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Works of Art (14)

Chintz appliquéd quilt, ca. 1835, Made by Mary Malvina Cook Taft (American), Possibly Maryland, Virginia, or South Carolina, Cotton (1970.288)
Coat, ca. 1919, Paul Poiret (French), Black silk and wool blend with white leather appliqués and white fur trim (C.I.61.40.4)
Coat, early 1990s, Yohji Yamamoto (Japanese), Black felted wool with gold metallic handpainted surface decoration and brass plate appliqué (2003.573.2)
Dress, ca. 1940, Elsa Schiaparelli (Italian), Blue plain weave cotton (2009.300.146)
Ensemble, 1913, Paul Poiret (French), Ivory silk damask, ivory silk net, and ivory China silk with rhinestone trim; ivory silk net with green and black silk gauze, applied tape and rhinestone trim; green and black silk gauze headdress with strands of rhinestones; ivory silk damask shoes (2005.193a–g)
Ensemble, 1967, Emanuel Ungaro (French), White elasticized net with allover appliqués of white braid trefoils (1970.89.1a-c)
Evening ensemble, fall 1952, Emilio Schuberth (Italian), Purple, pink, and black striped silk satin with black cotton lace appliqué (C.I.55.76.12a–d)
Evening gown, 1939, Madeleine Vionnet (French), Pale pink lamé and black silk lace appliquéd with black silk velvet (C.I.52.24.2a,b)
Fancy dress costume, 1911, Paul Poiret (French), Seafoam green silk gauze, silver lamé, blue foil and blue and silver coiled cellophane cord appliqué, and blue, silver, coral, pink, and turquoise cellulose beading (1983.8a,b)
Five Appliqués in the Shape of a Cross, ca. 600, Langobardic; From Castel Trosino, central Italy, Gold (95.15.79.–83)
Phebe Warner coverlet, ca. 1803, Sarah Furman Warner Williams (American), New York City, Linen, cotton, silk (38.59)
Presentation quilt, ca. 1849, Baltimore, Maryland, Cotton and silk velvet (1974.24)
Shirt, 1976, Vivienne Westwood (British); Malcolm McLaren (British), Striped brown and white cotton with stenciled and painted slogans, and appliquéd patches (1985.375.6)
Textile fragment with Mamluk emblem, Mamluk period (1250–1517), late 15th–early 16th century, Egypt, Wool, appliqued and embroidered (1972.120.3)