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Textile sample  Designer:Josef Hoffmann (Austrian, Pirnitz 1870–1956 Vienna) Manufacturer:Wiener Werkstätte Date:ca. 1920 Medium:Silk Dimensions:5 1/4 × 8 1/8 in. (13.3 × 20.6 cm) Classification:Textiles-Painted and Printed

Josef Hoffmann | Textile sample | The Met

This is the first post of a new little series about one of my biggest passions: patterns.I’ve always loves patterns, aged 6 my favourite dress had a giraffe pattern on and I would insis…

Textile Milles ... | Svenskt Tenn

Textile Milles Fleur Cotton designed by Josef Frank for Svenskt Tenn (originally called Tulip)

Textile, Dagobert Peche

Textile, Dagobert Peche, It was designed by Wiener Werkstätte. It is dated and we acquired it in Its medium is silk and its technique is block printed on plain weave.

Wiener Werkstätte

Small-scale all-over floral; white flowers with black centers, light green leaves, mauve, dark brown and blue in zigzag pattern in background.

pinkpagodastudio: Textile Designs by Raoul Dufy

¤ Textile Design by Raoul Dufy great pink and blue feathers on cream white background.

Enid Marx, “one of the brightest design stars to emerge from the Design School of London’s Royal College of Art (RCA) during the interwar years”.  In 1937 she was one of the first textile designers commissioned to create customised seating fabrics for London Underground.   The brief was to create very hard-wearing, woven “moquette” fabrics, and apparently “the design was to look fresh at all times, even after bricklayers had sat on it”.

Enid Marx - textile designer, printmaker, artist and illustrator

M.S. Block printed on linen by Barron and Larcher  1930 Entitled "Carnac"

Block printed on linen by Barron and Larcher 1930 Entitled "Carnac" This design by Barron and Larcher was originally done in indigo and back. In the early thirties Barron and Larcher experimented with Oxide of iron to produce reddish dyes.

The U.K.'s Warner Textile Archive today releases a range of greeting cards highlighting spectacular designs spanning from the 1840s-1970s. Reviewing them is an interesting, not to mention gorgeous, history lesson!

The Warner Textile Archive Summer Greeting Cards

The U.K.'s Warner Textile Archive today releases a range of greeting cards highlighting spectacular designs spanning from the 1840s-1970s. Reviewing them is an interesting, not to mention gorgeous, history lesson!

Dagobert Peche (Austrian, St. Michael im Lungau 1887–1923 Mödling bei Wein) Manufacturer: Wiener Werkstätte Date: ca. 1920 Classification: Textiles-Printed Credit Line: Gift of Joanne F. du Pont and John F. Pleasants, in memory of Enos Rogers Pleasants, III, 1984 Accession Number: 1984.537.71

ca 1920 Dagobert Peche textile design for Wiener Werkstätte. Gift of Joanne F. du Pont and John F. Pleasants, in memory of Enos Rogers Pleasants, III, 1984 Accession Number:

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