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[[File:93.1452_Tjap-print_overall.jpg|thumb|Batik sarong<br>MFA# 93.1452]]
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[[File:MFA931452 batik.jpg|thumb|Batik sarong overall<br>MFA# 93.1452]]
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== Description ==
 
[[File:MFA21543 Batik.jpg|thumb| Wax-resist batik<br>MFA# 21.543]]
 
[[File:MFA21543 Batik.jpg|thumb| Wax-resist batik<br>MFA# 21.543]]
== Description ==
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[[File:MFA31913 Batik.jpg|thumb|Wax-resist batik<br>MFA# 31.913]]
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[[File:MFA45245 batik.jpg|thumb|Batik applicator tools<br>MFA# 45.245]]
  
A wax-resist-dyed textile. The batik technique for dyeing textiles originated in southeast Asia.  It is still commonly found in Indonesia (especially Java), Malaysia, India, Sri Lanka, and Thailand. The pattern is applied to the cloth with melted wax, the the fabric is dipped in dye.  Sometimes a series of wax/dye steps are used.  The wax is removed with a solvent or ironed between paper towels.
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A wax [[Resist-dyed textile|resist-dyed]] textile. The batik technique for dyeing textiles originated in southeast Asia.  It is still commonly found in Indonesia (especially Java), Malaysia, India, Sri Lanka, and Thailand. The pattern is applied to the cloth with melted [[wax]], the the fabric is dipped in [[dye]].  Sometimes a series of wax/dye steps are used.  The wax is removed with a solvent or ironed between paper towels.
  
 
== Synonyms and Related Terms ==
 
== Synonyms and Related Terms ==
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File:Batik_App.1986_final.jpg|Closer view of above Batik sample
 
File:Batik_App.1986_final.jpg|Closer view of above Batik sample
 
File:11.1296_vein.resist-print.jpg|Expanded view<br>MFA 11.1296
 
File:11.1296_vein.resist-print.jpg|Expanded view<br>MFA 11.1296
File:21.538_batik_wax.resist_det.jpg|expanded view<br>MFA# 21.538
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File:21.538_batik_wax.resist_det.jpg|Expanded view<br>MFA# 21.538
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File:Batik black and white MFA931452.jpg|Black and white pattern<br>MFA# 93.1452
 
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Latest revision as of 10:06, 23 October 2020

Batik sarong overall
MFA# 93.1452

Description

Wax-resist batik
MFA# 21.543
Wax-resist batik
MFA# 31.913
Batik applicator tools
MFA# 45.245

A wax resist-dyed textile. The batik technique for dyeing textiles originated in southeast Asia. It is still commonly found in Indonesia (especially Java), Malaysia, India, Sri Lanka, and Thailand. The pattern is applied to the cloth with melted Wax, the the fabric is dipped in Dye. Sometimes a series of wax/dye steps are used. The wax is removed with a solvent or ironed between paper towels.

Synonyms and Related Terms

batique; resist-dyed textile; Batik (Deut., Fr., Port., Sven.); batikken (Ned.);

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