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Anatomy of a Tapestry

Techniques, Materials, Care

Jean Pierre Larochette Yadin Larochette Yael Lurie

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Schiffer Publishing Ltd
01 July 2020
Renowned artist Jean Pierre Larochette and conservation expert Yadin Larochette teach 30 traditional tapestry processes and techniques to expand the skills of advanced weavers and aid beginners who want a historical grounding in tapestry's rich traditions. Diagrams juxtaposed to woven models give unique instruction for 30 techniques. A handy lay-flat binding makes this guide perfect for use at the loom. Also includes key info on how to conserve tapestries for the centuries ahead. AUTHORS: Jean Pierre Larochette, a fourth-generation French Aubusson tapestry weaver, has exhibited and taught internationally for decades. Conservator Yadin Larochette, his daughter, earned a master's degree from the Winterthur/University of Delaware Program in Art Conservation. SELLING POINTS:

This amazing duo - a renowned artist and a textile conservation expert - teaches 30 traditional techniques Ideal overview of the history of tapestry and its process for beginning and seasoned weavers Diagrams juxtaposed with woven models provide instructions in unique format; handy lay-flat binding 190 colour and b/w images and drawings
By:   Jean Pierre Larochette, Yadin Larochette
Other:   Yael Lurie
Imprint:   Schiffer Publishing Ltd
Country of Publication:   United States
Dimensions:   Height: 215mm,  Width: 279mm, 
ISBN:   9780764359330
ISBN 10:   0764359339
Pages:   160
Publication Date:   01 July 2020
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Spiral bound
Publisher's Status:   Unknown

Jean Pierre Larochette (Berkeley, CA), a fourth-generation French Aubusson tapestry weaver, has exhibited and taught internationally for decades. Conservator Yadin Larochette (Los Angeles, CA), his daughter, earned a master's degree from the Winterthur/University of Delaware Program in Art Conservation.

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