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Aubette Design for The Stage Pour Le Plafond - Theo van Doesburg - Framed art Print

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Type: Print On Demand Image

Collections: 20th Century Artists,  Abstract,  Abstract Expressionism,  Abstract Geometric,  Modern Art,  Theo van Doesburg,  


  • Framed Abstract Expressionism art print (50 x 41 cm) by Theo van Doesburg.
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  • Framed Size is 50 x 41 cm.
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About this artwork

Theo van Doesburg, a Dutch artist, founded the De Stijl art movement, famous for its abstract forms, basic layouts, and primary hues. In 1926, he was given the job of revamping the interior of Aubette, a historic building situated in Place Kleber, Strasbourg, France. 'Aubette Design for The Stage Pour Le Plafond' showcases Van Doesburg's unique design for the grand stage ceiling of the Aubette theatre.



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About the artist

Theo van Doesburg, born as Christian Emil Marie Küpper (1883-1931), was an important Dutch artist. His earliest work closely followed the Amsterdam Impressionists and mirrored Vincent van Gogh's style and subjects. However, in 1913, upon reading Wassily Kandinsky's Rückblicke, a retrospective on Kandinsky's life from 1903 to 1913, van Doesburg had an epiphany. He realised that painting could transcend everyday life and embody a higher spiritual level, and that abstraction was the only fitting representation.

While serving in the army in 1915, he encountered Piet Mondrian's work, which embodied his ideal in painting, an absolute abstraction of reality. Alongside Mondrian and fellow artists like Bart van der Leck, Antony Kok, Vilmos Huszár, and Jacobus Oud, he established the group and magazine De Stijl in 1917. The group, akin to the Bauhaus, was devoted to the synthesis of fine and applied arts through pure geometry and abstraction. Van Doesburg embraced minimalism, favoring primary colours and stark black and white.In 1929 he was pivotal in the formation of the Abstraction-Création group in Paris. His died 1931 in Davos, Switzerland.

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