Image: Balinese Textile E44791

Balinese Textile E44791

This hand spun, hand-woven, cotton, cloth comes from Nusa Penida Island, east Bali, Indonesia. It is a good example of weft Ikat design, including longitudinal stripes woven into it, made in the 1930s, acquired from Theo Meier in 1938. Size c. 140x80 cm

Photographer:
Stan Florek
Rights:
© Australian Museum

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