by Rayner, Geoffrey; Richard Chamberlain and Annamarie Stapleton
Woodbridge, Suffolk: Antique Collectors' Club Ltd, 2009. First edition. Paperback. As new/as new. 223 pp. Quarto [27cm]. Printed wraps. As new. "Following the trauma of the Second World War, there was a reaction against the dictates of functionalist design and an eagerness to indulge in pattern and colour that continued into the 1970s. Jacqueline Groag was one of the small group of talented pioneer women designers who were influential in the development of design in early twentieth century Europe. Jacqueline was well placed to take the principal role in the remarkable post-war renaissance of textile and pattern design. Throughout the 1940s she was the leading designer of furnishing and fashion textiles in Britain, and her imaginative translation of the lively style of Austria's Wiener Werkstätte - combined with her great originality - contributed considerably to the popular style of the 1950s." -Back cover. (Inventory #: 53479)
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