Bauhaus Wall Art Print – Herbert Bayer and Walter Gropius
Brand: Ling 88
An exhibition poster by Herbert Bayer.
The Bauhaus exhibition of 1923 was the first public presentation of the Bauhaus art movement founded as an art school in 1919. From August 15 to September 30, 1923, it took place at three locations in Weimar and showed works created at the Bauhaus. The exhibition locations were the building of the State Bauhaus, the State Museum and the model house on the Horn. The six-week exhibition had around 15,000 visits.
The following print is an unframed replica of the Bauhaus-Ausstellung 1923.
It is printed on acid-free high-quality gallery paper.
Fits standard frames. The frame is not included.
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