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  • Skirt Cloth (Indonesia), 1931

    Skirt cloth made of two lengths seamed down long sides of bright green silk cloth with scaled design in gold thread. Design shows long stemmed stylized floral forms extending into…

  • Textile (Indonesia), early 20th century

    Painted and glazed cloth strip depicting scenes from a Hindu religious epic. Shows rows of standing and kneeling figures against stylized cloud bands on undyed cotton ground. Flowering sprays and…

  • Textile (Indonesia), ca. 1931

    Textile woven with spaced warps and wefts showing geometric motif in pink, purple, green, yellow, and orange on off-white ground. Spaces make plaid pattern.

  • Textile (Indonesia), early 20th century

    Painted and glazed cloth strip depicting scenes from a Hindu religious epic. Shows rows of standing and kneeling figures against stylized cloud bands on undyed cotton ground. Flowering sprays and…

  • Textile (Indonesia), early 20th century

    Painted and glazed cloth strip depicting scenes from a Hindu religious epic. Shows rows of standing and kneeling figures against stylized cloud bands on undyed cotton ground. Flowering sprays and…

  • Sarong (Indonesia), 1900–1950

    Sarong with horizontal repeat of large-scale curving floral spray (“buketan” motif) surrounded by birds and butterflies in black, red, and blue on undyed ground. Narrow black side borders with blue…

  • Ceremonial Cloth (kamben Geringsing) (Indonesia), 1931

    Textile created in double ikat or ‘geringsing technique’ (within Indonesia, only practiced in the village of Tenganan, East Bali). Shows symetrical scaled design of large half medallions with complex decorative…

  • Scarf (Indonesia), early 20th century

    Narrow length of batik in brown, dark blue, white, and tan.Tumpal motif (row of isosceles triangles) at ends and large sawat or mironj motif (wings of Garuda, mount of Vishnu)…

  • Long Sarong (kain Panjang) (Indonesia), 19th century

    Long cotton sarong (kain panjang) featuring diagonal repeat of medium-sized decorated blade-like motifs with stylized leaves and flowers attached to curving stems alternating with small four-lobed rosettes in dark blue,…

  • Textile (Indonesia), 20th century

    Panel of cotton batik printed in diagonally-arranged pattern of hook-shaped motif known as “parang tuding” in reddish brown and accented with blue dots on tan. Because it is arranged along…

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