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Classifications: Textiles and Clothing

Classifications: Textiles and Clothing
Obi fragment
Japanese
early 20th century
33.1424
Obi Fragment
Japanese
1891-1917
33.1434
Obi Fragment
Japanese
1891-1917
33.1436
Obi Fragment
Japanese
1891-1917
33.1437
Obi
Japanese
Early 20th century
33.1439
obi
Japanese
33.1457
obi
Japanese
33.1460
Obi Fragment
Japanese
1891-1917
33.1461
Ekasuri fragment
Japanese
early 19th century
58.70
Ekasuri fragment
Japanese
early 19th century
58.71
Ekasuri fragment
Japanese
early 19th century
58.72
Obi
Japanese
33.1451
Furoshiki (wrapping cloth)
Japanese
19th century
95.48
Sampler of stencil dyed designs
Japanese
19th century
2001.653
Stencil dyed fabric panel
Japanese
19th century
2001.707
Stencil dyed fabric panel
Japanese
19th century
2001.709
Stencil dyed fabric panel
Japanese
19th century
2001.710
Stencil dyed fabric panel
Japanese
19th century
2001.711
Stencil dyed fabric panel
Japanese
19th century
2001.712
Stencil dyed fabric panel
Japanese
19th century
2001.713
Stencil dyed fabric panel
Japanese
19th century
2001.714
Stencil dyed fabric panel
Japanese
19th century
2001.716
Stencil dyed fabric panel
Japanese
19th century
2001.720
Stencil dyed fabric panel
Japanese
19th century
2001.722
Stencil dyed fabric panel
Japanese
19th century
2001.723
Stencil dyed fabric panel
Japanese
19th century
2001.725
Stencil dyed fabric panel
Japanese
19th century
2001.739
Stencil dyed fabric panel
Japanese
19th century
2001.740.1
Wrapping cloth (furoshiki)
Japanese
late 19th - early 20th century
2001.591
Stencil dyed fabric panel
Japanese
19th century
2001.741
Stencil dyed fabric panel
Japanese
19th century
2001.742
Stencil dyed fabric panel
Japanese
19th century
2001.743
Stencil dyed fabric panel
Japanese
19th century
2001.744
Stencil dyed fabric panel
Japanese
19th century
2001.745
Stencil dyed fabric panel
Japanese
19th century
2001.746
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Seattle Art Museum acknowledges that we are on the traditional homelands of the Duwamish and the customary territories of the Suquamish and Muckleshoot Peoples. As a cultural and educational institution, we honor our ongoing connection to these communities past, present, and future. We also acknowledge the urban Native peoples from many Nations who call Seattle their home.