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Horn, Jean
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Textile work by GSA students and staff

  • TSW
  • Collection
  • 20th century

Textile work by Glasgow School of Art students and staff, including examples of woven textiles, some of which are most likely to be submissions for degree shows, while others seem to be submissions for an RSA Bursary Competition. Some creators are known, others are yet to be identified.

Blackwood, Jilli

Weaving Sample

Double-faced fabric woven in four sections, with cream warp threads and stripes of beige, light brown, grey, blue, and pink yarns used in sections of the weft, creating a patchwork effect of striped and plain coloured blocks.

Horn, Jean

Weaving Sample

Two-faced woollen sample woven with cream yarn and white bouclé yarn, with supplementary wefts of loosely spun cream yarn in the reverse to create a corded effect.

Horn, Jean

Weaving Sample

Tightly woven fabric with light brown and claret on the warp, and orange, yellow, blue and dark brown weft threads. Regular bands of different weaving patterns in a repeat pattern form distinct colourful stripes.

Horn, Jean

Weaving Sample

Woven sampler of geometric design with different types of textile weaves (plain weave, twill, satin, and others) in fine red, pink, light blue, light purple, and red bouclé yarn.

Horn, Jean