Jack Lenor Larsen, Remoulade, 1954; machine-woven linen, cotton, silk

Woven textile of coordinating blue, green, and yellow yarns in a randomized plaid.

Gift of Hal Cary.

Artwork Info

Type of Work Textile
Medium machine-woven linen, cotton, silk
Dimensions 108" x 50"
Movement Cranbrook school

Artist Info

Name Jack Lenor Larsen
Born January 1, 1927
Role artist, textile designer, weaver, designer, architect
Culture American, Scandinavian influence
Education University of Washington (architecture), Cranbrook Academy (MFA)
Notes or Bio

Larsen’s involvement with the Oregon Ceramic Studio early in his career fostered an ongoing relationship, and he continued to show and sell works there before ultimately returning as a curator for the studio’s 50th anniversary show of historic textiles.

Credits: Photo by Dan Kvitka

Rights: All Rights Reserved

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