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Title: Hanging depicting a European conflict in South India
Date: before 1763
Culture: Indian, Coromandel Coast, for British market
Medium: Cotton, plain weave (drawn and painted, mordant and resist dyed)
Dimensions: Overall: 116 3/4 × 103 in. (296.5 × 261.6 cm)
Classification: Textiles-Painted and Dyed
Credit Line: Purchase, Harris Brisbane Dick Fund and Louis V. Bell Fund; Larry and Ann Burns and Brett and Sara Burns Gifts, in honor of Austin B. Chinn; and Austin B. Chinn and Joseph Conforti and Douglas Jakubowski Gifts, 2014
Accession Number: 2014.88
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