Bauhaus Postcard Set
In 1923, the Bauhaus held an exhibition of its achievements which ran from August to the end of September. This included lectures from both Walter Gropius and Paul Klee, exhibitions of paintings by masters and pupils, and coursework and workshop products on show. Highlights were the Triadic Ballet by Oscar Schlemmer and the fully furnished Haus Am Horn that involved all workshops. Twenty postcards were used to announce the exhibition.
This set reproduces the postcards (both front and back) created by Lyonel Feininger, Paul Klee and Vasily Kandinsky for the exhibition.
- Museum exclusive
- Set of 6 postcards (2 of each image) in a sleeve
- Each postcard measures 4" x 6'
- Printed in the USA