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ABOUT De STIJL

De Stijl was, at first, the name of a Dutch art magazine founded in 1917 by artist and architect Theo Van Doesburg.  In the
tumultuous years following World War I the magazine became one of the most influential art periodicals of its time.  De Stijl was
widely read by the staff and students at the famed Bauhaus School of Design in Weimar, Germany, Van Doesburg, arrived in
Wiemar in 1921 and gave lectures at the Bauhaus on De Stijl Principals.

De Stijl (Dutch for 'The Style') then gave its name to a group of artists and architects that included Piet Mondrian, Bart Van Der
Leck, Vilmos Huszar, Georges Vontongerloo, Pieter Oud, and Gerrit Rietveld.  The group sought to create a universal style of
design, using geometric forms, straight vertical and horizontal lines, and a limited palette that allowed only the three primary
colors - True Red, True Blue, True Yellow, in combination with the three non-colors Black, Gray, and White.

The most significant period of the De Stijl movement were the years 1921 to 1925, during this period the group enjoyed
tremendous success.
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