Sam Francis

Untitled, 1984

106.7 X 73 inch

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What is Bauhaus?

What is Bauhaus?

Bauhaus was a school of art, design and architecture established in Weimar, Germany. Architect Wlater Gropius established it in 1919. Bauhaus used a method for teaching within a community of artists working together and incorporating art in the fundamentals of daily life.

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Josef Albers

KG, 1966

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Josef Albers

Concord (From Dei Oberflache), 1965

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Josef Albers

Silent (From Dei Oberflache), 1965

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Anni Albers

Untitled 9 of 9 (from Connections), 1925/1983

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Anni Albers

Untitled 8 of 9 (from Connections), 1925/1983

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Anni Albers

Untitled 6 of 9 (from Connections), 1925/1983

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Anni Albers

Untitled 5 of 9 (from Connections), 1925/1983

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Anni Albers

Untitled 4 of 9 (from Connections), 1925/1983

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Anni Albers

Untitled 2 of 9 (From Connections), 1959/1983

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Anni Albers

TR II, 1969

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Anni Albers

Study for Hooked Rug (From Connections), 1983

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Anni Albers

Untitled (From Connections), 1983

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Josef Albers

Homage to the Square, 1970

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Josef Albers

I-S LXXiiib, 1973

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Josef Albers

Midnight + Noon I, 1964

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Josef Albers

Untitled (Never Before J), 1976

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Sand

Sand is loose grains of material primarily made of quartz, mica, feldspar and other minerals and rocks. Sand paintings are made by pouring colored sands into designs; often for cultural rituals and special celebrations. The designs take many days to complete, and finally brushed away.

Embossing

Embossing is the technique of decorating or creating images with a raised design. Artists often change the shape of paper to create raised edges with many levels. The process is worked from the reverse side of the paper, using a template and sanded dowel.

Archival Print

Archival Print is the term used to describe fine art reproductions of museum quality. Using the finest quality papers and inks designed to resist color fading, drawings and paintings are reproduced using a fine art printer with exceptionally high resolution.

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