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Gunta Stolzl Design for a wall hanging Signed on mount: "G.Stölzl Doppelgewebe (double-weave) Weimar Bauhaus Weimar cm Misawa Homes' Bauhaus Collection, Tokyo

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Detail of cartoon for jacquard wall hanging Chöre’ by German Bauhaus textile designer Gunta Stölzl. via baisers volés

gunta stolzl weaving | Gunta Stolzl. Textile design 27.5x13.7 cm Bauhaus-Archiv, Berlin

Gunta Stölzl was an extraordinary textile designer. She led the Weaving Workshop at the Bauhaus from

sample for curtains, 1928-30

Sample Made for the firm 'Polytex' which carried out upholstery and drapery fabrics under contract with (since and according to patterns made at the Bauhaus weaving workshop. Various samples in different colors.

Germany (made)    Date:  1967 (made)   1926 (designed)    Artist/Maker:  Stölzl, Gunta (weaver)   Albers, Anni (designer)    Materials and Techniques:  Woven silk and rayon  Anni Albers studied weaving because it was the only course open to women at the Weimar Bauhaus, an institution founded by Walter Gropius (1883-1969) to train architects, artists and industrial designers. Its aim was to unite architecture and the fine and applied arts. Anni Albers often looked to her colleague Gunta…


As a woman, Anni Albers was banned from studying architecture and relegated to the weaving school at the Bauhaus; Josef and Anni Albers Foundation

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In Ruth Hollos began studying at the Bauhaus Weaving workshop. Within two years of leaving the Bauhaus, Hollos became Director of a hand-weaving studio in Konigsberg in East Prussia. Hollos was mainly known for her woven wall-hangings.