Curtain panel


Gustav Stickley ( American, 1858 - 1942 )


Theresa Lundblad ( American, 1885 - 1979 )

c. 1908
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General Description

This finely worked cotton net curtain panel, unlike most textiles of the Craftsman Workshops, is composed of entirely abstracted, geometric forms. This panel was produced in Gustav Stickley’s Boston workshop and showroom, which opened in 1908—the same year in which this design was published in The Craftsman. Stickley sold his works through dozens of retailers across the United States, as well as in his firm’s branch stores in Boston, Washington, D.C., and New York.

Adapted from

Kevin Tucker, "Gustav Stickley and the American Arts and Crafts Movement" label copy, January 2011

Web Resources

The Stickley Museum
Learn more about the origins of Stickley furniture and designs.