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Ten Skin Net

A work made of cotton, silk, wild silk, polyester film, and sisal, ten interworked strips of warp resist dyed (ikat), plain weave of discontinuous warps and wefts with some non-perpendicular weaving.

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  • A work made of cotton, silk, wild silk, polyester film, and sisal, ten interworked strips of warp resist dyed (ikat), plain weave of discontinuous warps and wefts with some non-perpendicular weaving.

Date:

1992

Artist:

James Bassler (American, born 1933)
United States, California, San Pedro

About this artwork

Status

Currently Off View

Department

Textiles

Artist

James Bassler

Title

Ten Skin Net

Origin

California

Date

Made 1992

Medium

Cotton, silk, wild silk, polyester film, and sisal, ten interworked strips of warp resist dyed (ikat), plain weave of discontinuous warps and wefts with some non-perpendicular weaving

Dimensions

243.9 × 243.9 cm (96 × 96 in.)

Credit Line

Nicole Williams Contemporary Textile Fund

Reference Number

1995.79

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