Jacqueline Groag: Textile & Pattern Design

Jacqueline Groag - Textile and Pattern Design

Jacqueline Groag was probably the most influential textile designer in Britain in the post Second World War era. Although originally Czech, she studied textile and pattern design in Austria in the 1920s. During the late twenties and early thirties, she designed textiles for the Wiener Werkstatte in Vienna and subsequently designed and produced unique hand-printed lengths of fabrics for many of the leading Parisian fashion houses, including Chanel, Lanvin, Worth, Schiaparelli, and Paul Poiret. This book showcases Groag's textiles design work.

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author Geoff Rayner, Annamarie Stapleton, Richard Chamberlain

isbn 1788840534

category Textile Design Books

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