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Anni Albers


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Available in two sizes: 0.91 x 1.52m (3' x 5')
1.22 × 1.83 m (4' × 6')

Hand tufted

Handspun Wool

Initially conceived as a 1926 cotton and silk wall hanging. The original gouache on paper is held in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art. Produced in association with the Josef and Anni Albers Foundation.


One of the most influential textile artists of the 20th century, Anni Albers began her career at the Bauhaus, where – prevented from studying other disciplines as a woman – she took up weaving under the tutelage of Gunta Stölzl. This kickstarted a lifelong passion for the tactile and aesthetic possibilities of textiles and led her to the US, where she became the first textile artist to be honoured with a show at the Museum of Modern Art – and the most famous weaver of the modern age.

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