by Chiang Mai University, Centre for the Promotion of Arts and Culture. in Chiang Mai .
Written in English
Parallel texts in Thai and English.
|Statement||Songsak Prangwatthanakun and Patricia Naenna.|
|Contributions||Naenna, Patricia., Centre for the Promotion of Arts and Culture (Chiang Mai University)|
LLR (book): Buddhist Textiles of Laos, Lan Na, and Isan Title: Buddhist Textiles of Laos, Lan Na, and Isan By: Fredrick W. Bunce Publisher/Year: DK Printworld Ltd, ISBN: There are a good number of textile books out there that cover Laos and Southeast Asia. I will be covering a few other noteworthy ones. Preface This brief study will concentrate on the iconography of the Tai textiles from Laos, Lan Na and Isan. Laos, as a country, is well known. However, Lan Na no longer exist and Isan, as an independent country, never was. Lan Na was an independent kingdom in what is now northern Thailand with its ancient capitol first at Chiang Rai and then at Chiang Mai. Book 1 Silken Threads Lacquer Thrones - Lan Na Court Textiles pages Hard cover 29 x 22 cm 1, kg English Mint Condition The unique character of Lan Na culture, so different from that of coastal Southeast Asia, is reflected in the textiles and dress of its 19th century courts, and was developed through the integration of local cultures and societies living in the hills and valleys. In the. The same material is covered in much more detail in the author's book above, Lao - Tai Textiles: The Textiles of Xam Nuea and Muang Phuan. Lan Na Textiles: Yuan Lue Lao. Songsak Prangwathanakim and Patricia Cheesman.
Textiles from Laos, Lan Na and the Isan are prized for their artistic brilliance and aesthetic beauty. They speak volumes on a weaving tradition that has evolved through centuries and shaped the socio-cultural life of the people associated with it. This book studies the iconography of the design elements typically employed by craftspersons of textiles from these areas: it deals with their art. : thai textiles. Skip to main content. Try Prime EN Hello, Sign in Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Orders Try Prime Cart. All. of results for "lao textiles" "lao textiles". Books Advanced Search New Releases Best Sellers & More Children's Books Textbooks Textbook Rentals Best Books of the Month 7 results for Patricia Cheesman. Skip to main search results Lan Na Textiles. by Sonsak and Patricia Cheesman Prangwatthanakum and Illustrated | Jan 1, Paperback.
We will give you any of the 2 books from the below list if you fulfill our conditions. If you want to download this book, you need to write an unique article about textile related topics. The article must be at least words or above and contains valuable information. No copy paste is allowed and we will check plagiarism to confirm. Bangkok: River Books, Hardback. 4to. A near fine copy in a similar dustwrapper. pages. Numerous illustrations, many in colour. This is a history of the Lan Na princes, their alliances and the textiles and dress of their 19th century courts.. Fir. Names. The Lan Na kingdom is known by a number of exonyms in neighboring languages. In Burmese chronicles and sources, it is called Zinme Pyi (Burmese: ဇင်းမယ်ပြည်, pronounced [zɪ́ɰ̃mɛ̀ pjì]), Zinme being a Burmese language transcription of Chiang Mai; or Yun Pyi (ယွန်းပြည်, [yʊ́ɰ̃ pjì]), Yun being the Burmese term for the Northern Thai people. From the Jacket Dr. Kiran Singh's book deals with the history of Indian Textiles from very early times to the Maryan period. Textiles from an integral part of material culture everywhere. It has a wide coverage dealing with subjects such as raw materials of textiles, spinning, weaving, dyeing, embroidery, trade and commerce-internal as well as foreign-trade routes, labour and guilds which.