Artist Catalogue Raisonne Georges Van Tongerloo


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7 hours ago Georges Vantongerloo (24 November 1886, Antwerp – 5 October 1965, Paris) was a Belgian abstract sculptor and painter and founding member of the De Stijl group. From 1905 to 1909 Vantongerloo studied Fine Art at the Fine Art Academies in Antwerp and Brussels. Conscripted into World War I, he was wounded in a gas attack and discharged from the army in 1914.

Birth place: Antwerp, Belgium
Died: Oct 05, 1965
Born: Nov 24, 1886

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1 hours ago View Georges Vantongerloo’s 69 artworks on artnet. Find an in-depth biography, exhibitions, original artworks for sale, the latest news, and sold auction prices. See available works on paper, paintings, and sculpture for sale and learn about the artist.

Nationality: Belgian

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6 hours ago Georges Vantongerloo, 1886 – 1965, Belgian abstract sculptor and painter, was a co-signator of the first manifesto of the De Stijl group, and also was a founding member of Abstraction-Création. Georges Vantongerloo's Representative Works Exhibitions: Graduation School: Fine Art Academies in Antwerp and Brussels.

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9 hours ago Georges Vantongerloo, born in Antwerp, Belgium, was an artist, architect, and theorist who became a member of the De Stijl group. While living in Holland and working on architectural designs during the years of World War I, Vantongerloo became part of the circle of Piet Mondrian, Bart van der Leck, and Theo van Doesburg, who founded the magazine ‘De Stijl’ in 1917.

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1 hours ago Georges Vantongerloo 1886-1965 . T02306 Rapport des Volumes (Interrelation of Volumes) 1919 . Inscribed 'VTL' in monogram on base plane Sandstone, 8 7/8 x 5 3/8 x 5 3/8 (22.5 x 13.5 x 13.5) Purchased at Christie's (Grant-in-Aid) 1978 Prov: Prof. and Mrs Philip Sandblom, Lund and Lausanne (purchased from the artist); sold by them at Christie's, London, 4 April 1978, lot 44, …

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2 hours ago The Joaquín Torres-García Catalogue Raisonné is a scholarly resource dedicated to the documentation of the paintings and sculptures of the Uruguayan modernist artist Joaquín Torres-García (1874-1949). This online publication includes comprehensive information about Torres-García's art, exhibition history, and literary references, as well as a chronology with …

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Just Now A catalogue raisonné is a comprehensive, annotated listing of all the known works of an artist either in a particular medium or all media. They may provide some or all of the following: Title and title variations. Dimension/Size. Date of the work. Medium. Current location/owner at time of publication. Provenance (history of ownership)

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Just Now In the early 1950s, after meeting her future husband, the artist José Pedro Costigliolo, her art became more influenced by European non-figurative art, such as Art Concret group, Georges Vantongerloo, and Max Bill. In 1952 she co-founded the Arte No-Figurativo group with Costigliolo in Montevideo, and exhibited with them in 1952 and 1953.

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8 hours ago The significance of Moss's connections to Paris, the Academie Moderne and Leger, and Abstraction-Creation, and her relationship to her contemporaries, particularly Georges Vantongerloo and Max Bill, are traced. Her position in British art history is mapped, with particular attention to her exhibitions in London during the fifties.

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9 hours ago After more than 25 years of exhibitions, often of museal character and accompanied by important catalogues - treating the work of artists including Marcel Duchamp, Man Ray, Marcel Broodthaers and James Ensor, René Magritte, Francis Picabia, Georges Vantongerloo, Leon Spilliaert and Félicien Rops - the gallery is since 2001 based in a stately

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Just Now The German art historian did not consider Goossen as a talented artist and concluded with one of his aphorisms: 'I do not see that he was the source of any crucial impetus '. 12 Since Hulin de Loo's and Friedländer's publications, a fi rst step to authenticate the works of Goossen was made by Adolf Monballieu in 1967. 13 The author was able to

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8 hours ago In 1958, he also began to make freestanding sculptures. He moved out of Manhattan in 1970, set up a studio in Chatham, and a home in nearby Spencertown, New York. Kelly’s first retrospective was held at the Museum of Modern Art, New York, in 1973. Description: Paperback catalogue raisonne 1949 – 1985. Published on the occasion of the 1987

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7 hours ago The two artists begin a correspondence that continues until van Doesburg’s death in 1931. JTG attends an exhibition of German De Stijl painter Friedrich Vordemberge-Gildewart (1899-1962), where he meets Belgian critic and writer Michel Seuphor (1901-1993) and Belgian artist Georges Vantongerloo (1886-1965).

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7 hours ago Gelb-Rot-Blau(Jaune-rouge-bleu) Kandinsky started teaching at the Bauhaus in 1922. It was there he theorized his conception of art in the book Point and Line to Plane, of which Gelb, Rot, Blau might be said to be a visual illustration. Kandinsky’s early, lyrical and spontaneous abstraction gave way in the 1920s to one more geometric and rational.

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8 hours ago The significance of Moss's connections to Paris, the Academie Moderne and Leger, and Abstraction-Creation, and her relationship to her contemporaries, particularly Georges Vantongerloo and Max Bill, are traced. Her position in British art history is mapped, with particular attention to her exhibitions in London during the fifties.

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3 hours ago When art world luminary, Ellsworth Kelly, died in December at the age of 92, his obituaries described him as an artist who rejected the very idea of art as self-expression.

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8 hours ago Cet ouvrage célèbre deux anniversaires : plus de 100 ans d'art constructif, concret et conceptuel ainsi que les 25 ans de la Fondation pour l'art constructif, concret et conceptuel. Publié à l'occasion de l'exposition qui s'est tenue au Museum Haus Konstruktiv de Zürich, il est un ouvrage de référence pour les collectionneurs qui s'intéressent à l'art concret et présente les travaux

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Who is georges vantongerloo?

Georges Vantongerloo (24 November 1886, Antwerp–5 October 1965, Paris) was a Belgian abstract sculptor and painter and founding member of the De Stijl group. From 1905 to 1909 Vantongerloo studied Fine Art at the Fine Art Academies in Antwerp and Brussels.

What is a catalogue raisonné?

A catalogue raisonné is a comprehensive, annotated listing of all the known works of an artist either in a particular medium or all media. They may provide some or all of the following:

Where did vantongerloo study art?

From 1905 to 1909 Vantongerloo studied Fine Art at the Fine Art Academies in Antwerp and Brussels. Conscripted into World War I, he was wounded in a gas attack and discharged from the army in 1914.

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