- Hans Krondahl
Hans Krondahl, born 1929, is a Swedish painter,
tapestryweaver, textile artistand textile designer.He studied painting and textile art at Konstfack, (State College of Arts, Crafts and Design) in Stockholm, 1955-1960.The artist set up his own weavingstudio in 1962, where he created tapestries and related artwork, and he also took up fabric designing for various Swedish companies.The studio closed in 1992.From the early 1960´s Hans Krondahl taught Textile Art and Design in various schools in Sweden and abroad. Periodically from 1974 on , Krondahl worked in the U.S.A.He held a position as Textile Design Expert for UNIDOin Bandung, Indonesiain 1979 and 1980.In 1981 Hans Krondahl became head of the Crafts Department, University of Gothenburgand in 1988 he was appointed Professor of Textile Art at the same institution.In 1965 Hans Krondahl was awarded the Lunning Prize.
Literature and sources
* "The Design Encyclopedia", MoMA, New York 2004.ISBN 0-87070-012-x
* "The Lunning Prize", Nationalmuseum, cat. 489, Stockholm 1986.ISBN 91-7100-297-9
* "34 Scandinavian Designers", ( Möller, S.E.), Copenhagen 1967.
* "Design since 1945", (ed. Hiesinger, Kathryn.), Philadelphia 1983.
* "Contemporary Textile Art" ( Talley ,Charles S.), Uppsala 1982.ISBN 91-7528-024-8
* "Twentieth-Century Pattern Design. (Jackson , Lesley ) New York 2002.ISBN 1-56898-333-6
* "Catalogue", http://www.artic.edu/aic/collections/search/citi/artist%3Ahans+krondahl
* "Designarkivet", http://www.designarkivet.wew.se/en/index.php?pageid=29
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