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Bart van der Leck

Bart van der Leck was a Dutch painter, designer, and ceramicist. With Theo van Doesburg and Piet Mondrian, he founded the De Stijl art movement. Son of a house painter, he started his career learning how to make stained glass in a shop in Utrecht. After having met Mondrian and van Doesburg and having founded the Stijl movement with them, his style became completely abstract, as did Mondrian's. But after disagreements with Mondrian, his abstract style became based on representational images.

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Bart van der Leck Packaging Box Metz & Co Holland, 1935
By Metz & Co., Bart van der Leck
Located in Roosendaal, Noord Brabant
Very nice large storage box designed by Bart van der Leck for Metz & Co in 1935. These boxes were designed as present/packaging boxes for the Metz & Co shop in Amsterdam and Den Haag...
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1930s Dutch De Stijl Vintage Bart van der Leck

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Paper

Bart van der Leck Packaging Bag Metz & Co Holland, 1935
By Metz & Co., Bart van der Leck
Located in Roosendaal, Noord Brabant
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1930s Dutch De Stijl Vintage Bart van der Leck

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Glass, Wood, Paper

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Gerrit Thomas Rietveld Utrecht Sofa Metz & Co, 1960
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Gerrit Rietveld Tea Cart Metz & Co, circa 1945
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Gunnar Daan Children’s Chair for Metz & Co, 1966
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Ado Ko Verzuu Puzzel Box Model 259 Holland 1939
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Willy Van Der Meeren Wardrobe Cabinet Tubax, Belgium, 1952
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Bander Van Ierland Molecular Construction Holland, 1986
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Dirk van Sliedrecht armchair Rohe Noordwolde Holland 1969
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Bander Van Ierland Molecular Construction Holland, 1986 Color
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Janni Van Pelt Coffee Table G4A, Holland, 1958
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Previously Available Items
Framed Bag by Bart van der Leck for Metz & Co
By Bart van der Leck
Located in Antwerp, BE
Very nice packaging bag designed by Bart van der Leck for Metz & Co in 1935. These bags were designed as present/packaging materials for the Metz & Co shop in Amsterdam and Den Haag ...
Category

1930s Dutch De Stijl Vintage Bart van der Leck

Materials

Paper

  • Framed Bag by Bart van der Leck for Metz & Co
  • Framed Bag by Bart van der Leck for Metz & Co
  • Framed Bag by Bart van der Leck for Metz & Co
  • Framed Bag by Bart van der Leck for Metz & Co
H 12.21 in. W 5.12 in. D 0.4 in.

Bart van der Leck Furniture for sale on 1stDibs.

Furniture by Bart van der Leck are available on 1stDibs for sale. These distinctive objects are frequently made of paper and designed with extraordinary care. There are many options in our Bart van der Leck furniture collection, although beige editions of this piece are particularly popular. Bart van der Leck Furniture prices can vary depending on size, time period and other attributes. The price for these items on 1stDibs starts at $1,147 and tops at $2,355, while pieces like these can sell for $1,751.