Principles and stitchings of Chinese embroidery.

Complete illus. including an embroidered portrait of Jesus. by Jamen Moh

Publisher: Commercial Press in Shanghai

Written in English
Published: Pages: 46 Downloads: 574
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  • Embroidery, Chinese
  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsNK9283 M6
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxviii, 46 p.
    Number of Pages46
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14879989M

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Principles and Stitchings of Chinese Embroidery Unknown Binding – January 1, by Jamen Moh (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. The Amazon Book Review Author interviews, book reviews, editors' picks, and more. Read it now. Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to Author: Jamen Moh.

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Shao Xiaocheng is a prominent Chinese embroidery artist who is the Director of the Beijing Shao Xiaocheng Embroidery Research Institute. She is a senior national fine art master of arts and crafts and a member of the Internationale Organisation Fur Volkskunst (IOV) of UNESCO/5(64).

This book is very well written and speaks to both the technical and mental aspects of Chinese embroidery. The stitches are well described and most have the western name included in the description.

There are at least 5 projects ranging from beginner to more complicated/5(8). popular Chinese Embroidery Books trends in Home & Garden, Education & Office Supplies, Luggage & Bags with Chinese Embroidery Books and Chinese Embroidery Books. Discover over of our best selection of Chinese Embroidery Books on with top-selling Chinese Embroidery Books brands.

Shop the top 25 most popular Chinese Embroidery Books at the best. They are Sublime. The detail – the graceful movement of the neck – the perfect blending of shades and color – the play of light on the silk – every tiny detail in just the perfect place – the whole serenity of the picture.

It is Art. The book ends with a big section of fold out patterns, all ready for tracing. Curiously, Chinese embroidery was originally the domain of males; it was only later that Chinese men realized that women were better at it.

The four schools of Chinese embroidery are now designated by the government as a Chinese Intangible Cultural Heritage. They are: Shu embroidery, Xiang embroidery, Su embroidery, and Yue embroidery.

Also known as Knot Stitch, Chinese Knot, Peking Knot, French Knot, Ring Embroidery, or Forbidden Stitch These terms all consistently refer to small knots made on the fabric surface by Principles and stitchings of Chinese embroidery.

book a heavy embroidery thread, usually silk floss, around a needle and then stitching it down. Embroidery in China is a true art form, one that has been practiced for over 2, years. in Chinese Embroidery, you'll discover everything from the history of the art to the different schools in different ages and their styles to knowledge about selection, collection and preservation of embroidered articles.

Chinese Embroidery contains over full-color photos of works and step-by-step guides—all of /5(60). The art of random stitch embroidery featured the "closely needled in parallel lines", by adopting stitch replacing brush and ink, and using threads as colors, which perfectly combines the principles of Western paintings with Chinese embroidery and enables the artist to express her own feelings freely.

The Principles and Stitchings of Chinese Embroidery starts a new field in embroidery researching, beceause it explaines stitches and the idea of simulation in detailed. 《雪 宦 绣 谱》因详解 刺绣 针法 、阐述“ 仿真 绣 ” 理念 而 开创 了 中国 刺绣 研究 的 新 境界, 它 既记述了作者 在 刺绣 实践上.

Chinese embroidery thread storage book opening the storage pages. The Hong Kong shop keeping the Chinese art of embroidery alive - Duration: South China. Her book Appreciation of Chinese Embroidery has been published and she also has written many papers on embroidery like Getting to Know Four Major Schools of Noted Embroidery before Collecting Embroidered Articles and Collection and Appraisal of Embroidery.

show more. Rating details. 20 ratings. out of 5 stars. 5 55% (11) 4 40% (8)/5(20). This book gives a good historical overview of embroidery in China as well as a general overview of tools and supplies in the beginning. But, the real heart of the book is /5.

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Create a free /5(22). It is not surprising the best-known of the four centres of Chinese embroidery is in Suzhou, Jiangsu Province, an area renowned for its production of silk. There, the specialty is silk embroidered pictures, which are usually referred to as thread painting and embroidery painting since many resemble the textured surface one sees in an oil painting.

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It also mentions the four main embroidery categories (located in four separate areas) of which Su Embroidery is the most famous. Jun 4, - Explore SilkChenWriter's board "Traditional Chinese Embroidery" on Pinterest.

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There's something for everyone on your project list. : Designs, Supplies, Software, Inspiration, and More. Synopsis Traditional Chinese embroidery is the oldest embroidery known to the world.

Exquisitely fine work is the hallmark of the best Chinese embroidery, with some threads as fine as a strand of hair.

Here, for the first time, the secrets of this ancient craft are revealed with clear text /5(12). 《中华生活经典:绣谱》侧重讨论刺绣于"艺"的一面,于"技"则所涉不多,理论性较强,而对具体操作则未加多言。作者于.

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Chinese Embroidery: Traditional Techniques traces the history of this ancient craft comprised of stunning animals, birds, butterflies, flowers, and figures, and presents readers with the necessary tools, techniques, and fabrics used to recreate these elaborate designs/5(14).

And two projects about China: The Story of Embroidery: How Small Skill of Needlework Enters the History of Painting, including Song Embroidery -Xiu Pu, (The Principles and Stitchings of Chinese Embroidery) by Ding Pei-Zhenhu, and The story of Liang Xuefang and her mother who are both embroiderers from Zhenhu, Suzhou; Peony on Textile in China.

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In this book, you’ll find some nice applications of various stitches that can be adapted to all kinds of embroidery design purposes. It’s a fun book.The Art of Chinese Embroidery Margaret Lee is among the world leaders in the art of Chinese ‘Su’ embroidery, one of the world’s oldest and most admired embroidery styles.

Her first book 'The Art of Chinese Embroidery - Foundation Level' is an immaculate ‘how to’ study and introduction into this unique embroidery style.