Anna Wielander Platzgummer (Schlander, 1937)

Anna Wielander Platzgummer is a South Tyrollean artist and teacher. After her studies at The Academy of Fine Arts in Munich, she moved back to Italy in 1961 to attend the Faculty of Textile Design at the University of Florence. The works she designed for Handdruck are inspired by nature and the rock-carved symbols in the Dolomite mountains. She was most active in the Handdruck collective during the 1970s.

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