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Jacqueline Groag : textile & pattern design : Wiener Werkstätte to American modern

Author: Geoffrey Rayner; Annamarie Stapleton; Richard Chamberlain; Jacqueline Groag
Publisher: [Woodbridge, England] : Antique Collector's Club, ©2009.
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"Jacqueline Groag was one of the small group of talented pioneer women designers who were influential in the development of design in early twentieth century Europe. She was well placed to take the principal role in the remarkable post-war renaissance of textile and pattern design. Throughout the 1940s she was the leading designer of furnishing and fastion textiles in Britain, and her imaginative transition of the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: History
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Rayner, Geoffrey.
Jacqueline Groag.
[Woodbridge, England] : Antique Collector's Club, c2009
(OCoLC)742315528
Named Person: Jacqueline Groag; Jacqueline Groag; Jacqueline Groag
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Geoffrey Rayner; Annamarie Stapleton; Richard Chamberlain; Jacqueline Groag
ISBN: 9781851495900 1851495908
OCLC Number: 317752075
Description: 223 p. : col. ill. ; 27 cm.
Responsibility: Geoffrey Rayner, Richard Chamberlain, Annamarie Stapleton.

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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 with the  Read more...

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This absorbing tribute to Jacqueline Groag begs the question of how someone so significant in mid-twentieth century pattern design in Britain, can be so little heard of today." House and Garden, Read more...

 
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