Women of Bauhaus

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Bauhaus in Germany means “house of construction” but it could be a movement that happened in an Art School of Germany. Bauhaus was famous of their new approached in design and fine arts… Bauhaus Textiles, Motifs Textiles, Weaving Textiles, Tapestry Weaving, Textile Patterns, Print Patterns, Floral Patterns, Bauhaus Design, Quilt Modernen

Women of The Bauhaus and their textiles

Bauhaus in Germany means "house of construction" but it could be a movement that happened in an Art School of Germany. Bauhaus was famous of their new approached in design and fine arts. And these are the women of Bauhaus who made their own textiles, Dont you think these are lovely?

Bauhaus in Germany means “house of construction” but it could be a movement that happened in an Art School of Germany. Bauhaus was famous of their new approached in design and fine arts… Bauhaus Textiles, Motifs Textiles, Weaving Textiles, Tapestry Weaving, Textile Patterns, Textile Design, Floral Patterns, Textile Fiber Art, Textile Artists

Women of The Bauhaus and their textiles

Bauhaus in Germany means "house of construction" but it could be a movement that happened in an Art School of Germany. Bauhaus was famous of their new approached in design and fine arts. And these are the women of Bauhaus who made their own textiles, Dont you think these are lovely?

Gunta Stölzl – was a German textile artist who played a fundamental role in the development of the Bauhaus school’s weaving workshop. As the Bauhaus’s only female master she created enormous change within the weaving department as it transitio… Bauhaus Textiles, Bauhaus Art, Bauhaus Design, Textile Patterns, Print Patterns, Fabric Design, Pattern Design, Design Design, Scrappy Quilts

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sicita: “Gunta Stölzl Wall hanging Bauhaus Weimar, 1923 Flatweave with Gobelin technique Cotton, rayon and wool 260 x 90 cm ” Anni Albers, Josef Albers, Weaving Textiles, Tapestry Weaving, Bauhaus Textiles, Bauhaus Design, Bauhaus Style, Weaving Process, Ecole Art

Wall Hangings and Carpets - Gunta Stölzl

Gunta Stölzl - excerpt from The Development of the Bauhaus Weaving Workshop, 1931, discussing the Weimar years. Weaving is an old craft which has evolved principles upon which even the mechnical loom must still build today. A high degree of handcraft, dexterity, skill and understanding must be acquired, and these are not, as in the case of tapestry, to be nourished by imaginative power or artistic feeling. The coming of grips with the flat loom, as its natural result, the limitation of…

Lena Meyer-Bergner, design no. “Diagonal”, for a knotted carpet, Geneve, Switzerland. Via Antiquariat Schneider. Kandinsky, Schmidt, Psychedelic Quotes, Illustrator, Herbert Bayer, Mohawk Carpet, Koloman Moser, Moholy Nagy, Lighting Logo

Design is fine. History is mine.

Lena Meyer-Bergner, design no. 4/39 “Diagonal”, for a knotted carpet, 1938. Geneve, Switzerland. Via Antiquariat Schneider.

Léna Bergner, Carpet Design, ca. 1925 – 1932 Gouache and graphite on paper. The Getty Research Institute, © Heirs of Léna Bergner Getty Center Los Angeles, Joseph Albers, Ranch, Laszlo Moholy Nagy, Wall Text, Publication Design, True Art, Wassily Kandinsky, Art

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Léna Bergner, Carpet Design, ca. 1925 – 1932 Gouache and graphite on paper. The Getty Research Institute, 850514. © Heirs of Léna Bergner