162 Results within Chimú × Quechua × Asante (Asanti) peoples × American × Textiles ×

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

    c. 1953
    Polyester, silk, cotton, rayon, and wool blend
    2016.120
  2. Alexander Girard
    American, 1907–1993
    Triangles

    designed 1961
    Linen
    2015.239
  3. Alexander Girard
    American, 1907–1993
    Cutout

    designed 1954
    Cotton
    2015.238
  4. Alexander Girard
    American, 1907–1993
    Ribbons

    designed 1957
    Cotton
    2015.237
  5. Sonia Sheridan
    American, born 1925
    Nathan Through Time

    1971-2013, printed 2013
    Dye sublimation print on silk
    2013.202
  6. Quechua
    Woman's Jacket or Juyuna

    1900–1950 AD
    Wool
    2011.1058
  7. Quechua
    Man's Belt or Chumpi

    1900–1950 AD
    Wool
    2011.1057
  8. Quechua
    Man's Pouch or Chuspa

    1900–1950 AD
    Wool
    2011.1055
  9. Quechua
    Man's Belt or Chumpi

    1900–1950 AD
    Wool
    2011.1054
  10. Quechua
    Carrying Cloth or Unkuña

    1900–1950 AD
    Wool
    2011.1053
  11. Quechua
    Woman's Jacket or Juyuna

    1900–1950 AD
    Wool with plastic buttons
    2011.1045
  12. Quechua
    Man's Poncho

    1900–1950 AD
    Wool
    2011.1043
  13. Quechua
    Woman's Jacket or Juyuna

    1900–1950 AD
    Wool with plastic buttons
    2011.1042
  14. Quechua
    Woman's Jacket or Juyuna

    1900–1950 AD
    Wool with plastic buttons
    2011.1041
  15. Quechua
    Hat

    1900–1950 AD
    Wool
    2011.1040
  16. Quechua
    Hat

    1900–1950 AD
    Wool
    2011.1039
  17. Serge Chermayeff
    British, born Russia, 1900–1996
    Navajo

    1952
    Printed linen
    2011.1002
  18. Paul Thiry
    American, 1904–1993
    Bear

    c. 1952–1955
    Printed linen
    2011.1000
  19. Martha Mood
    American, 1908 - 1972
    First Families of Texas

    1966
    Appliqué and burlap
    2006.727
  20. Asante (Asanti) peoples
    Kente Cloth

    1900–2000
    Woven silk
    2006.671
  21. Chimú
    Headdress

    1100–1450 AD
    Feathers, cotton cloth, and string
    2004.2517
  22. Adela Akers
    American, born Spain, 1933
    Hanging Fence

    1981
    Linen, metallic thread, and Plexiglas
    2004.836
  23. Chimú
    Painted Medallion with Face

    1100–1450 AD
    Reed and textile
    2002.4350
  24. Chimú
    Headband with Birds and Feathers

    1100–1450 AD
    Cloth, feathers, mother of pearl, and string
    2002.4249
  25. Ted Hallman
    American, born 1933
    Textile

    1958
    Wool and cotton
    2002.3559
  26. Ted Hallman
    American, born 1933
    Textile

    1957
    Wool and cotton
    2002.3558
  27. Ted Hallman
    American, born 1933
    Yellow Textile

    1958
    Wool and cotton
    2002.497
  28. Annie Mae Young
    American, 1928–2012
    Quilt

    c. 1965
    Cotton, polyester, and wool
    2002.419
  29. Nettie Jane Kennedy
    American, 1916–2002
    Quilt

    c. 1955
    Cotton and synthetic metallic knit
    2002.418
  30. America Irby
    American, 1916 - 1993
    Quilt

    1970
    Cotton
    2002.417
  31. Arlonzia Pettway
    American, 1923–2008
    Quilt

    Designed 1965, made 1976
    Corduroy, denim, and cotton twill
    2002.416
  32. Loretta Pettway
    American, born 1942
    Quilt

    c. 1970
    Cotton denim
    2002.415
  33. Lutisha Pettway
    American, 1925 - 2001
    Quilt

    c. 1950
    Cotton and denim
    2002.414
  34. Chimú
    Poncho Shirt (with dangles featuring birds and fish)

    1100–1532 AD
    Wool, gold, pearls, and cotton thread
    2001.1183
  35. Chimú
    Loincloth

    1100–1450 AD
    Feathers, spondylus shell, cloth and metal
    2001.1172
  36. Chimú
    Miniature Headdress

    1100–1450 AD
    Feathers, cloth and metal
    2001.1171
  37. Attributed to Harry Tyler
    American, 1801–1858
    Double-weave Coverlet

    1843
    Cotton and wool, Jacquard-loom-woven
    B.2015.6
  38. Perthene Chase
    American, 1749–1795
    Sampler

    1761
    Silk on linen
    B.2014.13
  39. Mary Akin
    American, 1700–after 1749
    Sampler

    1715
    Silk on linen
    B.2014.1
  40. Maria Del Carmen Fernandez
    Mexican, 1819–c. 1890
    Sampler

    c. 1830
    Silk on linen
    B.2013.30
  41. Flavia Maria Barbeau
    American, 1832–1908
    Sampler

    1846
    Merino wool and silk on linen
    B.2013.29
  42. Sarah Johnson
    American, 1757–1821
    Sampler

    1769
    Silk on linen
    B.2013.27
  43. Martha Mulford
    American, 1796–1868
    Sampler

    1824
    Silk on linen
    B.2013.5
  44. Viola Biering
    American, 1862–1942
    Sampler

    1876
    Wool on Penelope cloth
    B.2012.9
  45. Abigail (Naby) Lord
    American, 1754–1821
    Sampler

    1765
    Silk and metal on linen mounted on wood
    B.2012.3
  46. Mary J. Greenfield Smith
    American, born c. 1829
    Woolwork Picture

    c. 1843
    Wool and silk on linen
    B.2011.8
  47. Attributed to Frances Rogers (Mrs. Samuel Green Arnold, Sr.)
    American, 1786–1865
    Mount Vernon in Virginia / The seat of the late Lieutenant General George Washington

    c. 1800–1805
    Silk, gold and silver metallic threads, with watercolor and spangles
    B.2009.18
  48. Joanna Maxwell
    American, 1782–1847
    Sampler

    1793
    Silk on linen
    B.2009.2
  49. American
    Finished Berlin Work Canvas for Men's Slippers (one of a pair)

    c. 1850–1860
    Wool, silk, and canvas
    B.2005.17.2
  50. American
    Finished Berlin Work Canvas for Men's Slippers (one of a pair)

    c. 1850–1860
    Wool, silk, and canvas
    B.2005.17.1

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