List of illustrations

  • Editorial office of L'Art décoratif in Paris
  • The Cancan (Le Chahut)
  • Opus 217. Against the Enamel of a Background Rhythmic with Beats and Angles, Tones and Tints, Portrait of Félix Fénéon in 1890
  • Apple Harvest
  • Woman at the Window (Femme assise à la fenêtre)
  • Garden at Kalmthout (Jardin à Kalmthout)
  • Red Vineyard at Arles (Montmajour)
  • The Angels' Watch (La Veillée d'anges)
  • The Road to Nieuport (Landscape, Sunset)
  • Jug and bowls
  • Corona Vitae
  • Dahlia
  • Trellis
  • Campanula
  • Dynamographic Lines
  • Bloemenwerf, exterior and garden
  • Bloemenwerf, artist's studio on the second story
  • Bloemenwerf, central hall
  • Maria Sèthe at the Harmonium
  • Maria van de Velde in a Reform Dress designed by Henry van de Velde, Bloemenwerf
  • Ethnographic Room in the Congolese Pavilion
  • Export Room in the Congolese Pavillion
  • Ethnographic Room in the Congolese Pavilion
  • Folkwang Museum, exterior
  • Folkwang Museum, floor mosaics in the vestibule
  • Folkwang Museum, entrance hall with Fountain by Georg Minne and paintings by Paul Gauguin and Henri Matisse
  • Folkwang Museum, stained-glass window in the central staircase
  • Folkwang Museum, radiator cover with display cabinet in the large picture gallery
  • Folkwang Museum, music room
  • Folkwang Museum, central stained-glass skylight
  • Folkwang Museum, view from the main staircase to the upper central hall
  • Folkwang Museum, main staircase
  • Folkwang Museum, large picture gallery
  • Port-en-Bessin, Sunday (Port-en-Bessin, un dimanche)
  • Garden of the Asylum at Saint Rémy
  • Folkwang Museum, detail of plaster column and beam casing
  • Hohenjof, Damenzimmer (ladies' salon)
  • Folkwang Museum, display case for Greek and Egyptian antiquities
  • Folkwang Museum, display case for East Asian objects
  • Folkwang Museum, auditorium
  • Displays of fine silver and photographs of the Folkwang Museum's interior architecture at the Linie und Form exhibit at the Kaiser Wilhelm Museum
  • Nietzsche Archive, library and lecture hall
  • Friedrich Nietzsche on His Sick Bed
  • Bust of Friedrich Nietzsche
  • Vase
  • Milk pitcher
  • Traditional stoneware ceramics from Thuringia
  • Tea pot
  • Sea and Sky: Rhythmic Synthesis (Mer et ciel: Synthèse rhythmique)
  • Bowl
  • Jug
  • Bowl
  • Centrifugal ornament study
  • Centrifugal ornament study
  • Sequential ornament study
  • Grand Ducal Saxon School of Fine Arts, northern façade
  • Grand Ducal Saxon School of Fine Arts, northern side, detail of I beam
  • Grand Ducal Saxon School of Applied Arts, exterior view of southern and eastern wings
  • Grand Ducal Saxon School of Applied Arts, south gable
  • Grand Ducal Saxon School of Applied Arts, floor plan and site location
  • Johann Wolfgang von Goethe's town house, view of the back, garden side of his residence
  • Color study of the Grand Ducal Saxon School of Applied Arts' central staircase
  • Color study of the Grand Ducal Saxon School of Applied Arts' sitting area at the top of the central staircase
  • Instructors and students at Weimar's Grand Ducal School of Applied Arts
  • Tropon advertising poster
  • Packaging for Tropon biscuits
  • Invoice for the painter and collector Curt Herrmann from H. van de Velde GmbH, Berlin, Germany
  • Continental Havana Company sales room, Mohrenstraße 11/12, Berlin, Germany
  • Hohenzollern Kunstgewerbehaus (Arts and Crafts House), invitation for a special exhibition of rooms designed by van de Velde
  • Ceramic courtyard, Third German Applied Arts Exhibition, Dresden, Germany
  • Living room, Third German Applied Arts Exhibition, Dresden, Germany
  • Living and dining room with machined furniture, Third German Applied Arts Exhibition, Dresden, Germany
  • Music room, Third German Applied Arts Exhibition, Dresden, Germany
  • Museum hall, Third German Applied Arts Exhibition, Dresden, Germany
  • Exhibition palace floor plan, Third German Applied Arts Exhibition, Dresden, Germany
  • Music room, Third German Applied Arts Exhibition, Dresden, Germany
  • Grape Gathering (Weinlese)
  • Orange Harvest (Orangenernte)
  • Dancers with Veils (Tanzende mit Schleier)
  • Music and Dance (Musik und Tanz)
  • Jewelry and buttons, exhibited at the Third German Applied Arts Exhibition, Dresden, Germany
  • Plate, exhibited at the Third German Applied Arts Exhibition, Dresden, Germany
  • Clay pipes, exhibited at the Third German Applied Arts Exhibition, Dresden, Germany
  • Design of a Stage Scene for Hamlet
  • AEG trademark
  • Prospectus for AEG lightbulbs
  • Werkbund Theater. German Werkbund Exhibition
  • Bather
