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Nakayama Tadashi
Kocho (A) Butterflies
1993
Gift of Sheila and Ronnie Cresswell
2011/2.53
A melon-shaped stoneware box with a lid, the shape slightly faceted on the sides and the lid concave to a disk-shape center. The box is decorated with freehand floral and geometric designs in blue cobalt pigment, and then a whitish glaze was applied to the whole.
Kiln Unknown, Vietnam
Blue-and-white covered box with floral and geometric designs
16th century
Museum purchase made possible by the Margaret Watson Parker Art Collection Fund
1993/2.23.1-2

Nakayama Tadashi
Kocho (B) Butterflies
1993
Gift of Sheila and Ronnie Cresswell
2011/2.49

Etienne de Lavallée-Poussin
Arabesque Corner Motif
1780
Museum Purchase
1963/2.25

Italian
Cisele Velvet
1650 – 1699
The Paul Leroy Grigaut Memorial Collection
1972/2.288

Nakayama Tadashi
Road of the Butterflies - Spring
1991
Gift of Sheila and Ronnie Cresswell
2011/2.50

Nakayama Tadashi
Girl in Green Wind (large)
1956
Gift of Sheila and Ronnie Cresswell
2011/2.52
This piece of brick red cloth is covered with geometric patterns in tones of red, greenish yellow, white and orange. Along the top and bottom edges (if the piece were vertical) are border grids made up of 6 squares with triangular patterns of thread inside them. The main body of the phulkari is a 6 by 9 square grid, each box housing a stylized floral pattern made from embroidery.
Indian (Indian (South Asian))
Phulkari shawl with stylized floral patterns
1900 – 1949
Anonymous gift in honor of Karuna and Brijen Goswamy
2005/2.10
Flat woven bamboo basket with geometric pattern in red and black
Chinese (Chinese (culture or style))
Flat Basket with swastika motif, from Taiwan
20th century
Gift of Ellen and Richard Laing
2006/2.36
This ovoid tureen stands on four curved, leaf-like feet that sprout upward and join together to form a pair of handles at either end of the vessel. The body of the tureen, composed of gentle undulating curves, is decorated with bright red and yellow flowers and leaves painted with overglaze enamel. A scallion, modeled in relief, rests bundled together with sprigs of parsley on top of the lid, introducing a playful trompe-l'oeil element. An onion forms the knob on the top of the lid.
French (French (culture or style))
Tureen with floral patterns and glass knob
1745 – 1755
The Paul Leroy Grigaut Memorial Collection
1969/2.41

Silk Taffeta
1690 – 1720
The Paul Leroy Grigaut Memorial Collection
1972/2.243
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