A Handbook to the Loan Exhibition of French Tapestries: Mediaeval, Renaissance and Modern, from the Public and Private Collections of France

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GENERAL BIBLIOGRAPHY

BADIN JULES. La Manufacture de tapisseries de Beauvais, depuis ses origines jusqu'à nos jours. Paris, 1909

FENAILLE MAURICE État général des tapisseries de la manufacture des Gobelins, . . . 1600-1900. Paris, 5 vol., 1903- 1923

GÖBEL HEINRICH. Wandteppiche, [part ll]: Die romanischen Länder. Leipzig, 2 vol., 1928. (A separate printing of this work was issued under the title Die Wandteppiche und Ihre Manufacturen in Frankreich, Italien, Spanien, und Portugal. Leipzig, 2 vol., 1928.)

GUICHARD ÉDOUARD, and DARCEL ALFRED. Les Tapisseries décoratives du Garde-Meuble. . . . Paris, n.d.

GUIFFREY JULES. Histoire générale de la tapisserie, [part 1]: France. Paris, 1878- 1885

----- Histoire de la tapisserie depuis le moyen âge jusqu'à nos jours. Tours, 1886

----- Histoire générale des arts appliqués à l'industrie du Ve à la fin du XVIIIe siècle, vol. VI: Les Tapisseries du XIIe à la fin du XVIe siècle. Paris, 1911

HUNTER GEORGE LELAND. Tapestries: Their Origin, History, and Renaissance. New York and London, 1912

----- The Practical Book of Tapestries. Philadelphia and London, 1925

JUBINAL ACHILLE. Les Anciennes Tapisseries historiées. . . . Paris, 1838

KURTH BETTY. Gotische Bildteppiche aus Frankreich und Flandern (Sammelbände zur Geschichte der Kunst und des Kunstgewerbes, vol. VII. Munich, 1923

LACROCQ LOUIS. "Chronique des tapisseries anciennes d'Aubusson et de Felletin. . . ." Bulletin de la Société archéologique et historique du Limousin, vol. XIII-XV, XVIII, XXI, XXII, 1913- 1929

MARQUET DE J. J. VASSELOT, and WEIGERT R. A. Bibliographie de la tapisserie, des tapis, et de la broderie en France. Paris, 1935

MIGEON, GASTON. Les Arts du tissu. Paris, second edition, 1929

SALET FRANCIS. La Tapisserie française du moyen âge à nos jours. Paris, 1946

SCHMITZ HERMANN. Bildteppiche: Geschichte der Gobelinwirkerei . . . . Berlin [ 1919]

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A Handbook to the Loan Exhibition of French Tapestries: Mediaeval, Renaissance and Modern, from the Public and Private Collections of France
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page i
  • A Message from France ii
  • Preface iii
  • Introduction v
  • Paris, XIV Century 1
  • Arras, XV Century 6
  • Various French Ateliers XV Century 9
  • Works Ascribed to Ateliers of the Loire, About 1500 15
  • The XVI Century 21
  • The First Half of the XVII Century 25
  • The Gobelins Factory 1650-1700 28
  • The Beauvais and Gobelins Factories, About 1700 34
  • The XVIII Century 37
  • Modern Tapestries 41
  • General Bibliography 48
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