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Very Good. "Stijl, De", 1917-31: Visions of Utopia. 255p. : ill.(some col.), plans,ports. Includes: illustrations, portraits, plans. Published on the occasion of the exhibition organized by Walker Art Center. Includes index.
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Fine in Fine jacket. Book. 11&1/2" by 9&1/4" White embossed binding with black title and decoration, clean and tight, 255 pages, numerous black and white illustrations, a few color illustrations; jacket is clean and bright.
Very Good in Very Good jacket. Jacket has Minor shelf wear, binding tight, bottom edge has chipping, pages clean and unmarked. Modern art, modern architecture and modern design all look as they do in part because of De Stijl, the brilliant international art movement centered in Holland between 1917 and 1931. Going beyond Cubism to total abstraction, painter Piet Mondrian, designer Gerrit Rietveld, painter/architect/writer Theo van Doesburg and other De Stijl artists created a unique new visual vocabulary. With deceptively simple planes of pure color-usually red, yellow, blue, black, gray and white-they produced works of astonishing variety and remarkable eloquence, which have a lasting impact on 20th century sensibilities. Every aspect of this diverse movement is thoroughly documented in this lavishly illustrated volume, which is published in conjunction with the first major exhibition of De Stijl art in nearly three decades.255 pages, profusely illustrated, Chronology, Biographies/Bibliographies; Acknowledgments; Lenders to the Exhibition, Index.
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