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Textile, Rhythm, 1972

This is a textile. It was designed by Elenhank and made by Elenhank. It is dated 1972 and we acquired it in 1985. Its medium is linen and its technique is screen printed on plain weave. It is a part of the Textiles department.

This object was donated by Eleanor Kluck and Henry C. Kluck. It is credited Gift of Henry C. and Eleanor Kluck.

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Its dimensions are

H x W (a): 250.8 x 139.1 cm (8 ft. 2 3/4 in. x 54 3/4 in.) H x W (b): 258.1 x 137.2 cm (8 ft. 5 5/8 in. x 54 in.)

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Textile, Rhythm, 1972; Designed by Elenhank ; USA; linen; H x W (a): 250.8 x 139.1 cm (8 ft. 2 3/4 in. x 54 3/4 in.) H x W (b): 258.1 x 137.2 cm (8 ft. 5 5/8 in. x 54 in.); Gift of Henry C. and Eleanor Kluck; 1985-84-14-a,b

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