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Dutch prints, De Stijl, and David Hockney


Apollo Magazine - Jan 4, 2017
At home in the Netherlands, I am looking forward to the centenary celebration of the Dutch art and design movement De Stijl. The Gemeentemuseum in The Hague, holder of the world's greatest Piet Mondrian collection, will put all 300 works on show in one ...
 

The Netherlands marks 100 years of De Stijl


Yahoo Singapore News - Dec 29, 2016
In the same year, painter, poet and critic Theo van Doesburg launched the magazine De Stijl ("The style") to provide a platform for avant-garde artists, designers and architects.The publication attracted contributors including Gerrit Rietveld, Bart van ...
 

Hoe zit het met die twee dunne lijnen?


NRC - Jan 13, 2017
Ook correspondeerde hij veelvuldig met onder meer verzamelaars en schreef hij artikelen over de Nieuwe Beelding of neoplasticisme, zoals hij zijn abstracte kunst noemde, voor tijdschriften als De Stijl en i10. In tegenstelling tot Hanssens biografie is ...
 

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vintage design Child's Chair, Gerrit Rietveld, De Stijl, modernism, art deco


 

RARE 1950's GERRIT RIETVELD METAL DE STIJL WALL SCULPTURE BAUHAUS


 

Original Custom Artist Made De Stijl Modern Style Aluminum Purple Heart Chair


 

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De Stijl books

Mondrian: The Art of Destruction


by: Carel Blotkamp
This book on Mondrian, one of the great pioneers of abstract art, analyzes the interrelation between his paintings and his theories on art and life as expressed in public writings and (largely unpublished) letters. Mondrian's art was not based on reasoning or calculation – on the contrary, intuition was central to his concept of the artistic process – but he always felt a strong urge to position his art in a wider cultural and philosophical context. Crucial to Mondrian's thought was the Theosophical notion of evolution, which required the destruction of the old to make room for the new, in life, in society and in art.
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De Stijl


by: Paul Overy
De Stijl ("The Style") was the name given to the work of the architects, designers and artists associated with the magazine of the same title edited by Theo van Doesburg and founded in Holland in 1917. De Stijl was international in its outlook: in contact with the Bauhaus and the Russian Constructivists, it helped create the ideology and formal language of modernism. This survey illuminates the works of Mondrian and the architecture and designs of Oud, Wils, Huszar and Rietveld, all of whom aimed to create an objective art concerned with universal values, expressed in primary geometric forms and pure colors.
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The De Stijl Environment


by: Nancy J. Troy
The Dutch magazine De Stijl, published from 1917 to 1931, was the focus of a remarkable group of advanced artists and architects who sought to combine their individual talents in collaborative projects that reflected their social and aesthetic ideals.

The De Stijl Environment explores the group's approach to exterior and interior spaces and to furniture. It treats such themes as color, abstraction, and the corner, and describes the various collaborative efforts within the movement, in particular, the one that produced the De Stijl environment.
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de Stijl


by: Hans L. C. Jaffe
The De Stijl group-so named after the journal which was its mouthpiece-produced one of the revolutionary modern artistic movements. Formed in Leiden in 1917, its first members were the painters Mondrian, Bart van der Leck, Vilmos Huszar, and Theo van Doesburg its founder and guiding spirit. Strongly influenced by the Cubists, the group was united in the total abandonment of naturalistic representation in favor of a purely abstract art, dominated by the use of straight lines, right angles, the primary colors, and black, gray, and white.
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Introduction to De Stijl


De Stijl was a modern art movement from the Netherlands focused on structural and visual simplicity.
 

Modernism: De Stijl


Dutch for The Style (pronounced the same), De Stijl was the name of a group of artists and architects who gathered around the largely theoretical architect Theo ...
 

Louis Andriessen - De Stijl


Part III of De Materie by Louis Andriessen On the subject matter of the artwork of Piet Mondrian.
 

De Stijl - A short intro


a short intro of the De Stijl movement.
 

History of De Stijl


تاریخچه سبک طراحی د-استیل تاریخ تولید: مرداد 1384 History of De Stijl Date of Production: July 2005.