Kimono Couture:
The Beauty of Chiso

Exhibition To Be Rescheduled
Worcester Art Museum

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Chiso Co., Ltd, Uchikake with Palace Garden Design, Made for Iida Taka, the thirteenth, Madame Nishimura, 1913, Yūzen-dyeing and embroidery on woven silk

Chiso Co., Ltd, Uchikake with Palace Garden Design, Made for Iida Taka, the thirteenth, Madame Nishimura, 1913, Yūzen-dyeing and embroidery on woven silk

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Chiso Co., Ltd, Furisode with Wave and Crane Design, Made for Nishimura Tokuko, the fourteenth Madame Nishimura, 1938, <i>Yūzen</i>-dyeing and embroidery on woven silk

Chiso Co., Ltd, Furisode with Wave and Crane Design, Made for Nishimura Tokuko, the fourteenth Madame Nishimura, 1938, Yūzen-dyeing and embroidery on woven silk

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Chiso Co., Ltd, Furisode with Mist and Fan Design, Made for Kawakami Masako, the fifteenth Madame Nishimura, 1971, Embroidery and gold leaf on woven silk

Chiso Co., Ltd, Furisode with Mist and Fan Design, Made for Kawakami Masako, the fifteenth Madame Nishimura, 1971, Embroidery and gold leaf on woven silk

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Artist unknown, Kosode with Overturned Flask Design, Mid to late 17th century, Edo period, 1603–1868, tie-dyeing and ink on white figured satin

Artist unknown, Kosode with Overturned Flask Design, Mid to late 17th century, Edo period, 1603–1868, Kanoko shibori tie-dyeing and ink on white figured satin

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Artist unknown, Katabira with Chinese Fan and Flower Bouquet Design, Late 18th to early 19th century, Edo period, 1603–1868, Embroidery and stencil imitation tie-dyeing (kata-kanoko) on white ramie

Artist unknown, Katabira with Chinese Fan and Flower Bouquet Design, Late 18th to early 19th century, Edo period, 1603–1868, Embroidery and stencil imitation tie-dyeing (kata-kanoko) on white ramie

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Artist unknown, Kosode with Koto and Cloud Design and Edge Pattern, Late 19th century, Meiji period, 1868–1912, Yūzen-dyeing and embroidery on purple silk crepe (chirimen)

Artist unknown, Kosode with Koto and Cloud Design and Edge Pattern, Late 19th century, Meiji period, 1868–1912, Yūzen-dyeing and embroidery on purple silk crepe (chirimen)

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Kishi Chikudō, 1826–97, Yūzen dyer, Murakami Kahei, and embroiderer, Kobayashi Kyūjirō, Apprentice Maiko and Cherry Tree, 1890, One of a pair of hanging scrolls; yūzen-dyeing, embroidery, stencil imitation tie-dyeing (kata-kanoko), ink and color on silk

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Kishi Chikudō, 1826–97, Yūzen dyer, Murakami Kahei, and embroiderer, Kobayashi Kyūjirō, Skull in the Moonlight, 1890, One of a pair of hanging scrolls; yūzen-dyeing, embroidery, ink and color on silk

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