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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

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

HANS DÜNE ,  BAUHAUS, Oskar Schlemmer, Johannes Itten - Schüler,  SEHR SELTEN,

HANS DÜNE , BAUHAUS, Oskar Schlemmer, Johannes Itten - Schüler, SEHR SELTEN,

Gunta Stölzl was an extraordinary textile designer. She led the Weaving Workshop at the Bauhaus from 1926-1931, transforming it into an innovative and successful workshop that elevated the department they pushed women into (weaving being considered a woman's craft) into a innovative, successful department that treated weaving as art. She then moved to Switzerland where she continued her career as a designer and innovator. She also pianted - some of which became textiles.

Bau Haus Fabric Designs by Gunta Stolzl Born in Munich as Adelgunde Stölzl. I like Gunta better...)

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Gunta Stölzl. Design for Jacquard woven curtain material. Bauhaus Dessau. 1926/27. Victoria and Albert Museum (V). London, England

Gunta Stölzl. Design for Jacquard woven curtain material. Bauhaus Dessau. Victoria and Albert Museum (V). London, England

László Moholy-Nagy (Fotografie), Walter Gropius (Architektur), Bauhaus balconies in Dessau, 1927 / Bauhaus-Archiv Berlin © VG Bild-Kunst (Royalties Collection Society), Bonn

Fotografie - Die Sammlung Bauhaus (virtuell) - Bauhaus-Archiv

Unbekannt (Marianne Brandt ?), Portrait Marianne Brandt, um 1926, © Bauhaus-Archiv Berlin / Museum für Gestaltung

Unbekannt (Marianne Brandt ?), Portrait Marianne Brandt, um © Bauhaus-Archiv Berlin / Museum für Gestaltung

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