16th century Italian Renaissance two tone fabrics design. Sixteenth century. – Italian School. (Size of the Original.) Fabric two tone. (D’Ambosio after Borgognone.) Louvre, Paris. (XVIe SIÈCLE. — École italienne.… Read More
15th century Silk fabric. Arabic textil design. XV CENTURY. – Arabic Factory FABRIC. – Silk fabric (IN SOUTH KENSINGTON MUSEUM, LONDON.) A HALF OF THE ORIGINAL. (XV SIECLE. — Fabrique… Read More
Kathe Mertens Hamburg. Design for print fabric 1910.
Bernhard Wenig, Berchtesgaden. Art Nouveau designs for modern cloth pattern. German Art and Decoration 1901.
Designs for fabric patterns by Paul Lang, Obertürkheim. Darmstadt Germany 1911.
Bruno Paul design. United Workshops for Art in Craft AG Berlin.
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… Read More
Printed fabric design by Jacqueline Groag, 1930. Printed fabric design. Wiener Werkstätte. Jacqueline Groag aka Hilde Blumberger, student of Franz Cizek and Josef Hoffmann at the Vienna School of Applied… Read More
Cut linen lace. Spain 17th Century. Cut linen lace with silk, gold and silver sewn. Spain, early 17th Century, baroque period.
Lilly Jacker-Nettel. Designs for furnishing fabrics, Paris 1914.