Bauhaus
(An artistic movement)

This movement is a subcategory of Expressionism

Dates: 1919-1932

A school of architecture, design and art founded in Germany in 1919. Bauhaus is characterized by severely economic, geometric design and by respect for materials.

People associated with this movement
Lyonel FeiningerAmerican, 1871-1956234 artworks
Wassily KandinskyRussian, 1866-1944267 artworks
Paul KleeSwiss, 1879-1940239 artworks
El LissitzkyRussian, 1890-19413 artworks
Oskar SchlemmerGerman, 1888-194312 artworks
Random artworks by artists related to this movement

Heavy between Light
Wassily Kandinsky

Still Life with Can
Lyonel Feininger

Untitled
Wassily Kandinsky

Benz VI
Lyonel Feininger

Newspaper Readers II
Lyonel Feininger

Still Life
Lyonel Feininger

Right - Left
Wassily Kandinsky

Kochel - Schlehdorf
Wassily Kandinsky

Harbor Scene
Lyonel Feininger

Houses in Paris
Lyonel Feininger

Lady in Mauve
Lyonel Feininger

All Saints II
Wassily Kandinsky

Kallmunz - Vilsgasse II
Wassily Kandinsky

Untitled
Wassily Kandinsky

Ouverture
Paul Klee

Pointille
Wassily Kandinsky
Important dates
Founding date:  1919

End date:  1932
Why 1932?: After Hitler and the Nazi regime came to power in Germany, all modern art including Bauhaus was considered "degenerate" and "Un-German". The Berlin school was closed down, but its legacy and influence continued in both Germany and elsewhere.