Cloth for a Mandarin

A work made of cotton and foil encased in synthetic film-wrapped rayon, double-faced weft-float faced three-color complementary weft weave; woven on mechanical loom with jacquard attachment.

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  • A work made of cotton and foil encased in synthetic film-wrapped rayon, double-faced weft-float faced three-color complementary weft weave; woven on mechanical loom with jacquard attachment.

Date:

1983

Artist:

Terry A. Gentille (American, 1945–1987)
United States, Rhode Island, Providence

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Artist

Terry A. Gentille

Title

Cloth for a Mandarin

Origin

Rhode Island

Date

1983

Medium

Cotton and foil encased in synthetic film-wrapped rayon, double-faced weft-float faced three-color complementary weft weave; woven on mechanical loom with Jacquard attachment

Dimensions

383.7 x 74.5 cm (153 x 29 3/8 in.)

Credit Line

Restricted gift of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hixon Glore in memory of Robert Hixon Glore, Jr.

Reference Number

1987.160

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