№1(61)
March 2018
ISSN
1990-4126

Russian

«Architecton: proceedings of higher education» № 1(61) March 2018

Arts and crafts


Shirokovskikh Margarita S.

PhD (Art Studies), Senior Lecturer, Department of Textile Art.
A. Stieglitz Saint Petersburg State Art and Industry Academy.
Saint Petersburg, Russia, e-mail: ivarita@bk.ru

THE St.PETERSBURG COTTON MILLS BEFORE THE REVOLUTION: HISTORY AND PRODUCT VARIETY


The article presents the results of studying the St.Petersburg textiles. Based on literary sources and artifacts, the author reviews the ornaments of stuffed, Jacquard and heald fabrics and digresses into the history of St.Petersburg cotton mills. Data gathered in the course of studying the museum and private collections is presented and the principal types of textiles and their designs are described. The study makes a practical contribution to the history of textiles and design.

Key words: cotton mill, design, prints, Jacquard fabric, heald textiles, Shlisselburg manufacturing mill



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