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America's printed and painted fabrics, 1600-1900, by Florence H. Pettit. Twenty-six drawings by the author.


New York, Hastings House [1970] .
ISBN 0803803400, 9780803803404

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Subjects Textile fabrics -- United States -- History.
Textile fabrics.
Textile painting -- History.
Textile painting.
Textile printing -- United States -- History.
Textile printing.
United States.
Description 256 pages illustrations (some color), facsimiles 26 cm
Copyright Date [1970]
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 245-247).
Also issued online.
Contents I. How Do They Print a Fabric? -- The Basic Methods: 1. Direct Printing -- 2. Discharge Printing -- 3. Mordant Dyeing -- 4. Resist Printing or Dyeing -- Hand Printing Processes -- 1. Hand Block Printing -- 2. Stenciling -- 3. Batik -- 4. Seldom-used Hand Processes -- Machine Printing Processes -- 1. Copper-plate Printing -- 2. Roller Printing -- 3. Printing Other Substances -- 4. Warp Printing -- 5. Lithography -- 6. Spray-Painting and Drum Printing -- II. Fabric Decoration Before America -- A Complete History of World Fabric Prints -- III. Jamestown Colony to the Revolution, 1607-1775 -- 1. America's Historical Background -- 2. America's Fabrics -- 3. The First Colonial Fabrics and the Six "First" Printers -- 4. Old Deerfield, Massachusetts -- 5. Some Boston Printers -- 6. Eighteenth Century Elegance -- 7. Blue Resist Prints -- 8. A Mid-Volume Guidepost -- 9. Painted Floor Cloths and Oilcloth -- 10. Wallpaper -- First Cousin to Early Calico -- 11. Fire-Sacks -- 12. Pockets, Kits, and Cases -- 13. Counterpanes and Coverlets -- 14. Fashion Dolls and Other Fancy Furbelows
IV. From the Revolution to 1900 -- 1. John Hewson, Esqr., of Philadelphia -- 2. The Road to Independence -- 3. Some Rhode Island Printers -- 4. Cotton -- America's First Industry and Samuel Slater -- 5. The Nineteenth Century Begins -- 6. Fashion Notes, 1800-1850 -- 7. Massachusetts Mills -- 8. Archibald Hamilton Rowan, Esqr., of Delaware -- 9. Theorem Painting -- Elegant Parlor Art -- 10. American Indians -- 11. The Cranston Print Works -- 12. The English Influence -- Peel and Yates -- 13. Painted Window Shades -- 14. A Turbulent Fifty Years, 1850-1900 -- 15. Folk Art, its Life and Death -- 16. Industrialism, Nourishment for a New Set of Tastes -- 17. The Arnold Print Works -- 18. The Gloucester Print Works -- 19. Conclusion.
Genre History.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)90846
(OCoLC)ocm00090846
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Pettit, Florence Harvey.
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