Sam Francis

Untitled, 1984

106.7 X 73 inch

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What is Bauhaus?

What is Bauhaus?

Bauhaus was a school of art, design and architecture established in Weimar, Germany. Architect Wlater Gropius established it in 1919. Bauhaus used a method for teaching within a community of artists working together and incorporating art in the fundamentals of daily life.

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Josef Albers

Six Variants, 1969

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Max Bill

Farb-Quadrate, 1967

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Serigraph

EUR 1,125

Josef Albers

I-S LXXb, 1970

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Max Bill

Olympia München, 1970

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Max Bill

Untitled (Artists Against Torture) , 1993

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EUR 2,130

Frank Gehry

Brooklyn Atlantic Yards Masterplan, 2009

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Lithograph

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Conté

Conté is a vivid colored, waxy crayon. Nicolas-Jacques Conte’ invented them in 1795. Artists use sanding pads to sharpen their tips for drawing details, drag them flat on their sides for shading in large areas, and them to blend colors while drawing and sketching.

Wire

Wire is a single strand or rod of flexible metal. One of its earliest uses was for making chains and decorations for jewelry. It comes in varied thicknesses, and may be bent, braided and cut using wire tools, to create sculpture, assemblage and mobiles.

Graphite

Graphite is a form of carbon usually used to create the core of a pencil. It can be compressed to different levels of hardness. It’s power form is applied using a brush. Graphite erases easily. It was discovered in England’s Lake District in the 1500s.

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