Welcome to a book page as not are so usual in the leather art and craft world.
Western Floral Carving (120 KB)
By: Bob Park
Saddlemaking in Wyoming (175 KB)
By: University of Wyoming Art Museum
Essay by Dr. Sharon Kahin.
Catalouge Oslo Design Fair 2018 ( 740KB)
By: Oslo Design Fair
Pele Com Pele ( 783 KB)
By: Franklin Pereira and Ana Caldas
Naha Vägi, Esti nahakunst 1917-2017. (1MB)
Editor: Külli Grünbach- Sein and Illu Erma.
Lone Wolf, Läderarbete (1MB)
By: Michael Gârtner , Sweden
The Meaning of Ice (872 KB)
Editors; Shari Fox Gearheard,Lene Kielsen Holm, Henry Huntington, Joe Mello Leavitt, Andrew R. Mahoney, Margaret Opie, Toku Ishima and Joelie Sanguya.
Ethnic Style Design (116 KB).
By: Serge Volken, Switzerland
The art of Leather Inlay and Overlay (69 KB)
By: Lisa Sorrell, USA
Art Of The Boot (1 MB)
By: Tyler Beard. Photos: Jim Arndt.
The Art of The Western Saddle (110 KB)
By: Bill Reynolds
Skor är huvudsaken = Shoe is the main thing). (111 kB)
Seventeen female researchers reasoning about shoes. (Swedish textet book).
Editors. Carin Eriksson Lindvall, Kerstin Rydbeck and Louise Rügenheimer.
Pamphlet about leatherwork ( 54 kB)
By: Lydia Ignatenkova, Russia
(OBS: Since I not understand russian is the tittle not correct translated)
Ancient Russian Ornamentation ( 107 kb)
By: E. Solomin
4x(4+4)x4= 4x, book and catalogue, Scripta Manent V, 2015 (60 kb)
By: Estonian Arts Institutions
The Craftsman (57 kb)
By: Richard Sennett.
Beautyful Leather Jewelry (86 kb)
By: Melissa Chable
Boxes and Bowels ( 73 kb).
About: Rex Lingwood’s Cuir Bouille works
Artistic Leather, Of The Arts and Crafts Era (97,0 kB)
By: Daniel Lees
Limp Bindings From The Vatican Library (57,4 kB)
By: Monica Langwe
King of The Western Saddle ,The Sheridan Saddle and the Art of Don King (113 KB)
By : Timothy H. Evans
Walsall Leather Industry, The World’s Saddlers ( 90,9 Kb)
By Michael Glasson
Footwear Design,Portofolio Skills (965 kB)
By: Aki Choklat
Handmade Shoe for Men (1,88 MB).
By: Laszlo Vass and Magda Molnar.
(Mentioned first time in the paperverison of The Euro*pean Leather, Shoe and Hide, Nr. 1- 2013).
Leathers, Skins and Tools for Artistic Leather Work (1,26 MB)
( This is a enlarged review of the same book first t ime mentioned in The Euro*pean Leather, Shoe and Hide, Nr. 1 – 2012).
ABC of Leather Bookbinding (800,25 KB)
A Maunal for Traditional Craftmanship,
Author; Edward R. Lhotka
(Mentioned first time in The Euro*pean Leather Shoe and Hide, Nr.1-2011).
Charles M. Russel (1,51MB)
The Masterwork of Chares M. Russel
A incurison in and about a exhibition catalog.
(Mentioned first time in The Euro*pean Leather, Shoe and Hide, Nr. 2-2010).
Luis Ortega’s Rawhide Artistery, (1,27MB)
Brading in the Calefornia Tradition.
Book about the american artist Luis B. Ortegas life and art.
(Mentioned first time the Euro*pean Leather, Shoe and Hide Nr.1-2010).
The Main Techniques of Coloring Leather (107 kb).
A book about coloring leather with use of spirit dyes.
By the australian leather artist Peter Main.
(Mentioned first time in The Euro*pean Leather, Shoe and Hide, Nr. 2-2011)
A book about whipmaking – brading.
By David S. Morgan
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