Oct 11, 2006
Oct 11, 2006

Flora [II]

Flora [II]

c. 1925-30


Josef Frank

(Swedish, born Austria, 1885-1967)


Haus & Garten

(Austrian, est. 1925)

Plain weave cotton, loom width, printed

Overall: 50.7 x 127 cm (19 15/16 x 50 in.)

Educational Purchase Fund 1937.185


Did you know?

Frank enjoyed sketching wildflowers; he called this pattern “Pepi” after his childhood nickname.


Also affectionately called Pepi’s Flora after Josef Frank’s childhood nickname “Pepi,” this design depicts imaginary wildflowers concocted by Frank. The whimsically placed yet tightly packed flowers are meant to evoke flowers in the background as well as the borders of French tapestries.

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