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  1. Sudo Reiko
    Japanese, born 1953
    Patched Paper

    Designed 1997, made 2000
    Polyester and Mino Washi paper
    2000.902
  2. Sudo Reiko
    Japanese, born 1953
    Feather Flurries

    Designed 1993, made 2000
    Silk organdy and feathers
    2000.901
  3. Sudo Reiko
    Japanese, born 1953
    Stainless Steel Gloss

    Designed 1990, made 2000
    Polyester
    2000.900
  4. Sudo Reiko
    Japanese, born 1953
    Scattered Rubber Bands

    Designed 1997, made 2000
    Linen, acrylic, and silicone
    2000.899
  5. Sudo Reiko
    Japanese, born 1953
    Jellyfish

    Designed 1993, made 2000
    Polyester
    2000.898
  6. Ewe peoples
    Kente Cloth

    1900–1940
    Rayon, cotton
    2004.1231
  7. Ewe peoples
    Kente cloth

    1900–1925
    Cotton
    97.776
  8. Ewe peoples
    Kente cloth

    1920–1940
    Cotton
    97.775
  9. Ewe peoples
    Kente Cloth

    1900–1990
    Cotton
    97.774
  10. Ewe peoples
    Kente Cloth

    1910--1970
    Cotton
    97.766
  11. Ewe peoples
    Cloth

    1900–1990
    Rayon, cotton
    97.757
  12. Inca (Inka)
    Post Columbian Textile

    1200–1532 AD
    Cotton and gold thread
    2004.2446
  13. Inca (Inka)
    Feather Panel with Llamas and Llama Herder

    1200–1532 AD
    Woven cotton and feathers
    2004.1662
  14. Inca (Inka)
    Tunic

    1450–1532 AD
    Woven cotton and camelid wool
    2001.1399
  15. Inca (Inka)
    Coiled Cap

    1200–1532 AD
    Wool
    2001.1263
  16. Inca (Inka)
    Tunic

    1450–1532 AD
    Woven and dyed cotton and camelid wool
    2001.1184
  17. Flemish
    Chasuble with Scenes from the Lives of Christ and the Virgin

    c. 1510
    Silk, velvet, gold- and silver-wrapped thread, linen
    2018.365
  18. Flemish (probably Tournai)
    Hercules Slaying King Laomedon

    1480–1500
    Tapestry: Wool and silk
    2015.547
  19. Flemish
    Les Fiançailles from Series Gombaut et Macée

    late 16th-early 17th century
    Wool and silk
    64.29
  20. Flemish
    Border

    early 18th century
    Linen
    40.12
  21. Japanese
    Uchikake (Wedding Kimono)

    late 19th century
    Silk and gold
    2018.210
  22. Katsuji Wakisaka
    Japanese, born 1944
    Nietos

    1977
    Screenprint on plain weave cotton
    2012.345

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