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Cotton, various twill weaves and plain weaves, some with self-patterning warps and wefts; pieced; polyester batting; cotton, twill weave and plain weave lining; pieced; quilted with cotton thread in knots; edged with cotton, twill weaves
281.6 × 152.9 cm (110 7/8 × 60 3/16 in.)
Gift of Camille J. Cook
Extended information about this artwork
Jeniffer Lamb, “Direcciones Desarollo del Proyecto,” ArteFacto, 1993, 6-9.
Karen Fail, “Rags to Riches: Lyn Inall” in Quiltmakers of Australia: Celebrating the Tradition (The Quilt Digest Press: Illinois, 1995), 57 (detail ill.).
Goulburn, Australia, Goulburn Regional Art Gallery, “Discerning Textiles: Investigations of Process and Structure,” July 24-Aug. 21, 1993.
Art Institute of Chicago, Elizabeth F. Cheney and Agnes Allerton Textile Galleries, Contemporary Fiber Art, A Selection from the Permanent Collection, Nov. 3, 2010 -May 8, 2011.
The artist, Rivett, Australia; sold to Camille J. Cook, Western Springs, IL, Mar. 4. 1994 [sales receipt signed by the artist, Mar. 4, 1994 in curatorial object file]; given to the Art Institute of Chicago, 2009.
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