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Adams, Marie Jeanne, System and Meaning in East Sumba Textile Design: A Study in Traditional Indonesian Art, Cultural Report Series, no.16, New Haven, 1969

Cheesman, P., Lao Textiles, Bangkok, 1988

Conway, Susan, Thai Textiles, London, British Museum Publications, 1991

Gillow, John, Traditional Indonesian Textiles, London, Thames & Hudson, 1992

Gittinger, M., Splendid Symbols: Textiles and Tradition in Indonesia, Washington, Textile Museum, 1979

Guy, J., Sarasa and Patola: Indian Textiles in Indonesia, Orientations, vol.20, no.1, January 1989, pp.48-60

Haddon, A.C. and Start, L.E., Iban or Sea Dayak Fabrics and their Patterns, Cambridge, 1936, repr. 1982

Hitchcock, Michael, Indonesian Textiles, London, British Museum Publications, 1992

Irwin, J. and Murphy, V., Batiks, London, 1969

Kahlenberg, M.H. (ed.), Textile Traditions of Indonesia, Los Angeles, 1977

Langewis, Laurens and Wagner, Frits, Decorative Art in Indonesian Textiles, Amsterdam, 1964

Larsen, J.L., The Dyer's Art, New York, 1976

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Spertus, A. and Holmgren, J., Early Indonesian Textiles from Three Island Cultures, New York, 1989

Steinmann, Alfred, The Art of Batik' and 'Batik Work: Its Origin and Spread, Ciba Review, 58, 1947

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British Asian Style: Fashion and Textiles

British Asian Style: Fashion and Textiles

South Asian textiles have shaped British fashion and dress for centuries, from the fashionable chintzes of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, t…

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Event - East Asian Ceramics

Sat 14 May 2016–Sun 15 May 2016

NEW WEEKEND COURSE: Discover East Asian Ceramics in the V&A collection, from Neolithic earthenwares and the first porcelaineaous wares to complex forms and glazes which placed them at the forefront of ceramic technology.

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