Designs for fabric patterns by Paul Lang, Obertürkheim. Darmstadt Germany 1911.
Paul Lang-Kurz (1877-1937) was teacher at the School of Applied Arts in Stuttgart, where he was Chairman of the textile department since 1906. He was responsible for the development of designs for embroidery, carpets and other textiles. For the interior design of 1913 opened art building at the Schlossplatz in Stuttgart, he was awarded the Gold Medal for Art and Science on the band of the Friedrich Order. Together with Paul Wilhelm Bürck, Albin Müller, Hans von Heider, Fritz Heider, he led the design of the “Magdeburg room” (a modern study), by which he been honored at the World’s Fair in St. Louis in 1904 with the Grand Prix.
Designs for sofa cover, piano runner, tablecloth and serving table doily. Art Nouveau textile design. German Art and Decoration by Paul Lang-Kurz.
Art Nouveau Design for sofa cushions by Paul Lang
Design for sofa cushions by Paul Lang
Herta Koch. Design for a print fabric 1911.
Herta Koch 1881-1960, daughter of Alexander Koch (Publisher of important art magazines such as “German Art and Decoration” and “Interior Decoration”. Initiator to the emergence of the artist colony on the Mathildenhoehe in Darmstadt, one of the most important centers of Art Nouveau in Germany.). Married to the writer William Michel. 1919 founding member of the Darmstadt Secession.
Blouses and dress in printed silk fabric by E. J. Wimmer.
Blouses and dress in printed silk fabric by Eduard Josef Wimmer-Wisgrill (1882-1961, established in 1907 the fashion department of the Wiener Werkstätte), Vienna 1912. Wiener Werkstätte, Vienna Secession.
Vienna’s Workshops. Dress Crepe de Chine.
Design and execution by Yvonne Brick, Vienna 1912. Dress Crêpe de Chine, batik. Vienna Secession. Art Nouveau Fashion.
Paul Poiret – Paris 1912. Evening dress in white satin.
Evening toilette in white satin with black tulle Throw , black fringe, narrow beaded bodice. Headdress of violet silk with diamond clasp and high herons.
Paul Poiret – Paris 1912. Evening toilet.
Tunic of black satin, petticoat of white satin with tulle veil, diamond cords, diamond ornamental border and fringe as the sole jewelry.
Handbag in velvet and silk with ribbon – and beadwork by Anna Somoff-Mikhailoff.
St. Petersburg Russia 1911. Edwardian era.
Pouch with ribbed silk by Anna Somoff-Mikhailoff – St. Petersburg Russia 1911.
Pouch with ribbed silk, silk ribbon – and cord embroidery. Belle Époque, Edwardian era.
Handbag with silk ribbon embroidery by Anna Somoff-Mikhailoff.
Art nouveau. St. Petersburg Russia 1911.