  • Relief sculptures on the façade of Henry van de Velde's Werkbund Theater. German Werkbund Exhibition
  • Fountain
  • Model for Movement
  • Farbenschau (Color Show) Pavilion. German Werkbund Exhibition
  • Festival Hall. German Werkbund Exhibition
  • Wall paintings in the side foyers of Henry van de Velde's Werkbund Theater. German Werkbund Exhibition
  • Werkbund Theater, ground-floor plan
  • Werkbund Theater, German Werkbund Exhibition
  • Werkbund Theater, exterior view, German Werkbund Exhibition
  • Map of the German Werkbund Exhibition's fairgrounds
  • LoÏe Fuller
  • Werkbund Theater stage with tripartite divisions, German Werkbund Exhibition
  • Werkbund Theater stage without tripartite divisions, German Werkbund Exhibition
  • Werkbund Theater, stage scenery for the Walpurgis Night scene in Part I of Faust
  • Werkbund Theater, auditorium with central light fixture and wooden tracery
  • Werkbund Theater, entrance foyer with decorative lightbulb frieze
  • Amazonomachy, Werkbund Theater's side foyer
  • Werkbund Theater, German Werkbund Exhibition
  • Heinemann Hospice, northeastern façade of main housing block
  • Heinemann Hospice, staircase on southwestern façade
  • Heinemann Hospice, southwestern façade of main housing block
  • Heinemann Hospice, interior staircase
  • Heinemann Hospice, floor plan of an individual apartment, Hannover, Germany
  • Initial design for a museum for Helène Kröller-Müller: the Museum on the Franse Berg in Hoenderloo
  • Ghent University's Central Library and Art History and Archaeology Institute
  • Ghent University's Central Library and Art History and Archaeology Institute, floor plan
  • Ghent University's Central Library and Art History and Archaeology Institute, exterior view along the rue de la Roseraie
  • Ghent University's Central Library and Art History and Archaeology Institute, view from the roof terrace of the Art History and Archeology Institute's Library
  • Provisional Kröller-Müller Museum, ground-floor plan
  • Provisional Kröller-Müller Museum
  • Provisional Kröller-Müller Museum
  • The Prince Baudouin ocean liner
  • Prince Baudouin café and bar
  • Belgian Pavillion, Paris World's Fair
  • Corrections to a town house made by the Commissariat général à la restauration du pays (CGRP)
  • Corrections to a villa made by the Commissariat général à la restauration du pays (CGRP)
  • Folkwang Museum, central rotunda, designed by Edmund Körner
  • Folkwang Museum, view of large painting gallery, designed by Edmund Körner
  • Folkwang Museum, gallery, designed by Edmund Körner
  • Installation view of Cubism and Abstract Art
  • Form Characters (Formcharaktere), exercise for Johannes Itten's Vorkurs (preliminary course) at the Bauhaus
  • Exercise in the Form Character of a Rectangle (Übung im Formcharakter des Quadrats), exercise for Johannes Itten's Vorkurs (preliminary course) at the Bauhaus
  • A historical reconstruction of Joost Schmidt's sculptural relief for the central staircase of the main building (formerly the Grand Ducal Saxon School of Applied Arts), during the Bauhaus Exhibition
  • Study for wall designs for the vestibule, hallway, and main staircase of the workshop building (formerly the Grand Ducal Saxon School of Applied Arts) during the Bauhaus Exhibition
  • Einstein Tower, construction site
  • Mossehaus, renovation and addition
  • Belgian Pavillion, Paris World's Fair, night view
  • Department store for C.A. Herpich Söhne
  • Design for the Helsinki Railway Station competition
  • Design for the Helsinki Railway Station, with the National Theater at right
  • Final design for the Helsinki Railway Station
  • Paimio Sanatorium
  • Paimio chair, model no. 41
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Written some thirty years apart, in Germany and Finland respectively, these testimonials offer different perspectives on the Belgian artist Henry van de Velde’s significance...
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In the first issue of L’Art décoratif (1898), its founder and editor Julius Meier-Graefe identified the transition from fine to the applied arts as the most urgent artistic development of the day...
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With a new and rapidly expanding client base in Germany, van de Velde entered a period of unprecedented productivity...
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It took the German Werkbund seven years after its founding to organize its first exhibit, which it mounted in 1914 in Cologne only months before the outbreak of World War I...
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