|Prints: Guinea Fowl 1941; inset: Lime Leaf 1946|
Marie Gudme Leth's bold and simple designs haven't dated - they still look fresh today. According to the museum brochure, "Leth revived textile printing as an artisanal craft in Denamark around 1030...". She reinvented herself several times during her long and productive career, adapting to changes in taste and manufacturing methods.
Here's a link to a Google Images collection of Marie Gudme Leth's work.