Skip to content

Contents

GLORIA F. ROSS & MODERN TAPESTRY

Ann Lane Hedlund

Yale University Press, New Haven and London

in association with Arizona State Museum, University of Arizona, Tucson

Table of Contents

Foreword by Grace Glueck

Preface/Acknowledgments

COLLABORATIONS

1.  Introduction

NEW YORK

Starting a workshop

2.  A New York Life

3.  Hooked Wall Hangings, Pile Carpets

SCOTLAND

Understanding handwoven tapestry

4.  Archie Brennan and the Dovecot Studios

FRANCE

Exploring tapestry’s roots

5.  The Workshops of Aubusson & Felletin

6.  Other Explorations

THE AMERICAN SOUTHWEST

Continuing traditions

7.  The Native/Noland Tapestries

THE ARTISTS, THE WORKS

Working with painters & sculptors

8.  The Gloria F. Ross Tapestries & Carpets

Anuszkiewicz—Avery—Bearden—G. Davis—S. Davis—Dubuffet—Feeley—Frankenthaler—Goodnough—Gottlieb—Held—Hofmann—Jenkins—Liberman—Lindner—Louis—Marca-Relli—Motherwell—Nevelson—Noland—Podwal—Poons—Ross—Samaras—Smith—Stella—Trova—Youngerman                                       plates 1 – 97

TAPESTRY IN THE LATE TWENTIETH CENTURY

Valuing Tapestry

9.  The Business of Tapestry

10.  La Tombée du Métier

APPENDICES

Chronology—Checklist of GFR Tapestries & Carpets—Glossary

Notes

References

Index

Errata (post-publication list)

%d bloggers like this: