(Denison University Art Museum)Zia Ul-Haq, President of Pakistan During Afghan - Soviet War
Gallery13 - 0000-00-00
Denison Museum, - 2008-02-15
|ID# 1400||Date: Early 1990s|| - ||Size 20 x 22 inches
(51 X56 cm)
13 h X 14
|Origin: Pakistan||Style:Political Portraits||Tribe: Turkman|
|A political portrait featuring Zia Ul Hak, President of Pakistan during Afghan/Soviet War. He wears a black tunic and sits on a light blue field. A border of red, cream, blue, and emerald green flowers snake around the outside of the rug. White text is written on the bottom of the rug.
Small stain on right side of field.
|Wool: Soft, dry ||Sheen: Good, velvety || Handle: Slightly stiff ||Selvedge: 3 cords cream color|
|Fringe: Minimum kilim, hand knots, 1 inches fringe ||Pile: 5 millimeters||Warp: White cotton||Weft: 1 cord white|
|Warp Depression:Full warp depression|