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Wool and cotton: slit tapestry weave; embroidered with wool and cotton in heavy chain, herring bone, interlacing and stem stitches; main warp cut fringe, twined and wrapped; added wrapped cut fringe and leather binding stitched with hemp
147.3 × 270.3 cm (58 × 106 1/2 in.)
Pauline S. Armstrong Endowment
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Ivo Grammet, Essaouira, Morocco and Belgium, by 2003 [Incoming permanent receipt RX23594, Feb. 20, 2002, and Invoice, Mar. 23, 2003, in curatorial object file, Arts of Africa]; sold to the Art Institute of Chicago, 2003.
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