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Selbstbildnis mit erhobener Hand
Selbstbildnis mit erhobener Hand
Selbstbildnis mit erhobener Hand
Schlemmer, Oskar.
German painter, sculptor and stage desinger, Stuttgart
(Germany) 4.9.1888 – Baden-Baden (Germany) 13.4.1943.

“Selbstbildnis mit erhobener Hand”...
Five Figures in a Room (Roman)
Red Against Each Other
Staircase with wall painting
Figure with Bronzed Discs
The Dancer
Profile in Yellow
Hohe Kopfmaske
Das Triadische Ballett
The Golden Orb
Akt, Frau und Kommender
Small Composition II, Yellow-Red Group
Figures for Tiradic Ballet
The Golden Fish
Highways & Byways
String Puppet in a Window
Double Tent
Sketch for ‘On White II'
The Three Primary Colours
Falling silent
Small Worlds I
Scharfruhiges Rosa
Portrait of Itten
All in One
Greetings and Best Wishes from the Heart
Inhaling, Exhaling
Horizontal - Vertical
The high shore
Calm at Sea III
Halle, Am Trödel
Halle Cathedral
Gelmeroda IX
Head in Architecture
Dominan White
A 19
Photogram (Positive)
of 2
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Bauhaus Masters
"The Bauhaus strives to bring together all creative effort into one whole, to reunify all the disciplines of practical art —sculpture, painting, handicrafts, and the crafts— as inseparable components of a new architecture"
(Walter Gropius).

During the years of the Bauhaus (1919-1933) this aspiration solidified further, and the proclaimed synthesis of the arts and crafts reached its full potential during the so-called Dessau Period (1925-1932).

The courses and workshops were led by renowned artists, the "masters of form", each assisted by a craftsman.

Johannes Itten, László Moholy-Nagy (who was also head of the metal workshop) and Josef Albers led the preliminary course. Lyonel Feininger served as master of form in the printing workshop, Wassily Kandinsky and Paul Klee worked in the glass and wall painting workshop.

Oskar Schlemmer directed the stone sculpture workshop, the wood sculpture workshop, and the stage workshop.

Bauhaus selection