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  • Flin Diena

    (via Patterns / Gunta Stölzel: Slit Tapestry Red/Green, 1927/28)

  • Alessandro Deva Barbieri

    Gunta Stolzl Bauhaus textiles

  • Katalin András

    History of textile art: Gunta Stölzl (1897-1983) - Textile Artist

  • Susan H.

    Gunta Stölzl - Slit Tapestry Red Green, Bauhaus, 1927-28

  • Thea McLennan

    Excerpt from "Die Entwicklung der Bauhaus Weberei" - The Development of the Bauhaus Weaving Workshop - article written by Gunta Stölzl in the journal bauhaus, July 1931: "The transfer to Dessau brought the weaving workshop new and healthier conditions. We were able to acquire the most varied loom systems (shaft machine, Jacquard loom, carpet-knotting frame) and in addition, our own dyeing facilities. From now on, there begins a clear and final distinction between two areas of education that initially were fused with each other: The 'development of functional textiles' for use in interiors (prototypes for industry) and 'speculative experimentation' with materials, form and color in tapestries and carpets."

  • Anne-Marijn

    Fabric Design by Gunta Stölzl

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Gerda Stolz Jacquard wall hanging "Damast" 1930 130x73.5 cm Victoria & Albert Museum, London

From MOMA and they do not accredit it. Weird. Does anyone know who made this? It is simply under the header of Bauhaus.

German textile artist Gunta Stölzl helped develop the Bauhaus' weaving workshops and was their first female Master.

Gunta Stolzl - This is just riveting. Beautiful. Born in Munich in 1897, Stölzl studied painting, ceramics and art history at the Kunstgewerbeschule (School of Arts & Crafts) in Munich from 1913-16. After serving as a Red Cross nurse from 1917-18 during World War I, Stölzl became aware of the Bauhaus, which was founded by Walter Gropius in Weimar in 1919. Like many of the female students, Stölzl was an accomplished visual artist attracted to the Bauhaus by the presence of the painters.

gunta stolzl, geometrisch II, 1979 Interesting use of stripes. Again much to study.

Gunta Stölzl Study for wall hanging “Slit Tapestry Red/Green”, 1927 Bauhaus Dessau 1925-1931