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Shoulder Blanket with Plain-Stripe Design

A work made of wool, plain weave with "lazy lines" and dovetail tapestry weave; twined warp ends and selvages; knotted corner tassels.
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  • A work made of wool, plain weave with "lazy lines" and dovetail tapestry weave; twined warp ends and selvages; knotted corner tassels.

Date:

1860/90

Artist:

Navajo (Diné)
Northern New Mexico or Arizona, United States

About this artwork

Status

Currently Off View

Department

Arts of the Americas

Culture

Navajo (Diné)

Title

Shoulder Blanket with Plain-Stripe Design

Place

New Mexico (Object made in)

Date

1860–1890

Medium

Wool, plain weave with "lazy lines" and dovetail tapestry weave; twined warp ends and selvages; knotted corner tassels

Dimensions

177.8 × 125.4 cm (70 × 49 3/8 in.)

Credit Line

Bequest of Alan R. Brodie

Reference Number

2012.5

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