NEO PLASTICISM
(Also called De Stijl ) Lead primarily by painters Piet Mondian and Theo van Doesberg, De Stijl was an art movement that advocated reduction of form and simplistic abstraction. Most compositions or subjects were reduced to rectangles, primary colors and black and white. Their ideas were published by van Doesberg in a journal titled "De Stijl" (1917-1928) and written as a manifesto title "Neo-Plasticism" in 1920. Their work exerted tremendous influence on the Bauhaus Style in Germany.
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