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Slipcover

Description

The fabric is printed red on white with many figural vignettes showing Don Quioxote, dancing girls, wild boars, fountains, fences and trees, and is formed to fit a square backed arm chair with a ruffle about the entire skirt. It is machine sewn, but homemade.

Details

Maker
John M. Chandler & Co. (Maker)
Location of origin
Boston, MA, USA
Material
copper (metal)
cotton (textile)
plate (material)
printing (process)
Object type
Household Accessory
Places
Massachusetts (United States)
Descriptive terms
Allegory
allegory (artistic device)
copper (metal)
Copper Plate
Cotton
cotton (textile)
figure- and animal-derived motifs
Literature
Man
men (male humans)
plate (material)
printing (process)
scenes (depictions)
Scenic
SLIPCOVER
slipcovers (furniture coverings)
Transfer Printed
People and organizations
Quixote, Don
Dimensions
59 x 27 (HxW) (inches)
Accession Number
1983.166.1
GUSN
50398

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