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Batik is one of the most prominent expressions of the cultural identity of the Malay world.
It the most popular traditional type of textile in Indonesia and other parts of SE Asia. The decorative styles used bear testimony to a cultural history that spans over 2,000 years.
This book traces the origins and development of the motifs and patterns used in the design of batik, illustrated with a large selection of masterpieces from some of the foremost textile collections in the world.
Also includes a cultural history of the Malay world to put the subject into a broader perspective. Focuses on batik technique, the traditional use of batik textiles, and to its occasional incorporated into modern fashion design.
|A Brief Cultural History of the Malay World||p. 13|
|Batik Technique||p. 27|
|Applications of Batik Cloth||p. 33|
|Batik Design||p. 41|
|Classical Batik||p. 45|
|Banji Patterns||p. 47|
|Kawung Patterns||p. 50|
|Ceplok Patterns||p. 55|
|Garis Miring||p. 59|
|Nitik Patterns||p. 65|
|Floral, Plant and Animal Motifs||p. 67|
|Pasisir Batik||p. 81|
|Indo-European Batik||p. 88|
|Chinese Influence in Pasisir Batik||p. 105|
|Combinations of Patterns and Styles||p. 119|
|Batik Hokokai||p. 137|
|Batik on silk||p. 147|
|Batik from Cirebon||p. 151|
|Batik in Sumatra||p. 161|
|Batik from the Malay Peninsula||p. 169|
|Illustration Credits||p. 191|
|Selected Bibliography||p. 192|
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Series: Design Book S.
Number Of Pages: 192
Published: 1st January 2001
Country of Publication: NL
Dimensions (cm): 28.0 x 24.0 x 1.8
Weight (kg): 0.934