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Remoulade (Furnishing Fabric)

A work made of wool, cotton, linen, rayon, gold gilt strip wound around cotton fiber core, metallic strip encased in synthetic film, nylon, and polyethylene, plain weave with supplementary patterning warps.

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  • A work made of wool, cotton, linen, rayon, gold gilt strip wound around cotton fiber core, metallic strip encased in synthetic film, nylon, and polyethylene, plain weave with supplementary patterning warps.

Date:

1956

Artist:

Designed by Jack Lenor Larsen (American, born 1927)
Produced by Jack Lenor Larsen, Inc.
United States, New York, New York

About this artwork

Status

Currently Off View

Department

Textiles

Artist

Jack Lenor Larsen (Designer)

Title

Remoulade (Furnishing Fabric)

Origin

New York City

Date

Made 1956

Medium

Wool, cotton, linen, rayon, gold gilt strip wound around cotton fiber core, metallic strip encased in synthetic film, nylon, and polyethylene, plain weave with supplementary patterning warps

Dimensions

26.9 × 66 cm (10 1/2 × 26 in.)

Credit Line

Gift of Eleanor and Henry Kluck

Reference Number

1985.1052

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