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Bauhaus student work, 1919-1933

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Finding aid for Bauhaus student work, 1919-1933
Series VI. Weaving, 1922-1930 n.d. 54.0 items
Series contains 54 fabric samples, loom patterns, watercolor studies, and photographs of finished works prepared for weaving workshops and Paul Klee's course on color theory and design for weavers. Items include nine watercolors by Léna Meyer-Bergner; one photograph by Margarete Willers of a wall hanging by Ilse Wittig Fehling, 1922; one photograph of a rug by Ljuba Montastirsky; one photograph of a woman weaving by Nelly A. Peissachowitz; three fabric samples by Grete Reichardt, ca. 1926-1930; one watercolor by Hilde Reindl; two fabric samples by Immeke Mitscherlich Schwollmann; six watercolors by Margarethe Willers, ca. 1922-1925; and 26 items by unidentified students. Also included are notebooks kept by Erich Comeriner, ca. 1927 and Gertrud Preiswerk, 1927. Two watercolor illustrated letters by Margarete Willers do not relate to course work and comprise the small amount of personal material in this collection, 1919, n.d. [See also Gunta Stölzl collection, Special Collections accession no. 880383B*.]
Box Folder
1 11 Erich Comeriner, ca. 1927
1 notebook on dye compositions.
1 12 Gertrud Preiswerk, 1927
1 notebook.
1 13 Margarethe Willers, n.d.
4 watercolor and pencil color studies.
1 14 Unidentified student or students, n.d.
3 p. with fabric/weaving swatches.
1 15 Unidentified student or students, n.d.
6 p. with fabric/weaving swatches.
1 16 Unidentified student or students, n.d.
7 p. with fabric/weaving swatches.
Box
2 Nelly A. Peissachowitz, n.d.
1 photograph of a woman weaving.
2 Unidentified students, , 1925 n.d.
2 1 photograph of women in the weaving workshop, n.d.
2 1 photograph of two women at a loom, 1925
Box Folder
9* 1 Léna Meyer-Bergner, . 1927-1929
9* 1 2 watercolor studies from Paul Klee's course on color theory and design, 1927
9* 1 2 watercolor design for weavings, 1928, 1929
9* 2 Léna Meyer-Bergner, n.d.
2 watercolor designs for weavings.
9* 3 Léna Meyer-Bergner, n.d.
3 watercolor designs for weavings.
9* 4 Ljuba Montastirsky, n.d.
1 photograph of a rug.
9* 5 Grete Reichardt, ca. 1926-1930
9* 5 2 weaving samples of furniture fabric with typed notes of specifications, ca. 1926-1930
9* 5 1 weaving sample of heavy furniture fabric, ca. 1926
Box Folder
10* 1 Hilde Reindl, n.d.
1 watercolor design for a weaving.
10* 2 Immeke Mitscherlich Schwollmann, n.d.
2 fabric samples.
10* 3 Margarete Willers, , 1929 n.d.
2 watercolor-illustrated letters.
10* 4 Margarete Willers, ca. 1922-1925
2 watercolor studies.
10* 5 Ilse Wittig Fehling, 1922
1 photograph of a tapestry from the first Bauhaus exhibit.
10* 6 Unidentified students, n.d.
10* 6 3 watercolor designs for weavings, n.d.
10* 6 3 photographs of weavings, n.d.
10* 7 Unidentified students, ca. 1925
2 weaving samples.


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