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AIDMIA_.95.14a-bb}~
OTYDecorative Arts and Utilitarian Objects}~
CLG}~
CLTembroidery}~
CLSAAT}~
CLG}~
CLTboxes (containers)}~
CLSAAT}~
OTG}~
OTNEmbroidered Box}~
OPP1}~
METH.11-3/4 x W.11 x D.8 in. (overall)}~
MEG}~
MCMoverall}~
MEDheight}~
MDV11.75}~
MDUinches}~
MEG}~
MCMoverall}~
MEDwidth}~
MDV11}~
MDUinches}~
MEG}~
MCMoverall}~
MEDdepth}~
MDV8}~
MDUinches}~
OMG}~
OMDsilk, metallic threads on white satin, decorated with seed pearls, wood, metal}~
OMTembroidering}~
OMMsilk}~
OMMmetallic thread}~
OMMseed pearls}~
OMMmetal}~
OMSwood}~
OMSsatin}~
OINSignature, Date}~
CRG}~
CRTUnknown}~
CRNUnknown}~
CRCBritish}~
CRRartist}~
OCG}~
OCT1662}~
OCS1662}~
OCE1662}~
SUG}~
SUIThis box tells the Old Testament story of Queen Esther.}~
SUTOld Testament}~
SUTQueen Esther}~
CXG}~
CXD<P>Needlework has always been an important art for of England. In the 17th century, a unique style of raised work embroidery was developed and in its most elaborate form was used to pictorially embellish decorative boxes used to store one's personal treasures. This piece, one of the finest of its kind, tells the Old Testament story of Queen Esther, whose intelligence and diplomacy saved her people from persecution.</P>}~
OOG}~
OONThe Minneapolis Institute of Arts}~
OOPMinneapolis, Minnesota, USA}~
OOA95.14a-bb}~
OOCThe John R. Van Derlip Fund and gifts in honor of Mary Ann Butterfield, textile conservator at The Minneapolis Institute of Arts, on the occasion of her retirement}~
ORG}~
ORSPermission for educational use only granted by The Minneapolis Institute of Arts}~
ORLhttp://www.artsmia.org/restrictions.html}~
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RIDFull view}~
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RIDThree-quarter view}~
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RILMIA_.2934c.tif}~
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RIDLeft side}~
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RIG}~
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RIDRight side}~
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RILMIA_.2938c.tif}~
RIG}~
RIPN}~
RIDFront}~
RIRHasFormat}~
RILMIA_.2940c.tif}~
RIG}~
RIPN}~
RIDBack}~
RIRHasFormat}~
RILMIA_.2942c.tif}~
RIG}~
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RIG}~
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RILMIA_.2946c.tif}~
RIG}~
RIPN}~
RIDFront}~
RIRHasFormat}~
RILMIA_.2948c.tif}~
RIG}~
RIPN}~
RIDDetail of open box}~
RIRHasFormat}~
RILMIA_.2950c.tif}~
RIG}~
RIPN}~
RIDDetail of open box}~
RIRHasFormat}~
RILMIA_.2952c.tif}~
RIG}~
RIPN}~
RIDDetail of open box}~
RIRHasFormat}~
RILMIA_.2954c.tif}~
RIG}~
RIPN}~
RIDDetail of open box}~
RIRHasFormat}~
RILMIA_.2956c.tif}~
RMG}~
RMDMuseum Director and CEO, Evan Maurer, leads visitors through a personal tour of some of the most popular works in the collection.}~
RMRReferences}~
RMLMIA_.9514.ram}~
RMG}~
RMDTextile artist Kaffe Fassett disscusses the inspiration of the Embroidered Box in a excerpt from the Interactive Gallery Program <i>Material Witnesses</i>}~
RMRReferences}~
RMLMIA_.Kaffe.ram}~
DCG}~
DCBSoth: MIA Photo/Scanning Services}~
DCD3/26/98}~
AVD20000606}~
AVV1.2}~
ALY1998}~
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