Textiles as art: selecting, framing, mounting, lighting and maintaining textile art

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L. Korwin, 1990 - Architecture - 103 pages
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THE ONLY BOOK THAT TELLS HOW TO SELECT & MOUNT TEXTILES AS ART.-- "The exact right book at the exact right time," says Michael Gray, Buyer, Rizzoli Bookstores. A how-to book for interior designers, textile artists & textile collectors. Using clear color photos, tells methods & materials for framing, mounting & hanging; light charts tell exactly which light bulb to use for size of art & distance from light; tells how to avoid damage from heat, light, humidity, fire & moths. Includes 46 pages of full-color photographs of textiles available to collectors. -- "Magnificent rich color...clear, concise, authoritative advice," says Helen Hennessey, Book Buyer, Hennessey & Ingalls. -- Rave national reviews. -- Promotional support. 112p., 136 color photos, 42 drawings, 8 1/2 x 11, softcover. Distribution: Ingram, also Baker & Taylor.

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