Textile with Two Sisters

Textile with Two Sisters

c. 1952

Plain weave linen, printed

Overall: 91.5 x 125 cm (36 x 49 3/16 in.)

The Harold T. Clark Educational Extension Fund 1953.80

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Fun Fact

The tree motif depicted here with its pronounced roots and stylized branches may represent the Tree of Life, called the “Yggdrasil” in Norse mythology.

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Collection: 
Textiles
Department: 
Textiles
Type of artwork: 
Textile

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