Design and Form: The Basic Course at the Bauhaus and Later
Profiles the Basic Course taught by Johannes Itten at the Bauhaus in Weimar, Germany and discusses how it helped students determine their creative talents, choose a career, learn elementary design.
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The Theory and Practice of Forms
Art of Color artistic Arts and Crafts Basic Course Bauhaus Bäumer Berlin black black black body breathing broad-narrow Bronstein brush charcoal chiaroscuro circular College of Arts College of Textile color circle complementary colors composed concentration constructive created creative cubic character Design and Form Dicker draw drawn Eastern philosophy effect essence expressive forms feeling form and color form character form contrasts Forms Exercises geometrical Graeff hand Hölzel Indian ink ink brush Itten College Johannes Itten Krefeld large-small laws of form light and dark light-dark contrast Lipovec materials montage movement Oskar Schlemmer painting patches Paul Klee perception pictorial composition points of accent possibilities produce proportions Rehse relaxation representation reproduced rhombus rhythm Roaring Tiger set the task smooth-rough Sonderbund square subjective forms syllabus talents teacher teaching Téry-Adler Textile Design texture studies theory of colors three-dimensional tion tone values triangle various Vienna Walter Gropius Weimar Windscheif wood workshops Zurich