Theo van Doesburg







        Counter-Composition VI c.1924
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        Vintage Bauhaus THEO VAN DOESBURG Counter-Composition VI c1924 250gsm GLOSS ART CARD A3 Reproduction Poster
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        • Date: 2010s
        • Framed/Unframed: Unframed
        • Dimensions: A3 - 420mm X 297mm


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        A wonderful Bauhaus print/poster on 250gsm gloss art card.

        I've bought a few of these from World of Art over the last few months and when I run out I put a link here to their amazon.co.uk Bauhaus page here.

        There can be no doubt that The Bauhaus was the most famous school of architecture, design and craftsmanship of modern times. What's more important today to remember is its continuing influence on art school training all over the world. That can never be overestimated.

        The architect W. Gropius founded it in 1919 at Weimar, in Germany. By 1925 it had moved to Dessau and then to Berlin. The Nazis closed it in 1933, the year they came to power. Teachers included Albers, Feininger, Klee and Kandinsky. Its overriding feature was to face the problem of machine production. Of course, the influence of Doesburg, De Stijl, and Schlemmer is all too apparent in this.

        Moholy-Nagy opened The New Bauhaus at Chicago in 1937.


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        Sept 14: this Bauhaus poster is available at World of Art's amazon.co.uk store (direct link)



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