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Gunta Stölzl, 5 Chöre (5 Choirs), 1928 Jacquard wall hanging Cotton, wool, rayon and silk. Gunta Stölzl, an innovative and influential textile designer, began as a student at the Bauhaus in 1919 and was named the only female Bauhaus Master in 1927—by which time she had made the Weaving Workshop the most profitable workshop at the Bauhaus.
Jacquard wall hanging "5 Chöre" (5 Choirs), 1928, by Gunta Stölzl. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gunta_St%C3%B6lzl Museum für Kunst und Kulturgeschichte der Hansestadt, Lübeck #quilting #art #sewing
GUNTA STOLZL serious artist of rugs in 30s 40s 50s wow
Bauhaus Textiles Pt.1: Gunta Stolzl As I have previously mentioned, I have become increasingly intrigued with pattern, print and textile. With textile in particular, the process of integrating a design into the very structure of the fabric is one I’d love to have the opportunity to explore.
Gunta Stölzl - Bauhaus Master; Wall hanging 1925 Silk and wool 102x56 cm Neue Sammlung, Munich
Gunta Stolzl Bauhaus weaving
Gunta Stölzl > Works > Bauhaus Dessau 1925-1931 > Wall Hangings __
Wall hanging - "Slit Tapestry Red/Green"
Cotton, silk, linen
Slit Tapestry Red/Green on Bauhaus Online
1. itonooukan 2.Gunta Stölzl (5 March 1897 – 22 April 1983) was...
Love this modern quilt. It is the black and white areas that set it apart
Bauhaus One of my favorite rugs. Stölzl Plate 106. Design Within Reach.
Gunta Stolzl Bauhaus textiles
Gunta Stölzl - Bauhaus school weaving
Gunta Stölzl - Bauhaus Master - This needs to be a quilt in my house
probably priceless: GUNTA STOLZL, FIVE CHOIRS, 1928. JACQUERED WEAVE IN COTTON, WOOL, RAYON AND SILK. DIE MUSEEN FUR KUNST UND KULTURSGESCHICHTE DER HANSESTADT LUBECK.
Textiles Of the Bauhaus .Gunta Stolzl Collage (1924). Note: Designs for weavings were often executed in mixed media.