2 edition of Dorothy Liebes found in the catalog.
|Statement||sponsored by theTextile Fibers Department, E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Co., March 20-May 10, 1970, Museum of Contemporary Crafts of the American Crafts Council|
|Contributions||American Crafts Council. Museum of Contemporary Crafts|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||36 p. :|
|Number of Pages||36|
Prototype Theatre Curtain for DuPont Pavillion, New York World's Fair, , Dorothy Liebes, DuPont Orlon and Fairtex metallic yarn, 99 1/2 x 46 3/4 in. ( x cm), Museum of Arts and Bettina Bergmann, Ph.D., is Helene Phillips Herzig ‘49 Professor of Art at Mount Holyoke College.A specialist in Greek and Roman art, Bergmann’s research focuses on Roman houses, interiors, gardens, and landscapes. In addition to authoring articles and essays, she co-edited, with Christine Kondoleon, The Ancient Art of has taught courses on art and cultural politics, myth
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Dorothy Liebes book Hailed as the “mother of modern weaving,” Dorothy Wright Liebes was born in in Santa Rosa, California, and the eldest of four children. Liebes attended San Jose Dorothy Liebes taught herself to weave on a small handloom while in college, and shortly thereafter set about transforming her craft for the modern era.
She opened her first studio in San Francisco inwhere she provided custom-designed, hand-woven textiles to architects and :// Dorothy Liebes: Retrospective Exhibition (an exhibition catalogue).
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This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 66,) No user comments Dorothy Wright Liebes () was a textile designer who is known for having developed a distinctive look, including vibrant colors and patterns that became synonymous with the Modernist movement in California in the s and :// Writings By Dorothy Liebes, This subseries includes notes, drafts, and manuscripts of published and unpublished articles and short writings.
Also found here are notes, drafts and the manuscript for an unpublished autobiography, as well as an outline, notes and partial draft of an unpublished book, "Design and Weave." Dorothy Liebes, Prototype Theatre Curtain for DuPont Pavilion.
Liebes’s work in Pathmakers represents her skill in fusing natural and synthetic materials into colorful, cutting-edge textiles.
Her innovative, custom-designed modern fabrics appealed to prominent architects and her mass-produced designs modernized the textile :// Sample of hand-woven furnishing fabric, designed by Dorothy Liebes for Charles Bloom Inc., New York, ca. Museum Number CIRC Liebes, Dorothy, born - died (designer) Materials and Techniques.
painted aluminium weft, warp threads of cotton, rayon and metallic. Object history note. This sample of weaving was made as a test piece for window-blinds for the Bridgeport Brass Co. in Connecticut, USA. It was presented by Dorothy Liebes to the V&A Museum in In the Cooper Union received a sample book featuring the new wallpaper collection designed by Dorothy Liebes for United Wallpapers.
The book contains eight different patterns with each shown in multiple colorways. The patterns are all based on the hand-loomed woven fabrics for which Liebes had become known. She introduced color and texture into her fabrics and incorporated unexpected Dorothy Liebes' address book, ca.
(Archives of American Art) This blend of contacts famous and obscure, intimate and inconsequential, Savig says, 2 days ago Textile designer Dorothy Liebes organized her contacts into curious categories including "family," "boys," "girls," "restaurants," and "Philadelphia." Assemblage artist Joseph Cornell rarely ventured beyond New York City, yet his address book comprises a wide network of avant-garde pen pals living throughout the United States and :// Artists represented in this book include Anni Albers, Dale Chihuly, Hans Christensen, Charles and Ray Eames, Sheila Hicks, Wharton Esherick, Maurice Heaton, Dorothy Liebes, Sam Maloof, George Nakashima, Gertrud and Otto Natzler, Peter Voulkos and Dorothy Liebes by NY: Museum of Contemporary Carfts of the American Carfts Council, March 20 to and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at :// Dorothy Liebes' address book, ca.was organized like the Yellow Pages.
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Liebes warned that the looped texture of the textile was hand-pulled and done by hand, rather than being knotted into the back cloth, and that the loops pull out easily. (From a letter from Dorothy Liebes to Barbara J Morris, Assistant Keeper of Circulation, dated 21 May ) Dorothy Liebes: [catalogue of the] retrospective exhibition, March[at the] Museum of Contemporary Crafts of the American Crafts CouncilThe Museum in English Sample 'Frappe of hand-woven furnishing fabric, designed by Dorothy Liebes for Charles Bloom Inc., New York, ca.
Museum Number. Modern Women: A Partial History. The Museum of Modern Art owes a large share of its success to women. The Museum was the idea and creation of three women, and from those founders of to the associate director and president of the Museum today, women have been instrumental in the development of the institution's mission, program, and ://American textile innovator and designer Dorothy Liebes sits on a stool in front of sample panels woven by her and her staff at her Sutter Street Studio, San Francisco, California, Get premium, high resolution news photos at Getty ImagesGet this from a library!
Dorothy Liebes: retrospective exhibition, MarchMuseum of Contemporary Crafts of the American Crafts Council. [Dorothy Liebes; American Crafts Council.
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