Born October 7~ Rose Piper

Rose Theodora Piper (October 7, 1917-May 11, 2005) was a painter in the 1940s. She then ran a greeting card company, designed textiles, and raised her family, returning to painting in the 1980s. Piper’s style shifted throughout her career.
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Blues Singer by Rose Piper
1989 / Mixed media on paper / 24-1/2″x19″ / Petrucci Family Foundation Collection

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Born October 4~ Otti Berger

Otti Berger (October 4, 1898 – 1944/45) was a textile artist and weaver who was a student and later teacher at the Bauhaus. Otti Berger was murdered in the Auschwitz concentration camp during WWII.
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Fabric Sample Book by Otti Berger
Mid 1930s / Cotton / 3-3/4″x9-1/2″ / The Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC

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Born September 28~ Warja Lavater

Warja Honegger-Lavater (September 28, 1913-May 3, 2007) was a Swiss artist and illustrator best known for utilizing pictograms as graphic representations of language in her later work.
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Homo sapiens? (Folded Story, no.13) by Warja Lavater
1965 / Lithographs on cream wove paper / 6-7/16″x3-5/8″x7/16″ / Toledo Museum of Art, OH

Warja Lavater’s “Twenty-three hundred years of medical costume”:

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Born September 24~ Margaret Neilson Armstrong

Margaret Neilson Armstrong (September 24, 1867-July 18, 1944) was a designer of cloth bookbindings who produced over 250 cover designs. She was also an accomplished botanist, editor, and author.
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Margaret Armstrong’s cover design and lettering for Twenty Centuries of Paris
Written by Mabell S.C. Smith / Published 1913 / Image from Women of Graphic Design

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Born September 11~ Eileen Mayo

Dame Eileen Rosemary Mayo DBE (September 11, 1906-January 4, 1994) was an English-born artist and designer who worked in England, Australia, and New Zealand in almost every available medium.
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The Toilet by Eileen Mayo
1942 / Woodcut / 3 3/4″x3″ / Victoria and Albert Museum, London, UK

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Born August 25~ Dorothea Tanning

Dorothea Margaret Tanning (August 25, 1910-January 31, 2012) was an American illustrator, painter, printmaker, sculptor, set and costume designer, writer, and poet.
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Portrait de Famille (Family Portrait) by Dorothea Tanning
1954 / Oil on canvas / 39-3/8″x31-7/8″ / Musée National d’Art Moderne, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris

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Born August 19~ Florine Stettheimer

Florine Stettheimer (August 19, 1871-May 11, 1944) was an American modernist painter, feminist, theatrical designer, poet, and salonnière.
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Portrait of Alfred Stieglitz by Florine Stettheimer
1928 / Oil on canvas / 38″ 26-1/4″ / Alfred Stieglitz Collection, Co-owned by Fisk University, Nashville, Tennessee, and Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, Bentonville, Arkansas

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Born August 18~ Gertrude Hermes

Gertrude Anna Bertha Hermes OBE RA (August 18, 1901-May 9, 1983) was a British sculptor, wood engraver, lino-cutter, illustrator, and designer.
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Born August 8~ Ruth Francken

Ruth Francken (August 8, 1924-September 12, 2006) was a Czech-American sculptor, painter, and furniture designer who was mostly active in Paris.
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La Saisie by Ruth Francken / 1973 / Photographic paper, metal, cord, linen
61-4/5″x44″x3-1/2″ / Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, Rotterdam, NL

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Born June 12~ Anni Albers

Anni Albers (June 12, 1899-May 9, 1994) was a textile designer, weaver, writer, printmaker, and teacher who inspired a reconsideration of fabrics as an art form.
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Development in Rose II by Anni Albers
1952 / Linen / 24-3/8″x17-3/4″ / Art Institute of Chicago, IL

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