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Britain's Mid-Century Female Designers

Jacqueline Groag

printed cotton dress fabric by Jacqueline Groag, about 1956. Part of the "Spun: Adventures in Textiles" exhibition at the Denver Art Museum.

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Jacqueline Groag - Textile and Pattern Design

Jacqueline Groag design of columns and urns

Jacqueline Groag, Traffic Lights, c. 1952 On display at Fashion an Textile Museum (photo: Ruth Clifford) http://travelsintextiles.com/pre-and-post-war-radical-british-textiles/#

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Britain's Mid-Century Female Designers

Untitled (Pebbles), 1952. Jacqueline Groag.

mobiles grey by marian mahler. designing women post-war british textiles: exhibition at fashion and textile museum, london.

lucienne day was a british designer inspired by abstract art. She pioneered the use of bright, optimistic, abstract patterns in post war england.