Indonesian Batik: Processes, Patterns, and Places
This book describes the whole range of batiks of Indonesia: the traditional designs of Central Java as well as those of the north coast of Java, and covers the processes, designs, and regional centers of batik.
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areas artist Bali Banji batik designs batik factories batik industry batik patterns batik process bird motifs blue border brown canting workers cap batik cecek centimetres Central Java Central Javanese centre ceplokan designs chemical dyes Chinese Cirebon Colour Plate consists cotton decorated depicted design element diagonal dodot dots dyeing process fabric Figure floral patterns flowers gamelan garis miring garuda wings Garut geometric ground iket indigo indigo dyeing Indonesian art Indonesian batik Indramayu isen patterns Iwan Tirta Jakarta Javanese Javanese batik jelamprang Jogjakarta Jogjakarta and Surakarta kain panjang kepala kraton Lasem lengths of cloth lokcan lozenge Madura mlinjon motifs naga nitik north coast batik parang parang design Pekalongan plant popular sarong sawat screen-printed selendang Semarang semen designs Sidoarjo silk soga spouts stylized Sultan Surabaya Surakarta symbol Taman Sari Tasikmalaya tendrils textile Today Toraja traditional batik tumpal udan liris ukel usually village wayang wayang kulit wear women workshops worn woven yellow