This color by numbers coloring book for adult was designed for yarn lovers who are also lookig for a more relaxed coloring experience. If you love yarn, quitling, knitting, crocheting, or just coloring, then this book is perfect for you!
Author: Zenmaster Coloring Books
This color by numbers coloring book for adult was designed for yarn lovers who are also lookig for a more relaxed coloring experience. If you love yarn, quitling, knitting, crocheting, or just coloring, then this book is perfect for you! So sit back, relax, and color!
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66 Varthema's book, the Itinerario de Ludovico de Varthema Bolognese was first
published in Rome in 1510, it was written to sell well and has to be read with care
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Author: Barbara Karl
Publisher: Böhlau Verlag Wien
Early modern India was an economic core region producing manifold textiles for export. During the sixteenth century a new customer entered the stage and expanded its influence from the city of Goa — Portugal. From early times, the Portuguese had bought and commissioned textiles, among them large embroideries from Bengal and Gujarat, which are the focus of this study. By providing European prints as models for the professional local embroiderers they created a novel product that was successful in Portugal and beyond throughout the seventeenth century. The textiles were deemed valuable and rare enough to be included in different travel accounts, letters and inventories, enabling us to trace their place of production, their transportation to Europe and their reception. Their intricate iconographies reflect political problematics of the time and shed light onto the intercultural circumstances of Portuguese colonial life. Barbara Karl is Curator of Textiles and Carpets at the MAK — Museum für Angewandte Kunst/Gegenwartskunst in Vienna.