Monica Bella-Broner (1911–1993). Weaving courses at the Loheland School; arts and crafts college. Beginning in 1929, studied at the weaving studio at the Bauhaus, Dessau, under Gunta Stölzl with courses given by Josef Albers, Klee and Kandinsky. During her studies, she worked on production patterns for the industrial manufacture of woven fabrics. Later founded her own film set studio in Palestine and worked as a textile stylist in the USA.