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Circle Segments, László Moholy-Nagy
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I'm sharing tips on how to incorporate the Bauhaus style into your home! Piece by László Moholy-Nagy

Moholy -Nagy Laszlo,Circle Inspiration for Heisler chairs.

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For those familiar, Bauhaus literally translates to house of construction and.

Circle Segments, László Moholy-Nagy

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flasd: László Moholy-Nagy, Segments of a Circle, 1921 (source) (via theshipthatflew)

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This is the first of three works painted on a new type of aluminium called silberit, hence the title. From the mid-1920s, Moholy-Nagy abandoned traditional easel painting in favour of experimentation with new industrial materials, such as aluminium, plastic and celluloid. Aluminium had associations with new technology and also satisfied Moholy-Nagy’s desire to, as he put it, ‘paint with light’, since the material was…

Sil I 1933 - László Moholy-Nagy - Oil and incised lines on silberit. This is the first of three works painted on a new type of aluminium called silberit, hence the title.

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