The cloth is rectangular with geometric designs in shades of blue and white. Some designs resemble birds. Cloth is woven fabric.
Cloth made from the resist-paste technique. This technique allows artists to paint a starchy substance onto the cloth and signs are either painted or stenciled onto the cloth. Recorded on original aquistition that designs were made from Batik dye.
*Recorded as missing before collection moved to JPPM in April 2000
|Dimensions||W-37.5 L-58 inches|
|Collection||African Art Collection|
Africa--Social life and customs.