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Xanti Schawinsky

Xanti Schawinsky

S. Franke, Gouden Vlinders (Golden Butterflies), Blaricum: De Waelburgh, 1927. Cover and illustrations by Lou Loeber.

Lou Loeber, ‘Gouden Vlinders’ Illustrations Gouden Vlinders is a picture book from 1927 written by S. Franke and illustrated by De Stijl-exponent Lou Loeber.

Bauhaus, Xanti Schawinsky. Designs costumes and scenery for the circus scene tamer and the beast.

Bauhaus – Xanti Schawinsky – Circus, stage project Malevich for “Victory over the Sun”

Stepptänzer versus Steppmaschine, 1924 Xanti Schawinsky  Courtesy of the Norman Waitt Jr. Collection.  Photo: Daniel Schawinsky

Stepptänzer versus Steppmaschine, 1924 Xanti Schawinsky Courtesy of the Norman Waitt Jr.

Die Bauhauskapelle : Hans Hoffmann, Heinrich Koch, Rudolph Paris, Andreas Weininger

Die Bauhauskapelle : Hans Hoffmann, Heinrich Koch, Rudolph Paris, Andreas Weininger

Backstage Bauhaus

Xanti Schawinsky, The Robber Ballet (Three Gentlemen of Verona), 1925

Lou Loeber en haar streven naar harmonie en evenwicht - Mark Smit Kunsthandel

Lou Loeber en haar streven naar harmonie en evenwicht - Mark Smit Kunsthandel

Photo by Karl Grill 1926.

Karl Grill, Untitled (Daisy Spies as the Spiral in Oskar Schlemmer’s “Triadic Ballet”), 1926

Building Game " Bauhaus Bauspiel" still manufactured by Nauf in Switzerlan was designed by Alma Siedhoff-Buscher in 1923.  In 1922 she entered the Bauhaus. In connection with the major Bauhaus exhibition of 1923, she designed the furnishings of the children’s room in the prototype Am Horn house & participated in Ludwig Hirschfeld-Mack’s Colour-Light Games. She also created various children’s toys such as the Small Ship-Building Game and a puppet theatre.

Building Game " Bauhaus Bauspiel" still manufactured by Nauf in Switzerlan was designed by Alma Siedhoff-Buscher in In 1922 she entered the Bauhaus. In connection with the major Bauhaus exhibition of 1923

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