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De Stijl, vol.1, no.1 (Delfi, October 1917), a Theodoro van Doesburg editum. Tegmen primorum fasciculorum decem, 1917–1931, designatio originalis Vilmos Huszár.

De Stijl (Nederlandice, 'modus'), etiam neoplasticismus appellatum, fuit motus artis Nederlandicus Lugduni Batavorum anno 1917 fundatus, cuius sodales plerumque erant artifices et architecti.[1] Sensu stricto, vocabulum De Stijl corpus operum attingit quae inter annos 1917 et 1931 in Nederlandia facta sunt.[2][3] Homines qui De Stijl favebant puram abstractionem et quod universalitatem appellare solebant per formas coloresque imminuendos suadebant; compositiones recte et librate simplificabant, solum nigro, albo, coloribusque primariis utentes.

Theodori van Doesburg Compositio VII (tres gratiae) (1917).
De Stijl (Novembri 1921), Dadaismus.
De Stijl, Edictum I (Novembri 1918).
Sella rubra et caerulea, a Gerrit Rietveld designata; versio sine coloribus (1919), versio cum coloribus (1923).
Domus Rietveld Schröder (1924), solum aedificium plene constructum secundum principia De Stijl.
Petri Mondrian Composition en couleur A (1917). Museum Kröller-Müller.
Van Doesburg et Rietveld, partes interiores (c.1919). Rijksmuseum Amstelodami.

De Stijl fuit diarium quod a Theodoro can Doesburg, pictore, designatore, scriptore, criticoque Nederlandico, edebatur, quod gregis rationes propagabat. Cum van Doesburg, principales gregis sodales erant Petrus Mondrian, Vilmos Huszár, ac Bart van der Leck pictores, et Gerrit Rietveld, Robertus van 't Hoff, et J. J. P. Oud architecti. Philosophia artifex in qua opera gregis condita sunt neoplasticismus appellatur, nomen quod significat novam artem plasticam (Nederlandice Nieuwe Beelding).

In musica praeterea, De Stijl opera Iacobi van Domselaer compositoris amicique Mondriani, movit. Qui inter 1913 et 1916 Proeven van Stijlkunst ('Experimenta modo artifici facta') composuit, plerumque a picturis Mondrianis motus. Haec musica, minimalistisa et eodem tempore maxime inusitata, elementa musica "librata" et "recta" definivit, et haec principia aequis ponderibus librare conabatur. Van Domselaer autem ignotus vivebat, primasque partes intra De Stijl non egebat.

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Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Linduff, David G. Wilkins, Bernard Schultz, Katheryn M. (1994). Art past, art present (2nd ed.). Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice Hall. pp. 523. ISBN 0-13-062084-X 
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.6 2.7 "De Stijl". Tate Glossary. The Tate .
  3. Curl, James Stevens (2006). A Dictionary of Architecture and Landscape Architecture (Paperback) (Second ed.). Oxford University Press. ISBN 0-19-860678-8 .
  4. "Ilya Bolotowsky". Sullivan Goss .
  5. "Burgoyne Diller". Sullivan Goss .
  6. 6.0 6.1 6.2 "de Stijl". the-artists.org .
  7. "Robert Van 'T Hoff in The Kröller-Müller Museum". Het Nieuwe Instituut .
  8. "Vilmos huszar De Stijl". MoMA .
  9. "AD Classics: Endless House / Friedrick Kiesler". ArchDaily .
  10. White, Michael (20 September 2003). De Stijl and Dutch Modernism. Manchester University Press. p. 134. ISBN 978-0-7190-6162-2 .
  11. Hauffe, Thomas (1998). Design (Reprinted ed.). London: Laurence King. p. 71. ISBN 9781856691345 .
  12. Gottfried, Schlütersche Verlagsgesellschaft mbH & Co. KG. "Spaces for the Permanent Collection - sprengel-museum.com". Hanoveria .
  13. White, Michael (20 September 2003). De Stijl and Dutch Modernism. Manchester University Press. p. 36. ISBN 978-0-7190-6162-2 .

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • "De Stijl Architecture". Design Arts. Art and Culture 
  • van Doesburg, Theo (1924). "Towards a plastic architecture". Translation of original published in De Stijl, XII, 6/7. Architecture & CAAD 
  • Blotkamp, Carel, ed. 1982. De beginjaren van De Stijl 1917–1922. Traiecti ad Rhenum: Reflex.
  • Blotkamp, Carel, ed. 1996. De vervolgjaren van De Stijl 1922–1932. Amstelodami: Veen.
  • Jaffé, H. L. C. 1956. De Stijl, 1917–1931, The Dutch Contribution to Modern Art. Amstelodami: J. M. Meulenhoff. PDF.
  • Janssen, Hans, et Michael White. 2011. The Story of De Stijl. Lund Humphries. ISBN 9781848220942.
  • Overy, Paul. 1969. De Stijl. Londinii: Studio Vista.
  • White, Michael. 2003. De Stijl and Dutch Modernism. Mancuniae: Manchester University Press.

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