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Length of furnishing fabric

about 1930
Possibly manufactured by Du Pont Rayon Company (Founded 1924), Design attributed to Thomas Babbit Lamb, 1896-1988

Object Place: United States


Overall: 274.3 x 88.9 cm (108 x 35 in.)

Accession Number


Medium or Technique

Printed linen plain weave

Not On View


Americas, Textiles and Fashion Arts



Undyed linen printed with black silhouette pattern of scrolling arabesques entwined with figures of mythological goddess Diana with dogs hunting deer, in the style of contemporary Art Deco designers William Hunt Diederich, Paul Manship, and Edgar Brandt.


Purchased from a private dealer in Maryland by Giles Kotcher; Purchased by the MFA, June 25, 2003

Credit Line

Museum purchase with funds donated by the Textile and Costume Society, Museum of Fine Arts Boston