Bauhaus school of architecture, Weimar, Germany

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The origins of the Bauhaus movement of modern art and architecture date back to the controversial new school of arts and crafts which was established in Weimar in 1902 by the Belgian artist Henry van de Velde. This image shows the School of Architecture building designed by Henry van de Velde in 1911. Keywords: Germany, Thuringia, Erfurt district, Weimar, Bauhaus movement, institutional buildings, school buildings, university buildings. Submitted by Hazel Morrow-Jones.
1910s (1910 - 1919)