Textiles: Gunta Stolz, Five Choirs, 1928; Lis Beyer-Volger, Bauhaus Dress, 1928; Anni Albers: Wall hanging WE 493/445, 1926
Gunta Stölzl, Tapís. 1923. Busch Reisinger Museum/Harvard University Art Museums, Cambridge.
Design for fabric Private Collection. http://www.guntastolzl.org/Works/Bauhaus-Dessau-1925-1931/Designs-for-Fabrics/1482909_4PMC8s/93227143_DyKdv#
Gunta Stölzl (5 March 1897 – 22 April 1983) 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 transitioned from individual pictorial works to modern industrial designs
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Gunta Stölzl - Bauhaus Master. Wall Hanging (lost) 1922 The wall hanging was presented at the Bauhaus exhibition in 1923, room 40 Photograph mounted on card with artist notation. 17x10cm Estate of Margarete Willers. Source: "the bauhaus: masters and students" book, page 62.
Anni Albers (1899-1994) was a textile designer, weaver, writer, and printmaker who inspired a reconsideration of fabrics as an art form, both in their functional roles and as wallhangings.