Muriel Cooper, cover of the Bauhaus publication, 1969. MIT press. More to see here
Paul Klee, Rhythmic, 1930. Oil on canvas. WikiPaintings
Paul Klee, Dream City, Traumstadt, 1918. Oil on canvas. Collection Dr. Bernhard Sprengel. Via WikiPaintings.
Paul Klee, Bird garden, 1924. Pinakothek der Moderne, München. Source
Paul Klee, Castle and Sun, Burg und Sonne, 1928. Oil on canvas. Private Collection. Via wiki
Paul Klee, Groynes, 1925. Watercolour, pen and ink. Via WikiPaintings.
Paul Klee, The Mask with the Little Flag, 1925. Via WikiPaintings
Paul Klee, Feuer am Abend, Fire evening, 1929. MoMA collection. WikiPaintings
Paul Klee, Growth of the Night Plants, 1922. Pinakothek der Moderne, München. Via wikipaintings
Grit Kallin-Fischer, Costume design for Spinning Tops in Petrouschka, 1927. Gouache and graphite on paper. Collection of the McNay Art Museum. Via flickr
Hannes Meyer, Co-op folding chair, directors chair, 1926. Switzerland.
Designed for the Co-op Room for Meyer’s project The Mobile Living and Sleeping Cell for Modern Nomads. The room was reduced to the most essential necessities and only furnished with a mattress, a small wall shelf, a gramophone, and a folding chair. In 1927 Meyer presented the interior on the occasion of a Bauhaus exhibition, where El Lissitzky was immensely fascinated by it. Dorotheum
Marianne Brandt, napkin holder, 1930-32. Ruppelwerke, Germany. Via Wright.
Lucia Moholy, Kitchen of the Bauhaussiedlung Dessau, 1926. Gelatin silver print. Via Lempertz
Paul Klee, Beiträge zur bildnerischen Formlehre, 1922. Bauhaus Weimar.