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- The House of the White Man: A Mathematical Description
- Design and Form: The Basic Course at the Bauhaus and Later
- Design and Form
- Johannes Itten Design Form
The House of the White Man: A Mathematical Description
New York: Reinhold, First English-language edition, third printing from Publishers yellow cloth stamped in black. Photo illustrated dust jacket. Front board very slightly bowed. Former owners signature to front free endpaper. Small part of rear cloth bottom edge marked by a stain. Light wear overall. Yellow spine not sunned -- very unusual for this title. Interior unmarked and clean. A nice copy of a book whose pedagogical nature invites abuse. A very good or better copy in a nearly fine dust jacket.
For the first time in print a complete description of the famous basic course at the Bauhaus is presented by the teacher who organized it -- a landmark of modern art education which has become a benchmark for future courses.
Translated by John Maas. Freitag citing 2nd edition ; Spalek ; Sharp p. A valuable book for the teacher of design. From the Dust jacket: "Here for the first time is a complete description of one of the landmarks of modern art education — the famous Basic Course at the Bauhaus in Weimar, Germany - written by the teacher who organized it at the invitation of Walter Gropius in The Basic Course was organized by Johannes Itten as a trial period to judge the students with varying educational backgrounds who arrived from all parts of the country.
Its purpose was three-fold: to determine the creative talents of the students, to help them in their choice of a career, and to teach elementary design as a basis for future careers in the arts. After successfully completing the Basic Course, the students were taught crafts in the Bauhaus workshop and at the same time were trained as designers for future cooperation with industry. Each of the plates has a detailed description which will help the reader to understand the purpose of art education.
The wide range of original student works includes studies of nature, pure forms and abstractions, as well as three-dimensional works and projects in the applied arts. In addition there are some very exciting documents on the evolution of modern art education. It explains the Basic Course as a means for individual creative growth and can be used by all art teachers as a foundation for their own basic courses. Von Erffa states: "Itten was our guiding spirit The teaching methods that Itten used in those early days, and which were partly his invention, are now widely used in the United States.
The fundamentals are contained in the work of these artists. The question of art education, however, engaged the attention of two men in particular, Johannes Itten and Paul Klee. Johannes Itten put his stamp on the preli-minary course at the Bauhaus.
Itten's work here between and was unique. It was repeated by his pupils and successors and further developed by Itten himself during his periods of teaching in Berlin, Krefeld and Zurich. Being as much a resourceful teacher as an imaginative artist, these two sides of his striking personality have always comple-mented each other.
Various elements have contributed to his formation: His youthful admiration for Van Gogh, Cezanne and the Cubist Artists in Paris, and, of particular importance, the studies with Adolf Holzel in Stuttgart, where, among his fellow stu-dents, he met Schlemmer and Baumeister. Itten is not concerned with figurative or non-figurative art.
His main effort is a search for the laws of color and form, harmony and contrasts, as revealed in the abstract of the Viennese period as clearly as in his latest works created since his retirement as Director of the Zurich Kunstgewerbe-schule. Facebook Instagram Twitter.
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Design and Form: The Basic Course at the Bauhaus and Later
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Design and Form
Johannes Itten, along with Walter Gropius and others, was one of the most important founders of the Bauhaus in Weimar, and a teacher at the same time. Even if Itten was not a mathematician, he had a great interest in different geometric forms, and revealed a great mathematical intuition. This is a preview of subscription content, access via your institution.
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Johannes Itten Design Form
As a flame produces light, light produces color. The colors we see are light waves absorbed or reflected by everything around us. Ships from and sold by Amazon. A practical, visual guide that takes the guesswork out of color theory.
Johannes Itten 11 November — 25 March was a Swiss expressionist painter , designer, teacher, writer and theorist associated with the Bauhaus Staatliches Bauhaus school. From to he trained as an elementary school teacher. Itten's studies at the Bern-Hofwil Teachers' Academy with Ernst Schneider proved seminal for his later work as a master at the Bauhaus. Itten adopted principles espoused by Schneider, including the practice of not correcting his students' creative work on an individual basis, for fear that this would crush the creative impulse.
New York: Reinhold, First English-language edition, third printing from Publishers yellow cloth stamped in black. Photo illustrated dust jacket. Front board very slightly bowed. Former owners signature to front free endpaper.
Germany and the whole world will commemorate this year the centenary of one of the most famous architecture style of the 20th century. The Staatliches Bauhaus emerged in and was led by the architect Walter Gropius. It is important to note that Bauhaus from the beginning was not only an architectural style, but a school that combined crafts and the fine arts, influences from modernism, the English Arts and Crafts movement, and Constructivism. We collected for you the main principles of the movement, some of them are included in its manifesto While Bauhaus itself was operational from to its ideals are still spread worldwide and relevant. It was inspired by the classic works of Bauhaus designers. Also published on Medium.
PDF presentation can be viewed here. Johannes Itten was a Swiss color theorist and artist who taught the foundation course in craft through the study of color and form at the Bauhaus Zifcak
Embed Size px x x x x The course structure forbasic design has to be different from any other art form such as graphic design, A list of action words ormanipulative verbs is explored to manipulate the basic form.
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