Prominent Figures of the Textile Industry Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. During the time in which Raoul Dufy was creating textile designs, what was the most prominent design style in Europe?

Question 2 2. Which of the statements about Raoul Dufy and his work are NOT true?

Question 3 3. The sustainable textile designer _____ collaborates with a women's craft collective in Burkina Faso, enabling them to make a better living as they produce textiles to be used for fashions.

Question 4 4. Of the following textile designers, who includes downloadable knitting patterns on their website that customers can buy and use to make their own textile items?

Question 5 5. Interior textile designers create patterns on fabrics for which of the following purposes?

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Question 6 6. Which of the following designers created a pattern called 'Calyx' that became a hit at the 1951 Festival of Britain?

Question 7 7. In 1951, a designer in England created a fabric pattern called Calyx that proved very popular. Who created that design?

Question 8 8. What does a textile designer do?

Question 9 9. Scottish textile designers and manufacturers became especially known for damask fabrics. What is damask?

Question 10 10. Which of the following activities might a textile designer do?

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Question 11 11. The textile designer Bongiwe Walaza often uses a type of cotton printed fabric called _____ in her work. It's a fabric with long roots in South Africa.

Question 12 12. Textile and fashion designer Laduma Ngxokolo comes from which indigenous culture in South America?

Question 13 13. In the 19th century, the Scottish weaver _____ created patterns for muslins with open-work designs.

Question 14 14. The constructed textile designer Joseph Neil Paton was active in Scotland in the 19th century. With which company or school was he associated?

Question 15 15. Which of the following statements is true regarding Maggie Grey's first experiences with textile art and embroidery?

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Question 16 16. In addition to being an artist, Maggie Grey is also a writer. Which of the following is one of her accomplishments with respect to writing about textiles?

Question 17 17. Mary White designed many popular textile patterns beginning in the 1950s. Of the following names, which was a very popular pattern she created?

Question 18 18. Which famous British textile designer was influential in the Arts and Crafts Movement?

Question 19 19. Screen printing is a process of _____.

Question 20 20. Which 1950s textile designer was known for unusual color combinations, in addition to her poppies themed embroidery?

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Question 21 21. Of the following textile designers, who created woven works that commented on political and world events?

Question 22 22. _____ was a German artist who created textile designs influenced by ideas like color theory and abstraction. She helped establish the weaving workshop at the Bauhaus.

Question 23 23. Of the following designers, which one creates bright patterns based on the creatures of her native country, Australia?

Question 24 24. With respect to contemporary textile designers, what is one element they and their work share?

Question 25 25. The artist and fashion textile designer _____ created designs for fabric used by French fashion designer Paul Poiret.

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Question 26 26. The roles of a fashion designer and a fashion textile designer are related but not exactly the same. Of the following activities, which would a fashion textile designer do?

Question 27 27. Among many kinds of processes used to make textiles is _____, where two threads are interspersed or interlaced at right angles on equipment called a loom.

Question 28 28. Of the following contemporary Australian textile artists, which one began making colorful images when living in Kathmandu, Nepal?

Question 29 29. Sonia Delaunay was a painter and textile designer who used color in specific ways. Of the following descriptions of textile designs, which would be one of hers?

Question 30 30. You're standing in a museum exhibit looking at a woman's dress styled by Paul Poiret in a bold colored textile. It has flowers made by wood-block printing that repeat in a large design over the fabric surface. Which textile designer likely created the textile for this dress?

Prominent Figures of the Textile Industry Chapter Exam Instructions

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