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Textile in Cotton from South and Southeast Asia

Textile, Cotton, South and Southeast Asia

Works of Art (14)

Carpet, Mughal period (1526–1858), ca. 1650, India or present-day Pakistan, Kashmir or Lahore, Cotton (warp and weft), wool (pile), asymmetrically knotted pile (1970.321)
Ceremonial Banner (Palepai Maju), probably 18th century, South central Lampung region, Sumatra, Indonesia, Rattan, ceramic and glass beads, cloth, nassa shells (1990.335.28)
Ceremonial textile (sarita), 19th–early 20th century, Indonesia (Sulawesi Island), Toraja people, Cotton (2009.501.6)
Ceremonial Textile (Tampan), 19th century, Piya, Wai Ratai, Lampung Bay, Lampung region, Sumatra, Indonesia, Cotton (1990.335.22)
Cover for a ceremonial gift (rumal), ca. 1640–50, India, Deccan, Golconda, Cotton, stenciled, painted, and dyed (28.159.1)
Kalamkari hanging with figures in an architectural setting, Qutb Shahi period (1496–1687), ca. 1640–50, India, Deccan, Cotton, plain weave, mordant painted and dyed, resist dyed (20.79)
Kanduri, ca. 1900, India, Cotton (1986.53)
Man's robe (jama), 17th century, India, Deccan, Burhanpur or Hyderabad, Cotton, painted, with applied gold leaf (31.135)
Painted Cloth (Pichwai) Depicting the Celebration of the Festival of Cows, late 18th–early 19th century, India, Deccan, Painted and printed gold and silver leaf, opaque watercolor on indigo-dyed cotton (2003.177)
Talismanic shirt, 15th or early 16th century, India (north India or the Deccan), Ink, gold, and colors on stiffened cotton (1998.199)
Tent lining, 1700–1740, Burhanpur, Deccan, India, Cotton, stenciled, mordant-dyed, and painted (2005.251)
Textile Fragment: Scenes from the Ramayana, 15th century, Nepal, Embroidery in silk on polished cotton (1995.331)
Wall hanging, ca. 1750, India, Cotton (1982.66)
Woman's ceremonial skirt (kain kebat), early 20th century, Indonesia (Upper Kapuas River, West Kalimantan, Borneo); Kantu' people, Cotton (2006.349)

Thematic Essays (1)