Hilde Hubbuch, abstract composition,1932.Gelatin silver print.
Hubbuch attended lectures at the Bauhaus in the summer of 1932. This composition shows an affinity with the teachings there in its appreciation of the integrity of raw materials and its admiration for materials that are mass-produced, functional, and aesthetically pleasing. Via J. Paul Getty Museum
Theodor Bogler, kitchen set for the Haus am Horn, Weimar, 1923. Made by Velten-Vordam. Weimar Classics Foundation. © Klassik Stiftung Weimar. Re-edition by manufactum, Germany.
Paul Klee, Study, 1928. Collage and Crayon on paper on cardboard. Zentrum Paul Klee, Bern. Bauhaus Archiv.
Walter Gropius, Haus Auerbach, W33, 1924. Jena, Germany. One of the rare, actually realized residence buildings of Gropius, based on a “Baukasten” system, standardized cubic moduls for a “Wohnmaschine” (residence machine). Source 1 © JenaKultur 📷 Frank Müller Source 2 3 4
Margaretha Reichardt, design for a carpet, 1926-30. Angermuseum Erfurt 📷 Constantin Beyer
Margaretha Reichardt, album of textile designs and student work, patterns and samples, 1928. Via Bonhams.
Grete Reichardt was a textile designer and hand weaver, who after studying at the Bauhaus from 1926-31, ran her own workshops in Erfurt, Germany, for some fifty years.
Werner David Feist, Porträt Margaretha Reichardt, 1929-30. Via Bauhaus online
Margaretha Reichardt, Little Peg dolls, 1926. Exercise from Josef Albers’ Bauhaus preliminary course. Re-edtion via naefspiele.ch
Gunta Stölzl, Sample for curtain fabric, 1926/27. Plain weave, cotton, rayon. Bauhaus-Archiv Berlin. Via GuntaStoelzl.org
Paul Klee, Reifendes Wachstum, 1921. Watercolor over pencil on paper and collage. Sold by Christie’s for $1,142,500.
Michael van Beuren, Webbed chairs, 1940s. Made by Domus, Hamburg - Mexico.
The U.S.-born van Beuren (1911-2004) was a Bauhaus-trained architect who emigrated to Mexico City in the late 1930’s. Along with Klaus Grabe and Morley Webb, he designed a prize-winning chaise lounge for MoMA’s 1941 “Organic Design in Home Furnishings” competition. That chaise was the basis for this chair design.
Grit Kallin-Fischer (German, 1897–1973), [Graphic Design Composed of Stenciled Letters (HIER, RA), Folded Black Paper, Pencil, Triangle], 1920s-30s. Gelatin Silver Print. Didot versus Albers bauhaus font. Via met museum.
Marcel Breuer & Katt Both, Wardrobe for a children’s room, 1924. Made by the Bauhaus Carpenter’s Workshop, Weimar. Door painted in blackboard lacquer. Gallery Ulrich Fiedler, Berlin.
Paul Klee, Vocal Fabric of the Singer Rosa Silber, 1922.
Naum Slutzky, biscuit barrel, 1934. Electroplated nickel silver. Berlin. V&A