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American Sewn Rugs: Their History with Exceptional Examples

Written by Jan Whitlock & Tracy Jamar

Not since the 1970s exhibit at The Museum of Folk Art has there been such a comprehensive study of sewn rugs. Following the lead of needlework scholars, Whitlock has documented dozens of schools that taught rug making - from Maine to Tennessee. These visual masterpieces are shown in great detail, with more that twenty newly discovered works published here for the first time.

• "This opulent new volume is a highly visual guide to the best of the best", Laura Beach, The Magazine Antiques

• Hardcover; 113 pages.

• Dimensions: 10" x 10" x .5".

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