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Josef Hoffmann, 1908

Josef Hoffmann, 1908

Poster for the thirteenth Vienna Secession exhibition. By Koloman Moser in 1902.

Koloman Moser - Poster for the thirteenth Vienna Secession exhibition, 1902

Gustav Klimt Textile Samples, Wiener Werkstätte, ca.1920.

ca 1920 Gustav Klimt textile samples and colourways, Wiener Werkstätte.

Josef Hoffmann for Wiener Werkstätte, 1910
Printed silk

Textiles of Fin-de-Siècle Vienna: Textile fragment: Jagdfalke (White Gyrfalcon), Josef Hoffmann, 1910

Emilie Flöge, muse of Gustave Klimpt, wearing a model of Koloman Moser, Wiener Werkstätte,1910. Emilie Louise Flöge (born 30 August 1874 in Vienna and died 26 May 1952 in Vienna) was an Austrian designer, fashion designer and businesswoman. She was the life companion of the painter Gustav Klimt. Established her couture salon in 1904. Known for clothing in the style of the Wiener Werkstätte (handpainted and printed silks)

1910 Emilie Flöge wearing a Koloman Moser dress, Wiener Werkstätte.

Textile design

Vintage Bauhaus fabric in mustard gold and parchment by Barbara Brackman's MATERIAL CULTURE: Modernism, Quilts & the Wiener Werkstatte

The Vienna  Secession - Wiener Werkstatte postcard #548

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Wiener Werkstätte decorative card (Schmuckkarte) by Maria Pranke ▪ Ref 548

Wiener Werkstatte textiles

Lovely patterns created by Wiener Werkstätte, an Arts and Crafts Movement design workshop of the early century.

** Hoffmann, Josef, Wiener Werkstätte

A/C ** Hoffmann, Josef, Wiener Werkstätte

Weiner Werkstatte, rummy playing cards, Moser Ditha.

Weiner Werkstatte, rummy playing cards, Moser Ditha.

Ex Libris bookplate by Josef Hoffmann. Vienna Secession

Ex Libris bookplate by Josef Hoffmann. Vienna Secession More Mais

by Bertold Loffler, 1901 | The Vienna Secession

Bertold Loffler, 1901 - The Vienna Secession

Josef Hoffmann, Ball Gown for Johanna Justine Wittgenstein, 1910. Wiener Werkstätte. Silk, cotton, metal Around the turn from the 19th to the 20th century, the Wittgenstein family was among Vienna’s most important patrons of the arts. Supposedly, Josef Hoffmann created this reform-style ballroom dress for a specific occasion—thinking and working along the lines of the total artwork. From the somewhat coarse finish of the dress it may be concluded that it was intended for a one-time use only.

Josef Hoffmann, Ball Gown for Johanna Justine Wittgenstein, 1910

Alfred Roller, Vienna Secession, 1902

Poster pameran dari Viena Secession

Secession 16 Ausstellung Alfred Roller (Austrian, born Moravia (now Czech Republic). Lithograph, 37 x 12 x 32 cm). Gift of Jo Carole and Ronald S.

The Secessionists - Art Nouveau) - R_10.06.2014

The Secessionists - Art Nouveau) -

Textile design by Josef Hoffmann (1870-1956), ca. 1920, Wiener Werkstätte.

Textile sample Josef Hoffmann (Austrian, Pirnitz Vienna) Manufacturer: Wiener Werkstätte Date: ca. 1920 Classification: Textiles-P.

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