Indigo blue print in Slovak folk art.
Read Online

Indigo blue print in Slovak folk art.

  • 678 Want to read
  • ·
  • 78 Currently reading

Published by Artia in Prague .
Written in English



  • Slovakia.


  • Textile industry and fabrics -- Slovakia,
  • Textile printing,
  • Folk art -- Slovakia

Book details:

Edition Notes

Bibliography: p. 53-[54]

Statement[Translated by Jiří Theiner]
LC ClassificationsNK8871.S5 V9
The Physical Object
Pagination181 p.
Number of Pages181
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6195786M
LC Control Number56003187

Download Indigo blue print in Slovak folk art.


VYDRA, Josef. INDIGO BLUE PRINT IN SLOVAK FOLK ART. Prague: Artia, pp. 4to., rough natural cloth with blue spine and cover lettering. Near fine, front board slightly bowed. Dust jacket spine browned, edges and corners nicked, 1/2 inch closed tear to top of spine jacket. Die printing, patterns, blocks. Color, monochrome plates and. SLOVAK FOLK ART INDIGO BLUE PRINTING Sigrid Piroch Status today and concerns for the future. To date nothing has appeared in print in the Americas on Slovak blue printing. In fact, even in Europe very little has been documented about these unique textiles, the blue print process, or the regions in which it was done. Indigo Blue by Cathy Cassidy is a powerful, tender novel for girls aged 9+ 'I need a seriously brilliant daydream because everything is far from OK' When Indigo's mum announces that they're moving - just Indie, Mum and baby Misti - Indie doesn't understand. may have had any difficulty understanding "Slovak Folk Art: Indigo Blue Printing" in Volume IX. Somewhere between the cutting board and the print shop, the captions for the illlustrations and photographs in this paper disappeared. For the convenience of all involved, we are including the missing captions.

Piecework Magazine September/October Sashiko Embroidery, Japanese indigo craft, Blue Printing, Slovak Folk Cloth, Hungarian Kekfestos [Veronica Patterson] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This is a lovely magazine that features on the history of textiles and hand crafts. This issue features Sashiko EmbroideryFormat: Single Issue Magazine. - Jozef Vydra: Ludova modrotlac na Slovensku // Jozef Vydra: Folk Blueprint in Slovakia Stay safe and healthy. Please practice hand-washing and social distancing, and check out our resources for adapting to these times.   Blueprint is a special technique that arrived to Europe from Orient in which a clean linen cloth is dyed in a mixture of kaolin and gum Arabic (or today rather semi-liquid aluminium acetate), then painted – in hand or with a wooden form – then immersed several times into a cold dying solution of indigo, lime and copperas; and when disposed to oxygen in the air, the cloth . - Slovak embroidery. / Bordado azul precioso. Creative. Artistic. Blue.

Eastern European Art followers slavart ( slavart's feedback score is ) % slavart has % Positive Feedback Large selection of vintage folk costumes and textiles from Eastern Europe plus a bookshop stocked with current and out-of-print books on related topics. Art Graphique Tree Art Silkscreen Art Plastique Printmaking Cool Art Art Photography Illustration Art Photos Kshares Facebook Twitter20 PinterestK StumbleUpon0 TumblrWe have always stood by the words that Mother Nature is an artist to beat all artists but here contributions to art do not end there. - Čičmany (pronounced chichmany) is a traditional Slovak village where residents have painted their wooden houses with folk art designs. Stay safe and healthy. Please wash your hands and practise social distancing. - Brassington, L. 'Immersed in Indigo - A test of faith: shibori and the work of Jane Callender' In: Selvedge, Vol. 62 - Brassington, L. ‘A collection of ‘blue print’: a microcosm in the story of English crafts’ In: RUD (3) pp. ISSN