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WILLI BAUMEISTER. GEMÄLDE UND ZEICHNUNGEN.

WILLI BAUMEISTER (1889-1955) 

 Willi Baumeister one of the major representatives of the historical avant-garde, is classed among those German artists who were able to uphold the ideas and hopes of modernism throughout the period of political repression and the Second World War. His oeuvre and his teaching career at the Stuttgart State Academy of Art and Design range from the classical fields of painting, drawing and print graphics to applied art, mainly typography and stage design.
This book presents a concentrated survey of Bau­meister’s entire production, his drawings and paintings since the 1910s up to the 1950s. The essays – which explore Baumeister’s amicable and professional relations to Switzerland, Italy and Spain, among other things – are ­augmented by a selection of his own texts in which Baumeister writes about the basic themes of abstract art, the significance of the flat plane, the relations between the picture and its environs, between color and space.

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Emne Modernisme
Kunstner BAUMEISTER, Willi
Forfatter Hadwig Goes m.fl.
Sprog Tysk tekst
Illustrationer 185 ill. heraf 144 i farver
Format / Sideantal 29 x 25 cm / 188 sider
Udgivelsesår 2012
Indbinding indbundet
Forlag Richter Verlag
Antikvarisk
Antal
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ISBN 9783941263345
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WILLI BAUMEISTER (1889-1955) 

 Willi Baumeister one of the major representatives of the historical avant-garde, is classed among those German artists who were able to uphold the ideas and hopes of modernism throughout the period of political repression and the Second World War. His oeuvre and his teaching career at the Stuttgart State Academy of Art and Design range from the classical fields of painting, drawing and print graphics to applied art, mainly typography and stage design.
This book presents a concentrated survey of Bau­meister’s entire production, his drawings and paintings since the 1910s up to the 1950s. The essays – which explore Baumeister’s amicable and professional relations to Switzerland, Italy and Spain, among other things – are ­augmented by a selection of his own texts in which Baumeister writes about the basic themes of abstract art, the significance of the flat plane, the relations between the picture and its environs, between color and space.