Tent HangingArtist(s)TuaregObject Creation Datecirca 1920Medium & Supportwoven wool, camel hair and cottonDimensions
179 in x 58 3/4 in (454.7 cm x 149.2 cm)Credit LineGift of Denise Miner StanfordLabel copy
The Tuareg are traditionally nomadic and use these cloths to cover and decorate tent interiors. The typical cloth is composed of several narrow strips of cloth sewn selvedge to selvedge.Primary Object Classification Textile Primary Object TypetapestryCollection AreaAfricanRights
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tents (portable buildings)
wool (hair material)