Stock up on masks with this gorgeous black floral design from the Wiener Werkstätte, exclusively at the Chazen Museum of Art!
The Wiener Werkstätte was a cooperative of artisans in Austria, establish in the early 1900s. It brought together architects, artists, and designers working in many different mediums and is regarded as a pioneer of modern design that influenced later styles like Bauhaus and Art Deco. Early Wiener Werkstätte textiles were reproduced to make holiday greeting postcards. The colorful and vibrant designs were highly recognizable and publishers could have distributed them in large numbers.
Wilhelm Jonasch (Austrian, 1892-1961), Jewish New Year Post Card, 1910-1911, printed card, gift of Barbara Mackey Kaerwer, 2003.37.17
|Measurement 1: Middle of nose to behind ear (one size)||5.6″-6.6″||6.7″-7.4″||7.5″-8.2″|
|Measurement 2: Middle of nose to just under chin||4.9″||5.5″||6.1″|