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Full Record: x-1981-sl-2.165/1981_2.165.JPG

Dance cap

Artist Unknown, African, Senufo Peoples, Côte d'Ivoire

20th century

circa 1920

1981/2.165

burlap, cloth, leather, and cowrie shells

rank 12.14203

cloth

shells

Full Record: x-2013-sl-2.303/2013_2.303.JPG

Untitled

Sergio di Giusti

A sculpture with a man wrapped in cloths, covering his face. One arm is behind him, the other across his chest and is bare. The colors are reds, gold, blue and black paints. The sculpture has a base and it looks like a corner of a wall with the man standing on the end.

1980

2013/2.303

bronze, wood, plaster, paint

rank 12.00705

bound

cloth

man

Full Record: x-2011-sl-2.75/2011_2_75.JPG

Ropa Vieja

Emilio Sanchez

Pieces of white cloth are hanging on the laundry lines, being blown dry by the wind.

b. 1921

1997

2011/2.75

color lithograph on paper

rank 11.74591

cloth

color lithographs

laundries

white

Full Record: x-2005-sl-2.10/2005_2.10.JPG

Phulkari Shawl with Stylized Floral Patterns arranged in 54 squares

India, Eastern Punjab

This piece of brick red cloth is covered with geometric patterns in tones of red, greenish yellow, white and orange. Along the top and bottom edges (if the piece were vertical) are border grids made up of 6 squares with triangular patterns of thread inside them. The main body of the phulkari is a 6 by 9 square grid, each box housing a stylized floral pattern made from embroidery.

20th century

1st half of 20th century

2005/2.10

silk embroidery on homespun cotton cloth

rank 11.61955

cloth

patterns (design elements)

triangles (polygons)

Full Record: x-2003-sl-2.57/2003_2_57.JPG

Phulkari (woman's head covering) with peacock designs

Artist Unknown, India, Punjab

This is a red cloth covered with geometric patterns and abstract forms in the shape of peacocks. The designs and peacocks are multicolored and depicted in a repetitive format with the birds arranged in five columns and nine rows.

20th century

1st half of 20th century

2003/2.57

white, green, magenta, and indigo silk floss embroidery on madder-dyed cotton

rank 11.25627

cloth

embroidery

india (nation)

motifs

pattern (design element)

peacocks