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  1. Japanese
    Uchikake (Wedding Kimono)

    late 19th century
    Silk and gold
    2018.210

    Museum purchase funded by Ms. Miwa S. Sakashita and Dr. John R. Stroehlein

  2. Kajikawa School
    Japanese, active 17th–19th centuries
    Sagemono: Inro featuring sea life

    19th century
    Lacquer, gold, wood, bone, mother-of-pearl, silver, bronze
    2018.205

    Museum purchase funded by the Museum Collectors

  3. Peter McCulloch
    American, born Scotland, 1933
    Project

    designed 1965
    Cotton
    2017.230

    Museum purchase funded by Cecily E. Horton

  4. Ruth Adler Schnee
    American, born Germany, 1923
    "Lazy Leaves" Textile

    c. 1953
    Polyester, silk, cotton, rayon, and wool blend
    2016.120

    Museum purchase funded by Joan Morgenstern and Michael W. Dale, and an anonymous donor, Dr. Helen Tanour and Eleanor Freed by exchange

  5. Alexander Girard
    American, 1907–1993
    Triangles

    designed 1961
    Linen
    2015.239

    Museum purchase funded by Mrs. Edmund J. Kahn, by exchange, and Kerry Inman and Denby Auble

  6. Alexander Girard
    American, 1907–1993
    Cutout

    designed 1954
    Cotton
    2015.238

    Museum purchase funded by Mrs. Edmund J. Kahn, by exchange, and Kerry Inman and Denby Auble

  7. Alexander Girard
    American, 1907–1993
    Ribbons

    designed 1957
    Cotton
    2015.237

    Museum purchase funded by Mrs. Edmund J. Kahn, by exchange, and Kerry Inman and Denby Auble

  8. Katsuji Wakisaka
    Japanese, born 1944
    Nietos

    1977
    Screenprint on plain weave cotton
    2012.345

    Gift of Phyllis Tucker

  9. Aymara Bolivian
    Bolivian
    Woman's Manta or Shawl

    1900–1950 AD
    Cotton
    2011.1061

    Gift of Lee and Joanne Lyon

  10. Serge Chermayeff
    British, born Russia, 1900–1996
    Navajo

    1952
    Printed linen
    2011.1002

    The American Institute of Architects, Houston Design Collection, museum purchase funded by friends of Charles Tapley, in his honor

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