Chinese Texiles

(diese Zusammenstellung entbehrt jeden Anspruch auf Vollständigkeit, für weiterführende Hinweise ist der Autor dankbar – this compilation lacks any pretense of completeness, the author is grateful for additonal references)

Camman, Schuyler; China’s Dragon Robes, 1952.

Christie’s (pbl.); The Imperial Wardrobe : Fine Chinese Costume and Textiles from the Linda Wrigglesworth Collection, New York 2008.

Danon, Enzo and Roberto eds. Text by Loretta Paderni and Egidio Cossa; The Flowers of Buddha : Silk and Metal Carpets from the Forbidden City / Teppeti di Seti di Metallo della Citta‘ Proibita, Doris Leslie Blau / Danon Gallery 2006.

Brown, Claudia; Weaving China’s Past : The Amy S. Clague Collection of Chinese Textiles, 2001.

Dickinson, Gary/Wrigglesworth, Linda; Imperial Wardrobe, 2000.

Hearn, Maxwell K.; Splendors of Imperial China : Treasures from the National Palace Museum, Taipei, Guo li gu gong bo wu yuan, Metropolitan Museum of Art 1996.

Jackson, Beverly/Hugus, David; Ladder to the Clouds : Intrigue and Tradition in Chinese Rank, 2000.

Jacobsen, Robert D.; Imperial Silks : Ch’ing Dynasty Textiles in the Minneapolis Institute of Arts (2 Volumes), New York, 2000.

Garrett, Valery; Chinese Dragon Robes : Images of Asia, Oxford, 1999.

Kuhn, Dieter; Literaturverzeichnis zur Textilkunde Chinas und zur allgemeinen Webtechnologie, Wiesbaden 1977.

Kuhn, Dieter; Zur Entwicklung der Webstuhltechnologie im alten China. kommentierte Übersetzung der entsprechenden Kapitel der Geschichte der chinesischen Textilwissenschaft und Textiltechnik. Das Altertum, Zhongguo fangzhi kexue jishu shi (gudai bufen), Heidelberg 1990.

Kuhn, Dieter; “Silk Weaving in Ancient China: From Geometric Figures to Patterns of Pictorial Likeness.” Chinese Science 12, 1995.

Kuhn, Dieter/Schäfer, Dagmar; Weaving an economic pattern in Ming times (1368–1644). The production of silk weaves in the state-owned silk workshops, Heidelberg 2002.

Liu, Baojian/Yuan, Hongqi; Classics of the Forbidden City: Carpets in the Collection of the Palace Museum, The Forbidden City Publishing House Beijing 2010.

Mailey, Jean; Chinese silk Tapestry : K’o-ssu from Private and Museums Collections, China Institute in America 1971.

Phoenix Art Museum; Weaving China’s Past : The Amy S. Clague Collection of Chinese Textiles, Phoenix, 2000.

Qiaotiangong, Jixiu Luoyi; Heaven’s Embroidered Cloths: One Thousand Years of Chinese Textiles, Hong Kong Museum of Art 1995.

Rutherford, Judith/Menzies, Jackie; Celestial Silks : Chinese Religious and Court Textiles, New Sourth Wales, 2004.

Vollmer, John E./Pearlstein, Elinor; Clothed to Rule the Universe : Ming and Qing Dynasty Textiles at the Art Insititute of Chicago, 2000.

Vollmer, John E.; Ruling from the Dragon Throne : Costume of the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911), 2002.

Vollmer, John E.; Dressed to Rule : 18th Century Court Attire in the Mactaggart Asia Art Collection, 2003.

Vollmer, John E.; Silks for Thrones and Altars : Chinese Costumes and Textiles, 2004.

Vollmer, John E./Simcox, Jaqueline; Emblems of Empire : Selections from the Mactaggart Art Collection, Alberta 2006.

Wang, Helen; Zhao, Feng; Persson, Helen; Wood, Frances; Wang, Le; Xu, Zheng; Textiles from Dunhuang in UK Collections, Donghua University Press 2007.

Watt, C.Y. James; When Silk was Gold : Central Asian and Chinese Textiles, Cleveland/New York 1997.

Wilson, Ming; Imperial Chinese Robes : From the Forbidden City, 2011.

Young Yang Chung; Silken threads: a history of embroidery in China, Korea, Japan, and Vietnam, 2005.

Zhao, Feng; Treasures in Silk – An Illustrated History of Chinese Textiles, Hongkong 1999.

Zong, Fengying; Silks and Embroidery of the Ming and Qing Dynasties in the Palace Museum, Beijing, Commercial Press Hong Kong 2005.