Zigzag Braid by Felice Rix-Uno, 1922. Metropolitan Museum of Art]]
|Died||1967 (aged 73–74)|
|Education||University of Applied Arts Vienna|
|Occupation||Textile, wallpaper, and craft designer|
|Known for||Influential figure in the Japanese modern art scene|
Early life and education
She worked at Wiener Werkstätte. There, she designed wallpaper and textiles. She married Japanese architect Isaburo Ueno in 1925, who worked at Hoffmann's architecture firm. They moved to Japan. She would teach at the Kyoto School of Arts after World War II.
Her work is in held in the collection of the Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Art Institute of Chicago, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, and the National Museum of Modern Art, Kyoto. The National Museum of Modern Art describes her work as "demonstrating the fusion of sensibilities of Vienna and Kyoto."
- "Felice Rix-Ueno". Textile Designers. Beloved Linens. Retrieved 5 October 2012.
- "The Isaburo & Felice "Lizzi" Ueno-Rix Collection From Vienna to Kyoto/From Architecture to Crafts". Exhibitions. National Museum of Modern Art, Kyoto. Retrieved 5 October 2012.
- Felice Rix-Ueno | People | Collection of Smithsonian Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum
- The Metropolitan Museum of Art - ZIGZAG BRAID
- Rix-Ueno, Felice | The Art Institute of Chicago
- Felice Rix-Ueno. Untitled. Los Angeles County Museum of Art