Phipps, John Guy, Marika Sardar.
Metropolitan Museum of Art and Yale University Press, 2013
Beginning in the sixteenth century, the golden age of European navigation created a vigorous textile trade, and a breathtaking variety of textile designs subsequently spread across the globe. Trade textiles blended the traditional designs, skills, and tastes of their cultures of origin, with new techniques learned through global exchange, creating beautiful new works that are also historically fascinating.
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Metropolitan Museum and Yale University Press, 2004.