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Temple cloth with block printed image of a procession; characters alternate between a man holding a staff and a man on horseback. Both figures are holding swords in one hand and wearing elaborate robes and headpieces. The standing man is facing the right side of the cloth, the man on horseback is facing the left. Columns of shell-like motifs in background of scene, extending from top edge. Fan-like design along left side of image, striped oval-like shapes on right. Wide border, with chevrons throughout, along outer edges of cloth.

Specific Techniques

Black mordant is used.


Collected by the donor in 1984 or 1988.

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