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shirt panel (mola)

about 1950s


On display in H210

Artwork Details

Creation Date
about 1950s
appliqued cotton
Object Types

15 x 19 in.

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The Paul and Irene Hollister Collection of Guna (formerly Kuna or Cuna) molas

No Known Rights Holder

Textile and Fashion Arts

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Kuna Indians, San Blas Islands, Panama; purchased in 1960-1970 by Paul and Irene Hollister, Hanover, New Hampshire; given to the Indianapolis Museum of Art in 2008.

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