Trude Jalowetz Guermonprez was born in 1910 in Danzig, Germany and attended the School of Fine and Applied Arts in Halle-Saale, where she studied weaving under the tutelage of Bauhaus-trained artist Benita Otte. In 1933, she earned a professional diploma from the Textile Engineering School in Berlin and earned fellowship grants to study Scandinavian weaving in Sweden and Finland. Upon completion of her studies, Guermonprez moved to Holland where she continued to foster her theoretical understanding of technical weave structures and patterns, working for the Dutch hand weaving production studio known as Het Paapje. Guermonprez came from a lineage of artists; her father, Dr. Heinrich Jalowetz was a... more.

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