Irwin, John

Irwin, John


Insignia of the East India Company

Irwin, John

Vol. IV:78-79, Journal of Indian Textile History, 1959


Indo-Portuguese embroideries of Bengal

Irwin, John

Vol. N. S. XXVI(2):65-72, Art and letters. Journal of the Royal India, Pakistan and Ceylon Society, 1952


Indian textiles in historical perspective

Irwin, John

vol. 15, no. 4, Marg, 1961-62, XV(4):4?6, India, Textiles,Export trade, Folk art, Craft, Historic


Indian textile trade in the 17th century, (4) foreign influences

Irwin, John

Journal of Indian Textile History, 1959, IV:57-64,


Indian textile trade in the 17th century, (3) Bengal

Irwin, John

Journal of Indian Textile History, 1957, III:59-74,


Indian textile trade in the 17th century, (2) Coromandel Coast

Irwin, John

Journal of Indian Textile History, 1956, II:24-42,


Indian textile trade in the 17th century, (1) Western India

Irwin, John

Journal of Indian Textile History, 1955, I:4?33


Golconda cotton paintings

Irwin, John

Times of India annual, pp. 49-58, 1964


Fremlin Carpet

Irwin, John

Marg, 1975-76, XXIX(4):65-66,


Arts and crafts of Kashmir

Irwin, John

Marg, 1954-55, VIII(2):112-53,


A note on Indian sashes of King Gustavus Adolphus

Irwin, John

Journal of Indian textile history, vol. 4, pp 69-76, 1959


Indian Painted and Printed Fabrics

Irwin, John; Hall, Margaret

Ahmedabad: Calico Museum of Textiles, 1971


Indian Embroideries

Irwin, John; Hall, Margaret

Ahmedabad: Calico Museum of Textiles, 1973


Indian embroideries

Irwin, John; Hall, Margaret

Ahmedabad: Calico Museum,, 1973


The Mogul Gallery at the Victoria and Albert Museum

Irwin, John

Vol. VII, No. 1, Bombay: Marg Magazine, 1953


Early Indian Carpets

Irwin, John

Vol. LXIX, New York: Antique, 1956


The significance of chintz

Irwin, John

Marg, 1977-78, XXXI(4):67-73,


The Kashmir shawl

Irwin, John

Vol 6, No (1):43-50, Bombay: Marg,, 1952-53,


The folk-art of Bengal

Irwin, John

The Studio, November, 1946, 132(644):129-36,


The etymology of chintz and pintado

Irwin, John

Vol-4, Journal of Indian Textile History, 1959


The commercial embroidery of Gujarat in the 17th century

Irwin, John

Journal of Indian Society of Oriental Art, 1949, XVII:51-56,


Shawls: A Study in Indo-European Influences

Irwin, John

Victoria and Albert Museum: Monograph #9, London: Her Majesty's Stationery Office, 1955


Shawls for well draped ladies

Irwin, John

Vol. 19, no. 11, Hemisphere, 1975


Origins of 'oriental' chintz design

Irwin, John

vol. 75, pp 84-87, Antiques, 1959


Textiles and Ornaments of India

Jayakar, Pupul; Irwin, John; Wheeler, Monroe (ed.).

New York: The Museum of Modern Art, Simon and Schuster, 1955


Indian Textile Trade in Seventeenth CenturyBengal

Irwin, John

No. 111, Journal of Indian Textile History, 1957


Indian Textile Trade in the Seventeenth Century-Western India

Irwin, John

No. 1, Ahmedabad: Journal of Indian Textile History, 1955


Indian Textiles. Introduction to Textile Section of the Art of India and Pakistan

Irwin, John

London: Commemoration Catalogue of the Exhibition held at the Royal Academy of Arts, 1947-48


Commercial Embroidery of Gujarat in the 17th Century

Irwin, John

Vol. XVIII, Journal of Indian Society of Oriental Art. Calcutta, 1940


Indian Embroidery, Victoria and Albert Museum

Irwin, John

Large Picture Book, No. 7, 1st Edition edition, London: HMSO, 1951


Shawls A Study in Indo-European Influences

Irwin, John

London: Victoria and Albert Museum, South Kensington, Her Majesty's Stationery Office, 1955


The Kashmir shawl, origin and technique

Irwin, John

Vol 8, no. 2, Marg, vol., 1954-55


The Amsterdam Nataraja

Irwin, John

Vol. IV, No. 2, Bombay: Marg,


The folk art of Bengal

Dey, Bishnu; Irwin, John

vol. 1, no. 4, Marg, 1946-47


Notes on the use of the hook in Indian embroidery

Hanish, Babette; Irwin, John

Vol 53, Bulletin of the Needle and Bobbin Club, 1970


Origins of Chintz

Irwin, John; Brett, Katharine B.

With a catalogue of Indo-European cotton-paintings in the Victoria and Albert Museum, London: Her Majesty's Stationery Office, 1970