Textiles and Text: Re-establishing the Links Between Archival and Object-based Research : Postprints
Archetype Publications, 2007 - Design - 267 pages
Exploring the interrelationship between archival or bibliographic research and the study of extant objects, this text examines how such methods can inform our knowledge of textiles and dress.
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