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  • 1. Post WWI France
  • 2. Amadeo Modigliani
  • 3. Amadeo Modigliani
  • 4. Amadeo Modigliani
  • 5. Amadeo Modigliani
  • 6. Amadeo Modigliani
  • 7. Henri Matisse
  • 8. Henri Matisse
  • 9. Henri Matisse
  • 10. Henri Matisse
  • 11. Henri Matisse
  • 12. Henri Matisse
  • 13. Henri Matisse
  • 14. Henri Matisse
  • 15. Pablo Picasso
  • 16. Pablo Picasso
  • 17. Pablo Picasso“Parade” Costumes
  • 18. Pablo Picasso“Parade” Costumes
  • 19. Pablo PicassoNessus and Dejanira
  • 20. Pablo Picasso Guernica
  • 21. Pablo Picasso Guernica
  • 22. Pablo PicassoMassacre in Korea
  • 23. Fernand Leger – Three Women
  • 24. Le Corbusier – Still Life
  • 25. Le Corbusier – Still Life
  • 26. De Stijl
  • 27. Piet Mondrian
  • 28. “The emotion of beautyis always obscured bythe appearance of theobject. Therefore theobject must beeliminated from thepicture.” Piet Mondrian
  • 29. Piet Mondrian
  • 30. Piet Mondrian
  • 31. Piet Mondrian
  • 32. Piet Mondrian
  • 33. Piet Mondrian
  • 34. Piet Mondrian
  • 35. Piet Mondrian
  • 36. Piet Mondrian
  • 37. Theo van Doesburg
  • 38. Paul Cezanne
  • 39. Van Doesburg
  • 40. Van Doesburg
  • 41. Gerrit Rietveld – Schroeder House
  • 42. Gerrit Rietveld – Schroeder House
  • 43. Gerrit Rietveld – Schroeder House
  • 44. Gerrit Rietveld – Red and Blue Chair
  • 45. The Bauhaus
  • 46. Walter Gropius
  • 47. “Architects, painters, and sculptors mustrecognize anew and learn to grasp thecomposite character of a building both asan entity and in its separate parts. Onlythen will their work be imbued with thearchitectonic spirit which it has lost assalon art. Together let usdesire, conceive, and create the newstructure of the future, which will embracearchitecture and sculpture and painting inone unity and which will one day risetoward heaven from the hands of a millionworkers like the crystal symbol of a newfaith.” Walter Gropius
  • 48. Curtain wall
  • 49. Walter Gropius and Adolph Meyer Fagus Shoe Factory
  • 50. Walter Gropius and Adolph MeyerModel Factory for Werkbund Exhibition
  • 51. Walter GropiusBauhaus workshop wing
  • 52. László Moholy-Nagy
  • 53. “Designing is not aprofession but anattitude...Thinking inrelationships.” László Moholy-Nagy
  • 54. László Moholy-Nagy
  • 55. László Moholy-Nagy
  • 56. László Moholy-Nagy
  • 57. László Moholy-Nagy
  • 58. László Moholy-Nagy
  • 59. László Moholy-Nagy
  • 60. Josef Albers
  • 61. Josef Albers
  • 62. Josef Albers
  • 63. Anni Albers
  • 64. Paul Klee
  • 65. A drawing issimply a line goingfor a walk. Paul Klee
  • 66. Paul Klee
  • 67. Paul Klee
  • 68. Paul Klee
  • 69. Marcel Breuer
  • 70. Marcel Breuer
  • 71. Herbert Bayer
  • 72. Herbert Bayer
  • 73. Naum Gabo
  • 74. Anton Pevsner
  • 75. Mies van der Rohe
  • 76. Mies van der Rohe Lemke Residence
  • 77. Mies van der RoheBarcelona furniture