Jacqueline Groag: Textile & Pattern Design: Wiener Werkstätte to American Modern
Artist(s): Jacqueline Groag
Author(s): Geoff Rayner, Annamarie Phelps and Richard Chamberlain
Year published: 2009
Publisher: Antiques Collectors Club
Publisher Location: London
Total Pages: 224
Illustrations: Illustrated in colour throughout
5 in stock
Jacqueline Groag was probably the most influential textile designer in Britain in the post Second World War era.
A phenomenal designer, Groag’s work is beautifully illustrated here in the first ever book dedicated to her successful career. A must for mid century modern design enthusiasts as well as textile designers this Jacqueline Groag book gives an inspiring insight into the best of pattern design.
This title is part of a series of Textile Design Books published by the Antique Collectors Club. Other titles include Zandra Rhodes: Textile Revolution: Medals, Wiggles and Pop 1961-1971, Shirley Craven and Hull Traders: Revolutionary Fabrics and Furniture 1957-1980 and the soon to be published Artists’ Textiles: In America and Britain 1946-1976.