|Statement||edited by L. Thomas Frye ; guest curators Pat Ferrero, Linda Reuther, and Julie Silber.|
|Contributions||Frye, L. Thomas., Oakland Museum.|
|LC Classifications||NK9112 .A54 1981|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||86 p. :|
|Number of Pages||86|
|LC Control Number||82160465|
Gorgeous, oversized book! A full-color book almost 2" thick, this is a wonderful research-based book. It showcases American quilts in the industrial age (). Quilts are separated into the following chapters: Early spreads, Whole cloth quilts, Chintz applique quilts, Pieced quilts, and Applique quilts.5/5(3). Spanning more than four centuries, American Quilts is the first book to cover the entire historical panorama of quiltmaking in the United States, from the quintessential patterns to their cultural significance. Illustrated in stunning color photographs--with a keen, insightful text by Robert Shaw--it's a fascinating chronicle of the growth and evolution of an art form with a rich heritage as /5(19). Sumptuous, informative, and engaging, this is the ultimate book on American quilts as art. Written by one of the leading scholars in the field, its a fascinating chronicle of the growth and evolution of an art form with a rich heritage/5. An American Quilt is more than the story of a quilt or genealogy research on a family or even a recreation of the lives of enslaved persons. May questions the foundations of our heritage, the misconceptions we hold, and challenges us to reevaluate how we today participate in supporting unjust economic systems.3/5.
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