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Silk and gold-leaf-over-lacquer-paper strips, complex gauze weave with supplementary brocading wefts and self-patterned by areas of 1:2 'Z' twill interlacing; lined with silk, plain weave; dyed with beni, safflower
110 × 199.5 cm (43 1/4 × 78 1/2 in.)
Purchased with funds provided by the Orientals; Nickerson Fund
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Gunsaulus, Helen C. Japanese Textiles. New York: The Japan Society, 1941. Pages 69-72.
Hays, Mary V. and Ralph E. Hays. “No Drama Costumes and Other Japanese Costumes in The Art Institute of Chicago.” Museum Studies 18, 1 (1992). catalogue no. 11, pg. 38.
Nagasaki, Iwao. Japanese Textile in American Collections. Tokyo: Shogakukan, Inc., 1995. catalogue no. 148 pg. 151.
The Art Institute of Chicago, Regenstein Hall, Five Centuries of Japanese Kimono: On this Sleeve of Fondest Dream, March 7–June 7, 1992
The Art Institute of Chicago, Gallery 108, Asian Art Department, October 23, 2014- January 23, 2015
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