Wendingen: Maandblad for Bouwen en Sieren van Architectura et Amicitia (September/October 1919, nrs. 9/10)

Frits Lensvelt Dutch

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The Dutch periodical Wendingen was dedicated to architecture and related arts, and closely affiliated with the architectural society Amicitia et Architectura. It first appeared in 1918 and publication continued through 1931, with several interruptions. Each issue had a unique cover design by contemporary (graphic) artists, and was dedicated to a specific theme.

This double issue, numbers 9 and 10 of year 4 (1921) is a special issue of the magazine focused entirely on the international exhibition held at the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam in January and Febryary of 1921, which was dedicated to the subject of contemporary theater. It contains a floorplan of the exhibition and numerous photos of the installation in the Museum, as well as reproductions of original set and costume designs. Written contributions are in Dutch, English, and French. The front and back cover illustrations for this issue were based on a drawing by Frits Lensvelt.

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