A stunning issue of the famous, dutch art deco magazine. This issue was published in 1929, volume 10, no. Wendingen was published between 1918 and 1931, in a total of 116 issues. Very very beautifull outside and inside, complete, raffia very good. Date of publishing: ca. Full name: Diego Maria de la Concepcion Juan Nepomuceno Estanislao de la Rivera y Barrientos Acosta y Rodriguez. Main subject of the murals is Mexico during 1910 and 1925. Cover design by: Vilmos Huszar (Hungary 1884 – 1960 Netherlands). Painter and designer, influenced by the cubism and futurism. Founder member of the famous dutch art movement De Stijl , co-founder of the magazine De Stijl. In 1926 he created a complete visual indentity for Miss Blanche Virginia cigarettes, which included packaging, advertising and point of sale displays. Editor of De Nieuwe Amsterdammer. Also known as: H. Wiessing, Honore de la B. Van Flissingen, Pieter Lutius, Mr. Soft cover with raffia binding. Limited edition of: ca. See below for more general information on the magazine Wendingen. This will be according to the PostNL conditions and destinations. Only with registration, tracking, priority and only if that is possible. We are: delta 98 den haag. The Hague, The Netherlands. We are registrated at the. Chambers of Commerce in The Netherlands / KvK Haaglanden: file 27133335 and. Was the expression of a group of young architects, a subgroup of the members of the professional Dutch association Architectura et Amicitia, which included not only architects and engineers, but artists, skilled technicians and craftsmen. This magazine was geared not just to members of the organization, but to those interested in architecture and the graphic and decorative arts. The first issue, edited by Hendrikus Theodorus Wijdeveld, was published in January 1918 with a limited print-run of approximately 150 copies. The title of the magazine, choosen by Wijdeveld, means “upheavals” and was taken from a quote by Nietzsche about – Umwalzung aller Werte – or upheaval of all values. From 1918 until 1931, 116 issues of. Most of the issues had specific themes, with text limited to give more space to the illustrations. Among the theme issues were 31 dedicated to Dutch architecture, 10 to the applied arts, 11 to sculpture, 10 to painting, 11 to graphics, and 8 to theater and dance. The variety reflected the artistic ferment during these early years of Dutch modernism and the eclectic interests of the magazine’s editorial staff. Among the artistic influences on the magazine were the Amsterdam School of art deco architecture and German expressionism. Non-Dutch artists and art were also single subject in some issues, for example: Frank Lloyd Wright, Eileen Gray, Hermann Finsterlin, Gustav Klimt, Josef Hoffmann, Antoine Bourdelle, Ossip Zadkine, Diego de la Rivera, Lyonel Feininger, Eric Mendelsohn, Hungary, old Russian icons, old East Asian art, Hindu Javaneese sculpture, European ceramics, Scandinavian architecture and applied arts, kristals and minerals, Shells, woodcuts and prints, advertising. Was also important for its layout and typographic design. The design was influenced by William Morris and by Japanese-style bookbinding. The magazine’s contribution to Dutch typographical art was its close integration of text and decoration. The geometrically stylized typefaces and decorative elements of. Were influential in advertising graphics and book and magazine covers throughout Europe. There are issues with articles and pictures about art and applied art on: frank lloyd wright, h. Lauweriks, josef hoffmann, eric mendelsohn, hermann finsterlin, eileen gray, w. Gispen, hildo crop, samuel jessurun de mesquita, jan toorop, gustav klimt, josef mendes da costa, p. Kramer, michel de klerk, albert hahn, johan thorn prikker, ossip zadkine, chris lebeau, diego rivera, j. Wijdeveld, antoine bourdelle, r. Roland holst, joep nicolas, pyke koch, a. Willink, amsterdam school, haagse stijl, de stijl, gispen, sculpture, theatre, art of the far east, posters, leerdam glas, art from sweden, denmark, hungary, austria, france, holland, finland, woodcuts, interior design, architecture, buildings, bridges, van nelle fabriek, de bijenkorf den haag and rotterdam, dance, masks, theatre, indonesia, puppets and marionets, furniture, and more. Covers were designed by: peter alma, h. Van anrooy, tine baanders, c. Bolken, tjerk bottema, j. Van den eijnde, albert hahn jr, jan havermans, j. Kathof, michel de klerk, j. Ten klooster, albert klijn, e. Kuipers, anton kurvers, g. Copier, jan sluyters, chris lebeau, samuel jessurun de mesquita, vilmos huszar, el lissitzky, hermann finsterlin, h. Wijdeveld, christa ehrlich, w. Lion cachet, theo van reijn, hildo krop, willem van konijnenburg, johan polet, jac. Dudok, margaret kropholler, h. Wouda, frits lensvelt, johan luger j. Marnette, fokke mees, joseph mendes da costa, joep nicolas, toon poggenbeek, johan polet, jan poortenaar, r. Roland holst, willem rozendaal, s. Snellebrand, arthur staal, jan toorop, n. Van de vecht, j. The item “Wendingen, art deco magazine 1929 no. 3, murals Diego Rivera, cover Vilmos Huszar” is in sale since Thursday, February 27, 2014. This item is in the category “Antiques\Periods & Styles\Art Deco”. The seller is “delta98denhaag” and is located in ‘s-Gravenhage. This item can be shipped worldwide.
- Style: Art Deco
- Original or Reproduction: Original
- Date of issue: 1929
- Limited edition of: ca.1000
- Cover design: Vilmos Huszar
- Subject: murals, wall paintings
- Maker: Diego Rivera