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Chief Blanket (Third Phase)

A work made of wool, single interlocking and slit tapestry weaves with "lazy lines"; twined warp ends and selvages.
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  • A work made of wool, single interlocking and slit tapestry weaves with "lazy lines"; twined warp ends and selvages.

Date:

c. 1880

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

Chief Blanket (Third Phase)

Origin

New Mexico

Date

1870–1890

Medium

Wool, single interlocking and slit tapestry weaves with "lazy lines"; twined warp ends and selvages

Dimensions

184.2 × 153.7 cm (72 1/2 × 60 1/2 in.)

Credit Line

Bequest of Alan R. Brodie

Reference Number

2012.9

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