Elsa Gullberg (1886-1984)
Swedish textile artist Elsa Gullberg had an early beginning with weaving textiles. She studied art and design in Stockholm in the early 1900s and soon after started designed fabrics for other artisans and mass production. She started her own design studio Elsa Gullberg Textilier in 1927 which specialized in carpet and wall hanging design. 1955, Elsa stepped down and her daughter Elsa-Maria took charge of the studio. Today she is known as one of the first textile designers to look at the industrial limitations for textile fabrication.
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