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Theo van Doesburg’s Café Aubette, Strasbourg, France, late 1920s

Theo van Doesburg’s Café Aubette, Strasbourg, France, late 1920s

Sophie Taeuber-Arp salles Aubette 1928

Sophie Taeuber-Arp salles Aubette 1928

Theo van Doesburg (Christian Emil Marie Küpper). Café Aubette, Strasbourg, France. 1927

Theo van Doesburg (Christian Emil Marie Küpper). Café Aubette, Strasbourg, France. 1927

La maison-atelier de Theo van Doesburg a Meudon

La maison-atelier de Theo van Doesburg a Meudon

'Composition XXII' (1922) by Dutch artist & founder of De Stijl, Theo Van Doesburg (1883-1931). via the Artfile

'Composition XXII' (1922) by Dutch artist & founder of De Stijl, Theo Van Doesburg (1883-1931). via the Artfile

Counter Composition IV Artist: Theo van Doesburg (1883-1931) Completion Date: 1924 Place of Creation: Germany Style: Neoplasticism Genre: abstract Technique: oil Material: canvas

Counter Composition IV Artist: Theo van Doesburg (1883-1931) Completion Date: 1924 Place of Creation: Germany Style: Neoplasticism Genre: abstract Technique: oil Material: canvas

Theo van Doesburg: "Simultaneous Counter-Composition" (1929)

Theo van Doesburg: "Simultaneous Counter-Composition" (1929)

Theo van Doesburg 196 - Contra-compositie V - Wikipedia

Theo van Doesburg 196 - Contra-compositie V - Wikipedia

Grote Pastorale, 1921/22, 300x70cm, Drachten, Theo van Doesburg.

Grote Pastorale, 1921/22, 300x70cm, Drachten, Theo van Doesburg.

New York Fashion Week Spring 2012: Ronaldus Shamask, the 1987 Council of Fashion Designers of America menswear winner, reinterpreted Dutch De Stijl painter Piet Mondrians minimalist grid-based art for the look that closed his first runway show in a decade.

New York Fashion Week Spring 2012: Ronaldus Shamask, the 1987 Council of Fashion Designers of America menswear winner, reinterpreted Dutch De Stijl painter Piet Mondrians minimalist grid-based art for the look that closed his first runway show in a decade.