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《Journal of National Museum of China》 2015-10
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Uygur Cotton Printing Technique in Xinjiang

Guo Xiaoying;  
Uygurs in Xinjiang use woodblocks to create printed patterns on cotton textiles. Different from similar printing techniques in central China,the Uygur technique features small woodblocks,varying stamped patterns on cotton and Islamic style. Such a unique Islamic printing technique was inspired by both ancient Chinese block printing and Western sculpture. The current author studies the woodblocks,pigments and cotton textiles to find out the origins of Uygur cotton printing technique. Geographic advantages of cotton growing,production of pigments and woodblocks and printing process are analyzed. In addition,a comparative study is made between Uygur and Ahmedabad(in Gujarat,India) techniques to reveal the distinct features of the former.
【CateGory Index】: TS194
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【Co-citations】
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1 Guo Xiaoying;;Uygur Cotton Printing Technique in Xinjiang[J];中国国家博物馆馆刊;2015-10
2 Mo-Xinhui;Xinjiang Museum;;On Xinjiang Uygur Printed and Dyed Mold[J];新疆艺术学院学报;2014-02
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