Plain weave paired cotton warp and unbleached linen weft, loom width, block printed
Overall: 73.7 x 128.9 cm (29 x 50 3/4 in.)
Educational Purchase Fund 1937.181
This textile was produced in at least two different colorways.
With a title derived from a feminine Hungarian name, the Antscha pattern shows Josef Frank’s early use of long sinuous vines. Another example of the same textile (1937.180) exists in yellow and green, suggesting that pattern colors were customizable to fit the customer’s décor. These examples are likely the only surviving versions in an institutional collection.
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