Exhibition Gallery
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Blanket: Wrapped in My Parents' Love, by Linda Behar, 2000, Wool and cotton.
Creation of the World, Petit Point 2, 1984, by Judy Chicago, from The Birth Project. Drawing on silk mesh, border design, and color specifications by Judy Chicago. petit point in silk by Jean Berens. On loan from the Albuquerque Museum, Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Dress by unidentified artist, ca. 1880. Worn by Mrs. Albert P. Goodhue of Salem, Mass. Wool, silk, linen, and cotton.
Embroidered cabinet, attributed to the daughters of
Gov. John Leverett, ca. 1655–1685, New England or England. Silk, linen, metallic thread, wood, gilding, gesso, and brass.
Chair with needlework upholstery, ca. 1859, by Henrietta Augusta (Saunders) Coolidge. New England, probably Boston. Wool, canvas, and mahogany.
Waistcoat front, by inidentified artist, probably French. late eighteenth century, Silk and linen.
Table cover and table, ca. 1840, by Mary Berry True and Joseph True, Salem, Mass. Wool, cotton, and mahogany.
Cymbeline, ca. 1807, by Mehitable Neal, Dorchester, Mass.Silk, paint, glass and gilt wood.