Landmark Publications

Bottiger,  J (1898). Svenska statens samling af väfda tapeter.  Historick och berkrifvande Förteckning.  Four Volumes.  Stockholm: Frölee & Comp.
Fenaille, M (1903-23).  Etat général des tapisseries de la Manufacture des Gobelins depuis son origine jusqu’à nos jours. Paris: Hachette

  • I.  Les ateliers parisiens au XVIIe siècle. (1601-1662), also La Manufacture des Gobelins Table 1600 – 1900
  • II.  Période Louis XIV. (1662-1699)
  • III.  XVIIIe siècle.  1ère partie :  depuis la réouverture des ateliers en 1699 jusqu’à la mort du Duc d’Antin en 1736. (1699-1736)
  • IV.  XVIIIe siècle.  2ème partie :  direction de Philibert Orry, 1737 – 1745 … Comte d’Angivilier, 1774 – 1793.
  • V.  Période du XIXe siècle. (1794 – 1900)

Göbel, H (1923;1928;1933-4). Wandteppiche.  1) Erster Teil : Leipzig : Klinkhardt & Biermann; 2) & 3) Zweiter & Dritter Teile : Leipzig : Schmidt & Günther

  • (3 volumes in 6)
  • 1) Die Niederlande.  Band I and Band II;
  • 2) Die Romanischen Lander. Band I  and Band II;
  • 3) Die Germanischen und Slavischen Lander. Band 1 and Band 2;

Rapp Buri, A;  Stucky, M (1990).  Zahm und Wild.  Basier und Strassburger Bildteppiche des 15. Jahrhunderts.  Mainz: Philipp von Zabern
Thomson, W G (1914).  Tapestry weaving in England.  From the earliest times to the end of the eighteenth century.  London: B T Batsford

Tapestries and carpets from the Palace of the Prado, woven at the Royal Manufactory of Madrid, loaned by His Majesty the King of Spain. (1917).  New York: Hispanic Society of America

English and European Tapestries

Adelson, C (1994). European Tapestry in the Minneapolis Institute of Arts.  Minneapolis: Harry N Abrams, Inc
Broesens, K., Bertrand, PF., Bremer-David, C., Cleland, E., Delmarcel, G., Forti Grazzini, N.,  Maes de Wit, Y., Mayer Thurman, C. (2008).  European Tapestries in the Art Institute of Chicago. Chicago: AIC
Campbell, T P (2002). Tapestry in the Renaissance: Art and Magnificence.  New York: MMA.
Campbell, T P (2007). Henry VIII and the Art of Majestry: Tapestries at the Tudor Court.  New York: MMA.
Campbell, T P (2008). Tapestry in the Baroque: Threads of Splendour.  New York: MMA.
Cavallo, A S (1993). Medieval Tapestries in the Metropolitan Museum of Art.  New York: MMA.
Souchal, G (1974). Masterpieces of tapestry from the fourteenth to the sixteenth century; an exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.  New York: MMA

European Carpets

Sherrill, S B (1996). Carpets and Rugs of Europe and America. NY/London/Paris: Abbeville Press.
Verlet, P (1982). The James A de Rothschild collection at Waddesdon Manor – The Savonnerie. Lausanne: Office du Livre

English and European Embroideries

Abegg, M (1978). Apropos Patterns for Embroidery, Lace and Woven Textiles. Bern: Schriften der Abegg-Stiftung im Verlag Ståmpfli et Cie
Christie, A G I (1938). English Medieval Embroidery. Oxford: Clarendon Press
Hughes, T; Seligman, G S (1961). English Domestic Needlework 1660 – 1860. London:  Lutterworth Press.
Morrall, A; Watt, L (2008). English Embroidery from The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1580 – 1700: ‘Twixt Art and Nature. New York: The Bard Graduate Centre

English and European Silks

May, F L (1957). Silk Textiles of Spain: Eighth to Fifteenth Century. New York: Hispanic Society of America.

Eastern Carpets

Bennet, I (1985). Rugs and Carpets of the World. London: New Burlington Books
Crill, R (1999). Indian Embroidery. London: Victoria and Albert Museum
Edwards, C A (1983). The Persian Carpet: A Survey of the Carpet-Weaving Industry of Persia. London: Gerald Duckworth & Co Ltd
, M L Jr. (1998).  Oriental Carpets: A Complete Guide.  Boston: Little Brown & Co
, D; Sylvester, D (1983).  The Eastern Carpet in the Western World: From the 15th to the 17th Century. London: Arts Council of Great Britain.
Schurmann, U (1974). Caucasian Rugs.  London: George Allen and Unwin Ltd
Thompson, J (1983). Carpet Magic: The Art of Carpets from the Tents, Cottages, and Workshops of Asia. London: Barbican Art Gallery
Tsareva, E (2011). Turkmen Carpets: Masterpieces of Steppe Art, from 16th to 19th Centuries.  The Hoffmeister Collection. Stuttgart – New York: Arnoldsche Art Publishers
Upham Pope, A. (1964). A Survey of Persian Art from Prehistoric Times to the Present – Vol: Carpets and Textiles. Oxford: OUP
Walker, D (1997). Flower Underfoot: Indian Carpets of the Mughal Era. New York: MMA

Mediterranean, Near Eastern and Far Eastern Textiles

Baker, P L (1995). Islamic Textiles. London: British Museum Press
, A J B (1914). Catalogue of a Collection of Old Embroideries of the Greek Islands and Turkey. London: Burlington Fine Arts Club
, A J B (1935). Mediterranean and Near Easter Embroideries from the Collection of Mrs F H Cook. London: Halton & Co Ltd.