Walter Gropius and the Creation of the Bauhaus in Weimar: the Ideals and Artistic Theories of Its Founding Years.

Franciscono, Marcel.
Urbana, University of Illinois Press, 1971. 8:o. xvj, 336 pp. Illustrated. Publishers grey cloth with printed, slightly tanned, dust jacket, else a very good copy.

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Contents: Illustrations; Abbreviations; Introduction; The Ideas of Walter Gropius at the end of World War I: Change and Continuity; Gropius and the 1914 Werkbund Controversy; Bruno Taut, Adolf Behne, and the Mission of the Avant-Garde; The first Bauhaus Program and the Arbeitsrat für Kunst; The Inception of the Bauhaus and the Place of the Fine Arts in its Early Curriculum; Johannes Itten, the Bauhaus Preliminary Course, and the Bases of Design; Conclusion: Toward the Period of Consolidation; Appendix A-F; Bibliography; Index.

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