Rugs By Artists - Master Artisan Vintage Rugs and Vintage Carpets
Ottavio "Tai" Missoni (1921—Present) is the patriarch of one of the most renowned design houses in Italy
Anna Greta Sjoqvist AGS - was a prolific 20th century Swedish designer and weaver specializing in flatwoven carpets
Corneille was a co-founder of the CoBrA movement in the late 1940s - early 1950s and is recognized as a major player in the avant-garde era.
|Marianne Richter (1916-2010)|
Until recently, Marianne Richter (1916-2010) was part of a core group of creative innovators that led a new wave of mid-century design emerging from Scandinavia.
|Decore Installe Meuble / Decore Installe Meuble DIM ( Signed DM )|
Rugs signed DM and DIM Were made by the prestigious French design firm Décoration Intérieure Moderne also known as Décore-Installe-Meuble or DIM (1919 - 1953)
|Emile Jacques Ruhlmann|
Emile Jacques Ruhlmann (1879-1933), born in Paris, France, was an inspiring forerunner to the Art Deco style.
|Hendrik Godefridus Polvliet|
Designer and entrepreneur Hendrik Godefridus Polvliet (1868-1923) was instrumental in establishing Holland’s first manufactory to specialize in designer carpet
|Haji Jalili (Tabriz)|
Master weaver Haji Jalili (aka Hajijallili or Hajalili) is best known for his 20th century use of mixing lighter colors of pinks, gold and greys.
|Hildebrand ( Hildo ) Krop|
Dutch sculptor and designer Hildebrand (Hildo) Krop (1884 – 1970) is one of the most versatile and multifaceted artists active during the 20th century.
The multi-discipline Catalan artist Joan Miro (1893 – 1983) was a pioneer and innovator in modern art.
John Kachel (1809-1889) was one of many independent designers and weavers operating in the Northeast and Midwest United States
Olga Fisch nee Anhalzer (1901-1990) was an extraordinary artist, art dealer and cultural advocate.
The Klockaregardens Hemslojd (circa 1937-1950) is one of many regional crafting societies that operated with Sweden’s Hemslojd handcrafted stamp of approval.
Jean Lurcat (1892 - 1966) was an artist, innovator and pioneer who revitalized tapestry making in the 20th century.
|Marc Saint Saëns|
Marc Saint-Saëns (1903-1979) was an influential French expressionist painter and tapestry artist responsible in parht for the renaissance and rebirth of French tapestry production in the 20th century.
|Marta Gahn (Märta Gahn)|
Marta Gahn / Märta Gahn (1891-1973) The Swedish master weaver had a long and successful career as a weaver and textile designer.
|Ethel Halvar Andersson|
Now a nonagenarian, Ethel Halvar Andersson (1917 - present) is one of the most productive and accomplished textile designers and artisan weavers from Sweden’s Värmland region.
Britta Rendahl-Ljusterdal (1927 – present) Formerly associated with the Gammelstads Handväveri in northern Sweden, master weaver Britta Rendahl-Ljusterdal created an impressive number of carpets, flat-woven rugs and ecclesiastical works.
Internationally known, Swedish designer and master weaver Ingegerd Silow (1916 – 2005) was deeply involved with social handcraft societies and commercial design firms in the mid-20th century during the golden-age of Scandinavian design.
Berit Koenig was a productive designer and master carpet weaver associated with the Föreningen Svensk Hemslöjd, which is also known as the Swedish society for arts and handicrafts.
|Marta Maas Fjetterstrom|
Marta Maas Fjatterstorm (Märta Måås Fjetterström) was one of the foremost central figures in Mid Century Swedish Woven / Textile Art.
Ustadan Mohtashem is one of the most revered weavers of Kashan. His rugs are some of the highest quality Persian weavings.
Pablo Picasso - The abstract figures and cubist works of artist Pablo Picasso (1881 –1973) are among the most recognizable and well known works in 20th century
Born in Italy, the award-winning French designer Pierre Cardin (1922 - ) has created an international brand with an impressively diverse range of products.
Scandinavian carpet weaver and designer Rakel Callander (Rachel) Callander (circa 20th century) is responsible for creating some of the most memorable designs
Salvador Dalí - The surrealist painter Salvador Dalí (1904 – 1989) is famous for his flamboyant style on and off the canvas.
The Danish designer Verner Panton (1926-1998) is one of the single-most influential personas in mid-century pop-art and interior design.
This extraordinary modernist / Bauhaus French flat weave, taken from Wassily Kandinsky's watercolor "Horizontales," is a masterpiece of Abstract Expressionism.
Born in 1928, Yaacov Agam (nee Yaakov Gipstein) is one of the bestselling Israeli artists.
|Ziegler & Co.|
A Swiss firm, the Ziegler Company, based in Manchester, England that set up shop In Sultanabad Persia.
Born in 1886, Elsa was one of the earliest textile designers connected to the modern design movement. She strove to make prominent designs affordable, and is known for her clean, classic, and contemporary designs. She died in 1984, after a long, fruitful career.
Ulla Parkdahl is a still active Swedish textile designer, born in 1939. She is famous for her classic, minimal designs, which she describes as having "their own textile language." She established her own design firm, Ulla Parkdahl Textil, in 1980, and exhibited her work regularly until 2007.
Ingrid Dessau was born in 1923 in Sweden, and died in 2000. She established a notable career as a textile designer, working at both the Helmslojden Craft Center, and Marta Maas Fjatterstorm Atelier under textile great Barbro Nilsson. Her work is distinguished by clever patterns and a modernization of traditional Swedish designs.
Barbro Sprinchorn (1929–1973) was an innovative textile artist specializing in designing and crafting kilims, textiles, embroideries and decorative appliqués.