One of the most significant textile artists of the 20th century, Anni Albers first began her foray into textiles while taking a weaving class at the Bauhaus in 1922. She would devote the rest of her career to weaving, textile design, writing, and later printmaking, applying ideas from modern art to weaving and experimenting with new materials. This brilliant Albers rug was hand-tufted from handspun wool and features a geometric pattern of vibrantly interwoven stripes. Bring one of Albers’ authentic works straight to your home with this limited-edition floor covering.
Edition of 200.