Japanese panel with cranes and iris, Meiji period (1868-1912).  Silk and gold-wrapped thread embroidery (satin, with couching, running and seed stitches on damask ground.  143.6x97.5 cm) Spencer Art Museum, University of Kansas, no. 0000.2422. (See p. 20)
Newsletter No 32 - 32 pp, October 2005 - available as a Pdf file to download
Japanese Textiles in the Horniman Museum - Ann Hecht
Textiles from Easternmost Indonesia - David and Sue Richardson
Power, Pattern and Projection in Japanese Textiles - Marion Maule
Building a Collection: Asian Textiles in the Spencer Museum of Art, University of Kansas - Mary Dusenbury
Obituary - Oliver Impey
Panels with Cranes and Irises: An essay presented in memory of Oliver Impey - Mary Dusenbury
Reports of OATG Meetings
Museums Round-Up
Book reviews - Kuchler, Susanne and Were, Graeme: Pacific Pattern
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