New geometries: Embracing narrative and content - Two Coats of Paint
Martha Clippinger, Untitled, 2015, hand-dyed woven wool, 65 x 32 inches, woven by Licha Gonzalez Ruiz and Agustin Contreras Lopez.
Hilde Reindl | Bauhaus Archive | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
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image:fbbe03be6a35d9156bd14dc60826d8c922a566f7 w:540 s:"fit" class_name:"mt-image-center" show_pin_button:"true" show_image_credits:"true" Designer: Gunta StölzlFrom: Germany Gunta Stölzl designs are bright, abstract and creative. Inspired by modernists like Kandinsky, she applied geometric principles to her textiles, moving away from traditional pictorial forms. She favored patterns that were clear, direct and simple.
French Art Deco rug
Distinguished by the Cubist style characteristic of the Art Deco carpets of leading designers such as Ivan Da Silva Bruhns, this square rug displays the whimsical colour contrasts that are quite typical of the early phase of Art Deco weavings, which in turn were influenced by the daring chromatic juxtapositons of the Berber rugs which were being imported from the French colony of Morocco and which were a huge source of inspiration for many artists of both the visual as well as the decorative…