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  • X2002.22.19ab Shirt and pants

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    Object Name: Shirt and pants

    Artist: Unknown

    Culture: Bagobo peoples

    Place of Origin: Mindanao, Philippines

    Date/Era: 19th to early 20th century

    Medium/Materials: Abaca fiber, natural dyes

    Dimensions: L (pants): 71 cm; W (shirt): 110 cm

    Credit Line: Fowler Museum at UCLA.

    Accession Number: X2002.22.19ab

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  • X2002.33.10 Mask

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    Mask
    Kashinakaji (old woman)
    Luvale or Luchazi peoples
    Zambia
    Late 19th-20th century
    Cordage, wood
    H: 100.0 cm, W: 56.0 cm, D: 13.0 cm (H: 39.4 in, W: 22.0 in, D: 5.1 in)
    Museum purchase with funds provided by Jay T. Last. X2002.33.10

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  • X2003.2.1 Revival cloth

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    Object Name: Revival cloth (lamba akotifahana)

    Artist: Lamba sarl, a weaving group

    Culture: Merina peoples

    Place of Origin: Madagascar

    Date/Era: 2002

    Dimensions: 235 x 167.5 cm

    Medium/Materials: Silk, aniline dye

    Credit Line: Fowler Museum at UCLA. Museum purchase.

    Accession Number: X2003.2.1

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  • X2005.1.1 Burial face mask

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    Burial face mask
    Paracas culture, Ocucaje, Ica Valley, south coast of Peru
    Early Horizon, circa 400-300 BCE
    Cotton warp and weft; plain weave painted with unwoven warps, painted tannin dyes
    77 x 30 cm
    Fowler Museum at UCLA. Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert L. Lucas, Jr. X2005.1.1

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  • X2005.35.1 Banner

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    Object Name: Banner

    Artist: Unknown

    Place of Origin: Probably Cirebon, West Java, Indonesia

    Date/Era: Mid- to late 19th century

    Dimensions: 288 x 98 cm

    Medium/Materials: Hand-drawn batik on commercial cotton cloth

    Credit Line: Fowler Museum at UCLA. Gift of Mary Jane Leland.

    Accession Number: X2005.35.1

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  • X2008.10.12 Woman’s shoulder cloth (sayut)

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    Object Name: Woman’s shoulder cloth (sayut)

    Artist: Unknown

    Culture: Javanese peoples

    Place of Origin: Gendong, Kerek, East Java, Indonesia

    Date/Era: Late 1970s

    Dimensions: 324 x 59 cm

    Medium/Materials: Cotton

    Credit Line: Fowler Museum at UCLA. Rens Heringa Collection. Purchased with funds provided by the Fowler Museum Textile Council of Indonesian Art.

    Accession Number: X2008.10.12

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  • X2008.6.148 Futon cover

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    Futon cover (futonji), fragment
    Kurume, Fukuoka Prefecture, Kyushu, Japan; Taisho period (1912-1926)
    Cotton; double ikat
    L: 228.80 cm (90 in), W: 156.00 cm (16.4 in)
    Fowler Museum X2008.6.148; Krauss Collection of Japanese Textiles

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  • X2008.6.171 Futon cover

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    Futon cover (futonji), fragment
    Attributed to Yumigahama, Tottori Prefecture, western Honshu, Japan
    Cotton; weft ikat
    L: 154 cm (60.6 in), W: 127.4 cm (50.2 in)
    Fowler Museum X2008.6.171; Krauss Collection of Japanese Textiles

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  • X2008.6.196 Futon Cover

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    Futon cover (futonji), fragment
    San-in region, western Honshu, Japan
    Cotton; weft ikat
    Fowler Museum X2008.6.196, Krauss Collection of Japanese Textiles

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  • X2008.6.42 Cloth

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    Cloth
    Japan; nineteenth century
    Cotton; double ikat
    L: 60.3 cm (25 in), W: 33.7 cm (13.2 in)
    Total length and width of kasuri cloth on backing cloth:
    Total length: 114.2 cm (44.96 in), Total width: 33.7 cm (13.2 in)
    Fowler Museum X2008.6.42; Krauss Collection of Japanese Textiles

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  • X2010.17.1 Barron Lacrx (Bawon Lakwa)

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    Roudy Azor (b. 1980, Port-au-Prince, Haiti)
    Barron Lacrx (Bawon Lakwa), after 2000
    Beads, fabric
    Fowler Museum at UCLA, X2010.17.1; Museum Purchase, the Jerome L. Joss Endowment Fund

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  • X2010.17.2 Brijite (Grann Brijit)

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    Roudy Azor (b. 1980, Port-au-Prince, Haiti)
    Brijite (Grann Brijit), after 2000
    Beads, fabric
    Fowler Museum at UCLA, X2010.17.2; Museum Purchase, the Jerome L. Joss Endowment Fund

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