Author: W. Russell Pickering,Ralph S. Yohe,Brooke Pickering
Publisher: Laurence King Pub; First Thus edition (October 1, 1998)
Category: Antiques & Collectibles
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Brooke Pickering, W. Russel Pickering, Ralph S. Yohe.
Brooke Pickering, W. This is the first book to offer a comprehensive survey of 19th and 20th century Moroccan rugs and textiles, and features an outstanding collection of mainly rural carpets and covers, tent-weavings, bags, trapping and garments in 115 stunning color plates. The text examines the rice tradition of Moroccan textiles, which has emerged from a number of different weaving cultures: the. Indigenous Berber tribes of the High and Middle Atlas; the Arab-speaking tribes of the plains of Marrakesh; and the commercial urban centers of Rabat and Mediouna.
Presentation copy signed by Brook Pickering on the title page. The illustrations and narrative of the MOROCCAN CARPETS by Russell and Brooke Pickering brings out the true allure of the Berber hand-loomed carpet showing the mood and feeling it lends to any setting. The exquisite designs and colors combine to create soft pastel formality or vibrant tribal decor. Working without the aide of a pattern, the artisan produces centuries-old motifs unique to each region reflecting the imagination and genius of the master weavers.
Moroccan carpets book. W. Russell Pickering.
All photos courtesy William Pickering and Brooke Pickering-Cole. The along with his daughter Brooke and Ralph Yohe, in 1994 he authored the fabulously well designed and successful Moroccan Carpets. Russ took me under his wing and introduced me around to the various eminences at the Hajji meetings. Through Russ, I got to know Joe McMullan well, gaped at his Turkish village rugs, and in my twenty-something naïveté, thought I might do the same. Russ Pickering and friends in Marrakesh. He also published what is said by some to be essentially a love letter to Joe McMullan, Don’t forget to smell the flowers along the way: Portraits of Joseph V. McMullan.
He writes that with Moroccan rugs, "It is best to forget everything one know about carpets.
rugs, bedcovers, shawls (for weddings and every day), saddlebags and pillows are included. He writes that with Moroccan rugs, "It is best to forget everything one know about carpets. The examples of pile rugs and flatweaves from the Berber tribes of the Atlas Mountains and the Berber-Arab tribes of the plains may appear more simplistic than the village and tribal products of Central Asia and the Middle East.
Moroccan Carpets by brook pickering, W. Russell Pickering, Ralph .
Moroccan Carpets by brook pickering, W. bargain!!! EUR 26. 4.
Moroccan rugs are the weaves, carpets, and textiles that have been traditionally hand-woven in Morocco. Rugs have been woven by the indigenous people of Morocco since the Paleolithic Era. Traditionally, Moroccan rugs have been woven by tribal peoples for their utility rather than for decorative purposes. Twentieth-century Moroccan rugs are widely collected in the West, and are almost always woven by tribes people who do not seek nor possess formal artistic training.
Brooke Pickering Moroccan Rugs. Announcement: Antique and contemporary tribal rugs and weavings from Morocco - Brooke Pickering Moroccan Rugs Specializing in quality antique and contemporary tribal rugs and weavings from Morocco T he Pickering- Yohe Collection of Moroccan carpets and textiles.
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The text examines the rice tradition of Moroccan textiles, which has emerged from a number of different weaving cultures: the indigenous Berber tribes of the High and Middle Atlas; the Arab-speaking tribes of the plains of Marrakesh; and the commercial urban centers of Rabat and Mediouna. This combination of origins has produced a richly varied weaving culture which is renowned for its use of strong color and geometric design. A chapter on the different weaving traditions is followed by sections on each region, illustrated with beautifully reproduced plates of the best examples.