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염직발생과 문화적 배경에 관한 연구

Title
염직발생과 문화적 배경에 관한 연구
Other Titles
A Study on the Dyeing Art and Cultural Background
Author
양진숙
Issue Date
1999-12
Publisher
서울디자인포럼학회
Citation
한국디자인문화학회지. 1999-12 5(2):137-153
Abstract
We often find the modern design elements from the past design work. So, it is very important to investigate a past design history, also dyeing art is same as another design. The dyeing art have included each nation`s cultural background, so, the dyeing art have particular mutual relationship with culture. In this study, in order to considerate the dyeing art history, the origin, spread and the cultural background were studied. But, because the type of dyeing fabrics was very various, this research studied about Plangi, Ikat, Batik and printing, classifying a dyeing art into four groups. Till now, a dyeing art have seen displayed sometimes with printed fabrics, sometimes with Ikat, sometimes with jacquard and so on, and gradually have been developed in the technical side. The significant cultural backgrounds that had big effect in development and change of dyeing art wre aggression of other culture, movement of dyers, trade, clothing life and so on. And the social backgrounds were the silk road, the art of navigation, the industrial revolution, discovery of synthetic dyestuff, development of dyeing machine and so on. The symbolic meaning of dyeing art pattern were religious and philosophical coloring, and a talisman against evil same as illness, death and ill luck. The modern significance of the past dyeing art is that is playing an important role which give a insperation in a new dyeing design, in future, it is suggested that this will be applicate and inherit more and more.
URI
https://www.dbpia.co.kr/journal/articleDetail?nodeId=NODE06541235https://repository.hanyang.ac.kr/handle/20.500.11754/171425
ISSN
1598-6497
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COLLEGE OF DESIGN[E](디자인대학) > JEWELRY & FASHION DESIGN(주얼리·패션디자인학과) > Articles
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