László Moholy-Nagy

Loving the work of László Moholy-Nagy (1895-1946). His aptitude working with composition, shapes and colors spanned over the many mediums he worked in, from his early experiments with photograms to his paintings and graphic work. Moholy-Nagy developed his own theory on visual art and was a big influence to his students at the Bauhaus.

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László Moholy-Nagy, AXL II1927Guggenheim Collection, NYC.

 

composition-a-xi-1923.jpg!LargeLászló Moholy-NagyComposition A XI, 1923. Via wikiart.

 

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László Moholy-Nagy, Construction AL6, 1933. Via 
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László Moholy-Nagy,
B-10 Space Modulator, 1942. Guggenheim Collection, NYC.

 

48.1128László Moholy-Nagy, Ch Beata I, 1939. Guggenheim Collection, NYC.

 

Yellow Cross Q.7. 1922. Oil on canvas, 96 x 71 cm. Photo: George Tatge.
László Moholy-Nagy, Yellow Cross Q.7, 1922. Galleria Nazionale D’arte Moderna, Rome.

 

 

composition.jpg!LargeLászló Moholy-Nagy, Composition, 1921. Via wikiart.

 

 

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László Moholy-NagyUntitled Dessau, 1925-1926. Annely Juda Fine Art, London.

 

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László Moholy-Nagy, Leda and the Swan, 1946. Via Moholy-Nagy Foundation

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László Moholy-Nagy, Olly and Dolly Sisters, 1925. Via wikiart.

 

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