Early Indonesian Textiles from Three Island Cultures: Sumba, Toraja, Lampung
Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1989 - History - 111 pages
Shows examples of Indonesian textiles, discusses their cultural significance and looks at patterns and techniques
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