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Gunta Stolzl Jacquard wall hanging Chöre” Choirs) 1928 Cotton, wool, rayon and silk 229 x 143 cm

Revisiting: Olga Rozanova / suprematism — textile and terrain

Revisiting: Olga Rozanova / suprematism

Suprematist Pattern Design by Olga Rózanova a Russian avant-garde artist in the styles of Suprematist, Neo-Primitivist, and Cubo-Futurist.


Karen Barbé is a constant source of grid based eye candy. Her meticulous cross stitch patterns will please and her paper weaving experiments will delight.Another mag.

Gunta Stolzl, Bauhaus designer @Tina Doshi Doshi Olsson/FYLLAYTA + Optical Day

Gunta Stolzl Design for a fabric in Jacquard technique 1927 cm Private collection Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum, New York

Gunta Stölzl  http://jbe200quilts.tumblr.com/post/99509271132/hazelcills-women-of-the-bauhaus-and-their

hazelcills: “ Women of the Bauhaus and their textiles Anni Albers, Gunta Stölzl, Otti Berger, Benita Otte ”

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

gerda stolz jacquard wall hanging "damast" 1930 cm located in london's v&a museum