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PIÑA — RESOURCES

Publications on Piña

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Piña
by Lourdes R. Montinola.

ISBN-13: 978-9718551059
Publisher: Amon Foundation
Publication Date: 1991
232 pages



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PIECEWORK
July/August 2017
Volume XXV, Number 4
“The Philippines’ Wild Pineapple:
The Cinderella Tale of an Exquisite Cloth”
by Mary Polytika Bush

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Philippine Costume
by J. Moreno
Publisher: J. Moreno
Publication Date: 1995
340 pages




Articles and Essays on
Piña

1. "The Philippines and Guatemala: A Tale of Three Textiles."
Author: Caroline Stone.
• Download PDF at:
http://www.kunstkamera.ru

2.
"Piña cloth, identity and the project of Philippine nationalism."
Author: B. Lynne Milgram.
Asian Studiss Review, Volume 29, Issue 3, 2005
• View article at Taylor & Francis Online, or at www.researchgate.net

3.
"Dress, Status, and Identity in the Philippines: Pineapple Fiber Cloth and Ilustrado Fashion
Author: Mina Roces
Source: Fashion Theory: The Journal of Dress, Body & Culture, Volume 17, Number 3, June 2013, pp. 341-372(32)
Publisher: Bloomsbury Journals (formerly Berg Journals)
• Website: www.ingentaconnect.com

4. "Pine-Apple Fibre, Etc."
The Technologist. A Monthly Record of Science Applied to Art and Manufacture. (Pages 153-156)
Edited by Peter Lund Simmons. Published by Kent & Co., London, 1861
• Website:
Google Books

5. "The Collection of Pineapple Fibers—Ananas comosus (Bromeliaceae)—at the Harvard University Herbaria."
Authors: Luís Mendonça de Carvalho, Francisca Maria Fernandes,
and Stephanie Zabel

Harvard Papers in Botany Dec 2009 : Vol. 14, Issue 2, pg(s) 105-109
• Website: BioOne.org

6. "Embroidery on Piña Cloth."
Author: Mary Corbet.
Website: Mary Corbet's Needle 'n Thread.

7.
"The Wonder of Exotic Piña Fiber."
• Website: Cool-Organic-Clothing.com

8.
"Piña in Fashion: Fabric Made from Pineapples."
• Website: StartUp Fashion

9. "Wear Fruity Dresses to Match Healthy Fruit Dessert! (Pineapple Fabric)."
Textile Exchange Online, March 16, 2009
• Website:
www.teonline.com

10. "Pina Fabric - Indigenous Material of Barong Tagalog and Other Ingenious Fibers."
Author: Ron Siojo
• Website: Knoji Consumer Knowledge

12. "Barong Tagalog." A collection of articles/information on the barong.
• Website: www.seasite.niu.edu

13. "Piña: Weaving Aklan's Queen of Fiber."
• Website: www.langyaw.com


Books with Images of Piña

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The Philippines
in the 19th Century,
a collection of prints
by Rudolph J. H. Lietz
ISBN: 971-91937-0-0
Publisher: RLI Gallery Systems, Inc.
Publication Date: 1998



Land of the Morning:
Treasures of the Philippines

by David Baradas
ISBN: 1-877742-04-X
San Francisco Craft & Folk Art Museum
Publication Date: 1995

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100 Years of Philippine Painting
LCCN: 84-61334
Publisher: Pacific Asia Museum
Publication Date: 1984

Catalog of the exhibition One Hundred Years of Philippine Painting held at the Pacific Asia Museum in Pasadena, California, June 26 to December 30, 1984


Land of the Morning:
The Philippines and its People

Asian Civilizations Museum
Contributors: Henkel, Benitez-Johannot, Bautista, Dangzalan
ISBN: 9789710579075
Publisher: Asian Civilizations Museum [Singapore]
Publication Date: 2009

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Videos Online About Piña

Weaving Piña Cloth from OurPhiippinesTV
Master Artisans of the Philippines



Images of Piña Online
(To view source, click on image
or the linked text below image.)


The images are from
The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York (39 items);
and The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (43 items).
Click on the image or on the museum's
name to visit their websites
and see their amazing collections of piña.


Piña-Met Museum


Panyuwelo (Pañuelo)
, 19th Century
The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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Barong (shirt), 19th Century
The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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Blouse
, 20th Century
The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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Handkerchief, 2nd Quarter, 19th Century
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

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Brocade on piña, 19th Century

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

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Scarf, 19th Century

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

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Fragment, 19th Century
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston




Piña-Met Museum

Blouse, 19th Century
The Metropolitan Museum of Art




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Handkerchief, 19th Century
The Metropolitan Museum of Art






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Blouse, 19th Century
The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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Dress (silk & piña), 20th Century
The Metropolitan Museum of Art


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Barong, 20th Century
The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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