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De stijl
    1917-1931
De Stijl – “The Style”
• Dutch artistic movement, founded in Netherlands. Also
known as Neo-Plasticism.

• Founders: Piet ...
De Stijl Magazine First Front Cover.
                 1917 - Vilmos Huszár



• The group’s monthly journal called
‘De-Sti...
Theo van doesburg
                                                                             1883-1931
• Dutch artist.

...
Theo van doesburg




Simultaneous Counter-Composition 1929   Counter Composition V, 1925.
Piet mondrian
                                                           1872-1944
• Dutch Painter.

• Important contribut...
Piet mondrian




                Composition with Red, Blue, and Yellow
                Neo Plastisicm - 1930
Gerrit rietveld
                                            1888-1964
• Dutch furniture designer and architect.

• One of ...
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  1. 1. De stijl 1917-1931
  2. 2. De Stijl – “The Style” • Dutch artistic movement, founded in Netherlands. Also known as Neo-Plasticism. • Founders: Piet Mondrian & Theo van Doesburg. • Utopian idea of spiritual harmony & order. Simplified to vertical and horizontal lines. • Used only primary colors along with black and white. • Not to reflect reality but rather to express the harmony that they believed was the law of universe. • Their works of art helped the public along the path to truth and purity.
  3. 3. De Stijl Magazine First Front Cover. 1917 - Vilmos Huszár • The group’s monthly journal called ‘De-Stijl’ started in 1917. • This longing for harmony developed in the chaotic times of WW1. • Journal continued to be printed until 1931 when Theo van Doesburg died.
  4. 4. Theo van doesburg 1883-1931 • Dutch artist. • Founder and Leader of De Stijl. • Complete abstraction of reality in his paintings. • He was more flamboyant and extravagant. • Split up with his colleague, Piet Mondrian in 1924 due to disagreements. Composition VII- The Three Graces, 1917
  5. 5. Theo van doesburg Simultaneous Counter-Composition 1929 Counter Composition V, 1925.
  6. 6. Piet mondrian 1872-1944 • Dutch Painter. • Important contributor to De Stijl. • An introvert by nature. Composition with Grids: Checkerboard Composition with Light Colors - 1919
  7. 7. Piet mondrian Composition with Red, Blue, and Yellow Neo Plastisicm - 1930
  8. 8. Gerrit rietveld 1888-1964 • Dutch furniture designer and architect. • One of the principal members of De Stijl. • Famous for his Red and Blue chair design. • The chair was designed for the Rietveld Schroder House which is a UNESCO world heritage site. Red and Blue Chair - 1917
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