List of illustrations

  • Church at Domburg
  • Lighthouse at West Kapelle
  • Interior A
  • St. Otgerkirche, Stadtlohn
  • Still Life
  • Meine Grossmutter
  • Portrait of His Mother
  • Bildnis Willibald Pirckheimers
  • Workers' Houses: Ostring I
  • Workers' Houses: Empty End
  • Recent photograph of Bottrop workers' housing built c. 1910
  • Recent photograph of Bottrop workers' housing built c. 1910
  • Sandpit II
  • Self-Portrait
  • Tracing made from Ernst Mössel, "Vom Getheimnis der Form und der Urform des Seines" (Stuttgart: Deutsche Verlag, 1938)
  • Tracing made from Ernst Mössel, "Vom Getheimnis der Form und der Urform des Seines" (Stuttgart: Deutsche Verlag, 1938)
  • Tracing made from Ernst Mössel, "Vom Getheimnis der Form und der Urform des Seines" (Stuttgart: Deutsche Verlag, 1938)
  • In the Cathedral: Large Middle Nave
  • Town hall and steeple in Dorsten
  • Photograph of Albers
  • Portrait of John Fisher
  • Self-Portrait
  • Self-Portrait
  • Self-Portrait
  • Steps
  • Albers's notes on Cézanne
  • The Artist's Son Writing
  • The Artist's Son Writing
  • Rabbits
  • Rabbits
  • Rabbits
  • Young Hare
  • Rabbits
  • Rabbits
  • Rabbits
  • The cathedral at Cologne
  • Spire of the Church of Our Lady in Antwerp
  • A Münsterland farmhouse
  • The center of Hans Dülmen
  • House in Notteln
  • Baurenhof auf Fehmarn
  • Portrait of Wilhelm Kaiser
  • Gravemarkers
  • Peasant Woman with White Cap, Seated: Seen from the Front (detail)
  • Seated Nude III
  • Equal and Unequal
  • Red-Violet
  • Composition IV
  • In the Current Six Thresholds
  • Untitled (design for wall hanging)
  • Modell 7a
  • Construction
  • The Palace at 4 A.M.
  • Bent Black A
  • Construction on Blue
  • Graphic Tectonics: Prefatio
  • Graphic Tectonics: Introitus
  • Duo D
  • White Embossing on Gray I
  • Structural Constellation
  • Supraportas at Westfälisches Landesmuseum für Kunst and Kulturgeschichte, Münster, West Germany
  • Untitled
  • Josef Albers
  • Stadtlohn
  • Farm Woman with Kerchief
  • Man in Profile
  • Man with Moustache
  • Woman I
  • Woman II
  • Apartment Houses
  • Study of Nordring
  • Steet in Bottrop
  • Workers' Houses
  • Lamppost and Houses
  • Sandpits
  • Dorsten Town Hall
  • Church Interior
  • Self-Portrait I
  • Self-Portrait IV
  • Self-Portrait III
  • Self-Portrait II
  • Self-Portrait V
  • Self Portrait VI
  • Seated Man
  • Man Reading a Newspaper
  • Perdekamp
  • Schoolgirl I
  • Schoolgirl II
  • Schoolgirl III
  • Schoolgirl IV
  • Schoolgirl V
  • Schoolgirl VI
  • Schoolgirl VII
  • Three Schoolgirls
  • Schoolgirl VIII
  • Schoolgirl IX
  • Rabbit I
  • Rabbit II
  • Horse
  • Cow
  • Three Birds
  • Standing Bird, Side View
  • Two Roosters
  • Three Chickens
  • Six Chickens
  • Two Chickens
  • Standing Bird, Front View
  • Duck with Head Down
  • Duck
  • Two Ducks
  • Geese I
  • Geese II
  • Two Geese
  • Four Geese
  • Owl I
  • Owl II
  • Two Owls
  • Cathedral at Cologne
  • Bridge at Würzburg
  • Castle at Würzburg
  • Farmhouse
  • Electrical Repairmen
  • House with Trees in Notteln
  • Village Scene: Haus Dülmen
  • House in Notteln I
  • House in Notteln II
  • Pine Forest in Sauerland
  • Man
  • Portrait of Wilhelm Kaiser
  • Woman's Head I
  • Woman's Head II
  • Woman's Head III
  • Portrait Study
  • Woman's Head IV
  • Seated Nude I
  • Seated Nude II
  • Standing Nude I
  • Standing Nude II
  • Standing Nude III
  • Standing Nude IV
  • Standing Nude V
  • Standing Nude IV
  • Standing Nude VII
  • Standing Nude VIII
  • Standing Nude IX
  • Standing Nude X
  • Dancing Pair
  • Embracing Pair
  • Bavarian Mountain Scene I
  • Bavarian Mountain Scene II
  • Chalet
  • Chalets I
  • Bavarian Scene
  • Chalets II
  • Study for two glass constructions
  • Study for glass construction 27/6
  • Study for glass construction "Four Threes and Four Sixes" I
  • Study for glass construction "Four Threes and Four Sixes" II
  • Study for glass construction "Rolled Wrongly
  • Study for glass construction
  • Study for glass construction "Cables"
  • Study for glass construction "Flying
  • Untitled I
  • Untitled II
  • Untitled III
  • Untitled IV
  • Untitled V
  • Untitled VI
  • Untitled VII
  • Untitled VIII
  • Untitled IX
  • Untitled X
  • Untitled XI
  • Gradation Study
  • Graphic Tectonic I
  • Graphic Tectonic II
  • Two studies for "Interim" I
  • Two studies for "Interim" II
  • Graphic Tectonic IIII
  • Graphic Tectonic IV
  • Graphic Tectonic V
  • Graphic Tectonic VI
  • Graphic Tectonic VII
  • Graphic Tectonic VIII
  • Study for "Sanctuary" I
  • Study for "Sanctuary" II
  • Structural Constellation I
  • Structural Constellation II
  • Structural Constellation III
  • Structural Constellation IV
  • Structural Constellation V
  • Structural Constellation VI
  • Structural Constellation VII
  • Structural Constellation VIII
  • Structural Constellation IX
  • Structural Constellation X
  • Structural Constellation XI
  • Structural Constellation XII
  • Structural Constellation XIII
  • Structural Constellation XIV
  • Structural Constellation XV
  • Structural Constellation XVI
  • Structural Constellation XVII
  • Structural Constellation XVIII
  • Structural Constellation XIX
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Description: The Drawings of Josef Albers
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Description: The Drawings of Josef Albers
I first met Josef and Anni Albers in 1970 when I was an art history graduate student at Yale University and they were living nearby. They had remained in the New Haven area after Albers’s retirement in 1958 as chairman of the Yale School of Art. In the years following that first meeting, I grew to know both of them quite well, and by 1973 my visits to their house had become weekly...
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Description: The Drawings of Josef Albers
Description: The Drawings of Josef Albers
In the last years of his life, Josef Albers lived in a simple, wood-shingled contractor’s house on a suburban street in Orange, Connecticut. He and his wife Anni had known and worked with many of the most noted architects of the century—Mies, Gropius, and Breuer among them—but for themselves they chose a way of life devoid of “style” or a look of design. Their...

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The Drawings of Josef Albers
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