Chromatic contrast phenomena in woven textiles
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Chromatic contrast phenomena in woven textiles a subjective examination and assessment of some characteristics of pattern areas which exhibit the phenomenon of chromatic contrast with special reference to colour-thread-units in woven textiles. by David R. Kitson

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Published in Bradford .
Written in English


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M. Phil. thesis. Typescript, includes appendix separately bound.

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