Title: Manhattan   Object type: Cloth Place of origin: New York, USA Date: 1930 Artists/makers Ruth Reeves (1892-1966) W and J Sloane Material: Cotton Techniques: Screen Printing Dimensionsh: 1040 w:900 mm Accession Lot: Manchester College of Art and Design (permanent loan, 1966) Accession number: T.1991.36
  Title: Green Pastures Object type: Cloth Place of origin: New York, USA Date:1930 Artists/makers: Ruth Reeves (1892-1966) W and J Sloane Material: Cotton Techniques: Screen Printing Dimensionsh: 2570 w:1230 mm Accession Lot: Manchester College of Art and Design (permanent loan, 1966) Accession number: T.1991.48
  Title: Kitchen (aka Dinette)  Object type: Cloth Place of origin: New York, USA Date: 1930 Artists/makers: Ruth Reeves (1892-1966) W and J Sloane Material: Cotton Techniques: Screen Printing Dimensionsh: 1160 w:890 mm Accession Lot: Manchester College of Art and Design (permanent loan, 1966) Accession number: T.1991.50
  Title: Essex Hunt (aka Aiken Drag) Object type: Cloth Place of origin: New York, USA Date: 1930 Artists/makers: Ruth Reeves (1892-1966) W and J Sloane Material: Cotton Techniques: Screen Printing Dimensionsh: 1040 w:970 mm Accession Lot: Manchester College of Art and Design (permanent loan, 1966) Accession number: T.1991.24
  Title: Florae Americanae Object type: Cloth Place of origin: New York, USA Date: 1930 Artists/makers: Ruth Reeves (1892-1966) W and J Sloane Material: Cotton Techniques: Screen Printing Dimensionsh: 1160 w:890 mm Accession Lot: Manchester College of Art and Design (permanent loan, 1966) Accession number: T.1991.49
  Title: Figures with still life  Object type: Hanging Place of origin: New York, USA Date: 1930 Artists/makers: Ruth Reeves (1892-1966) W and J Sloane Material: Cotton Muslin Techniques: Screen Printing Dimensions: h:2565 w:1165 mm Accession Lot: Manchester College of Art and Design (permanent loan, 1966) Accession number: T.2000.201
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  “Homage to Emily Dickinson”
  Play Boy Object: Furnishing fabric Place of origin: New York (made) Date: 1930 (made) Artist/Maker: Reeves, Ruth, born 1892 - died 1967 (designer) W. & J. Sloane (retailer) Materials and Techniques: Printed cotton and monk's cloth Credit Line: Given by the retailers Museum number: CIRC.276-1932 (V&A)
  Dress Designer: (textile) Ruth Reeves (American, Redlands, California 1892–1966 New Delhi, India)  Department Store: designed for W. & J. Sloane (American, 1843–1985) Date: ca. 1930  Culture: American Medium: linen, Bakelite Credit Line:Purchase, Gould Family Foundation, in Memory of Jo Copeland, 2018 Accession Number: 2018.149 (The MET)
  Designer: Ruth Reeves, American, 1892–1966 Retailer: W. & J. Sloane, American, 1843–1985 Coverlet, “Electric” Pattern 1930 Cotton 74 1/8 x 41 1/8 in. (188.3 x 104.46 cm) John P. Axelrod Collection, B.A. 1968 1995.49.1 (Yale University Art Gallery)
  Maker: Ruth Reeves, American, 1892–1966 Retailer: W. & J. Sloane, American, 1843–1985 “Electric” Sample 1930 Block-printed linen 21 3/4 x 34 1/2 in. (55.2 x 87.6 cm) Gift of Wilma B. Keyes 1984.81 (Yale University Art Gallery)
  Polychrome Object: Furnishing fabric Place of origin: New York (made) Date:1930-1931 (designed) Artist/Maker: Reeves, Ruth, born 1892 - died 1967 (designer) W. & J. Sloane (designed for) Materials and Techniques: Printed cotton crêpe Credit Line: Given by the retailers Museum number: CIRC.259-1932 (V&A)
  Designer: Ruth Reeves, American, 1892–1966 Retailer: W. & J. Sloane, American, 1843–1985 Length of Fabric, “Abstract” Pattern 1930 Linen 78 11/16 x 42 3/8 in. (199.9 x 107.6 cm) Pattern repeat: 41 in. (104.14 cm) John P. Axelrod Collection, B.A. 1968 1995.49.5 (Yale University Art Gallery)
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