In Ruth Hollos began studying at the Bauhaus Weaving workshop. Within two years of leaving the Bauhaus, Hollos became Director of a hand-weaving studio in Konigsberg in East Prussia. Hollos was mainly known for her woven wall-hangings.
The legendary Bauhaus school in Germany produced some of the most influential figures in modern design. Although mostly remembered for it's revolution in the field of architecture, the textiles- and the women who made them- should not be overlooked.
Featured from the Resource Room: Women's Work: Textile Art from the Bauhaus Women’s Work: Textile Art from the Bauhaus by Sigrid Wortmann Weltge Although the Bauhaus helped define modern design in the.