By Perkins, George C.
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There, WESTERN TURKESTAN The bright-coloured embroideries of Turkestan are very well known. Several are reproduced in this volume in half-tone (plates 75 and 79) and in colours (plate 78). Such embroideries are generally described as "Bokhara" work. That city was the centre to which many found their and from which way, they were distributed again. A certain number may have been made there, but the production was carried on over a wide area. A very fine example, illustrated on plate 75, belongs to a type which has been associated with the neighbourhood of Tashkent.
The Christian symbolism in the lower rows will be noticed. The worker's name is embroidered at the top. With the opening of the 16th century came another wave of Oriental influence into the Spanish peninsula, not by force of arms this time, but by way of commerce. The Portuguese were the first European seamen to arrive in the Far Eastern seas. Canton was reached in 1517, and by the middle of the century a more permanent factory was established at Macao. The Spaniards approached China by way of South America and the Philippines, where they arrived in 1575, making the islands the headquarters of the Chinese traffic, the goods being carried there from the mainland by the Chinese.
E. ) 1905. BURLINGTON FINE ARTS CLUB. Exhibi- tion of English Embroidery prior to middle of the XVI century. ) 1905. Embroidery and TapesWeaving. ) 1906. CHRISTIE, A. H. try 40 of Eng(Kegan Embroidery. FITZWILLIAM, LADY ADA. (Kegan broidery. Jacobean EmPaul, Trench, WILKINSON, M. E. Embroidery Stitches. ) 1912. HUISH, MARCUS B. Samplers and Tapestry Embroideries. ) 1913 Elementary Embroidery. ) 1915. PESEL, LOUISA F. Portfolio No. i, Stitches from old English Embroideries. Portfolio No. Stitches 2, from Eastern Embroideries.