Tapestry: A Woven Narrative

Book #46

Tom Wilcox
Fiona Mathison
Caron Penney 

Black Dog Publishing
11.25" x 9.25", 207 pages, 2011

"Tapestry from the Middle Ages to the Enlightenment" by Timothy Wilcox and Caron Penney's "The Technique of Tapestry Weaving" are among the essays in Tapestry: A Woven Narrative covering different historical and technical aspects of tapestry. In "Tapestry in the Modern Day," Fiona Mathison discusses and illustrates the work of Magdalena AbakanowiczWojciech Sadley, Peter and Ritzi JacobiOlga De AmaralLia CookNaomi and Masakazu KobayashiHelena Hernmarck and Sara Brennan Calling itself " a general introduction to the state of artisan tapestry weaving in the 21st century, the book also features beautifully illustrated profiles of over 30 contemporary tapestry artists including Jo BarkerSara BrennanSue Lawty, Susan Martin-Maffei, Louise Martin, Gudrun Pagter and Katherine Swailes.

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