Bauhaus Art for Sale

In 2019, Bauhaus celebrated its 100-year anniversary. Its concepts and aesthetic remain as lively as ever. Discover art in the Bauhaus style at LUMAS, from photographic prints to design objects, from hand-signed Limited Editions to lower-priced Open Editions. All made to museum standards of quality. Learn more about the Bauhaus.

 curated Bauhaus artwork: Bauhaus Dessau Stairblock by Chisel & Mouse
Bauhaus Dessau Stairblock
Chisel & Mouse
 curated Bauhaus artwork: Bauhaus Dessau III by Sabine Wild
Bauhaus Dessau III
Sabine Wild
from € 599 to € 2,290
 curated Bauhaus artwork: Bauhaus by Horst & Daniel Zielske
Bauhaus
Horst & Daniel Zielske
€ 849
 curated Bauhaus artwork: Tankstelle "Blauer See" by Heinrich Heidersberger
Tankstelle "Blauer See"
Heinrich Heidersberger
€ 99
 curated Bauhaus artwork: Bauhaus Dessau Entrance by Chisel & Mouse
Bauhaus Dessau Entrance
Chisel & Mouse
€ 170
 curated Bauhaus artwork: Psychology in the jungle by Jens Hausmann
Psychology in the jungle
Jens Hausmann
from € 599 to € 1,149
 curated Bauhaus artwork: Bauhaus Dessau IV by Sabine Wild
Bauhaus Dessau IV
Sabine Wild
from € 599 to € 1,299
 curated Bauhaus artwork: Vechelde by Tim Hölscher
Vechelde
Tim Hölscher
from € 279 to € 799
 curated Bauhaus artwork: Modern house with pool by Jens Hausmann
Modern house with pool
Jens Hausmann
€ 199
 curated Bauhaus artwork: "Apothekerflaschen" by Willi Moegle
"Apothekerflaschen"
Willi Moegle
from € 259 to € 699
 curated Bauhaus artwork: Parkgaragen Hannover by Heinrich Heidersberger
Parkgaragen Hannover
Heinrich Heidersberger
€ 849
 curated Bauhaus artwork: Avantgarde house by Jens Hausmann
Avantgarde house
Jens Hausmann
from € 599 to € 1,149
 curated Bauhaus artwork: Morphosis Beverly Building Triptych by Jenny Okun
Morphosis Beverly Building Triptych
Jenny Okun
from € 699 to € 1,499
 curated Bauhaus artwork: Bauhaus Dessau by Chisel & Mouse
Bauhaus Dessau
Chisel & Mouse
 curated Bauhaus artwork: Bauhaus II by Horst & Daniel Zielske
Bauhaus II
Horst & Daniel Zielske
€ 849
 curated Bauhaus artwork: Gießen by Tim Hölscher
Gießen
Tim Hölscher
from € 279 to € 799
 curated Bauhaus artwork: Bauhaus Dessau I by Sabine Wild
Bauhaus Dessau I
Sabine Wild
from € 549 to € 1,799
 curated Bauhaus artwork: Coloured view by Adam Mørk
Coloured view
Adam Mørk
from € 899 to € 1,999
 curated Bauhaus artwork: Illustration Circle by Piet Paris
Illustration Circle
Piet Paris
from € 399 to € 849
 curated Bauhaus artwork: Leuchten by Judith Lindner
Leuchten
Judith Lindner
€ 949
 curated Bauhaus artwork: Review by Martin Kasper
Review
Martin Kasper
from € 599 to € 1,499
 curated Bauhaus artwork: PALM SPRINGS CITY HALL (Albert Frey) by Stephanie Kloss
PALM SPRINGS CITY HALL (Albert Frey)
Stephanie Kloss
€ 1,199
 curated Bauhaus artwork: Untitled Urbanscape 17 by Mauren Brodbeck
Untitled Urbanscape 17
Mauren Brodbeck
€ 699
 curated Bauhaus artwork: Bauhaus Dessau II by Sabine Wild
Bauhaus Dessau II
Sabine Wild
from € 599 to € 2,290
 curated Bauhaus artwork: Brasilian House by Jens Hausmann
Brasilian House
Jens Hausmann
from € 549 to € 1,299
 curated Bauhaus artwork: Vasen I, Entwurf: Hermann Gretsch by Willi Moegle
Vasen I, Entwurf: Hermann Gretsch
Willi Moegle
from € 259 to € 699
 curated Bauhaus artwork: Staircase blue by Adam Mørk
Staircase blue
Adam Mørk
from € 899 to € 1,999
 curated Bauhaus artwork: Mirage by Judith Lindner
Mirage
Judith Lindner
€ 949
 curated Bauhaus artwork: Screening Room by Jens Hausmann
Screening Room
Jens Hausmann
 curated Bauhaus artwork: Stairways by Martin Kasper
Stairways
Martin Kasper
from € 599 to € 1,499
 curated Bauhaus artwork: In Series by Piet Paris
In Series
Piet Paris
from € 399 to € 849
 curated Bauhaus artwork: CASE STUDY HOUSE #10 (Kemper Nomland) by Stephanie Kloss
CASE STUDY HOUSE #10 (Kemper Nomland)
Stephanie Kloss
from € 449 to € 1,099
 curated Bauhaus artwork: Modern house 3 by Jens Hausmann
Modern house 3
Jens Hausmann
from € 599 to € 1,799
 curated Bauhaus artwork: Haus des Rundfunks, Lichthof by Reinhard Görner
Haus des Rundfunks, Lichthof
Reinhard Görner
€ 2,490
 curated Bauhaus artwork: Mensa TU Braunschweig by Heinrich Heidersberger
Mensa TU Braunschweig
Heinrich Heidersberger
€ 799
 curated Bauhaus artwork: Vasen II, Entwurf: Hermann Gretsch by Willi Moegle
Vasen II, Entwurf: Hermann Gretsch
Willi Moegle
from € 259 to € 699
 curated Bauhaus artwork: Gwathmey House Triptych by Jenny Okun
Gwathmey House Triptych
Jenny Okun
from € 699 to € 1,499
 curated Bauhaus artwork: Modern house with bassin by Jens Hausmann
Modern house with bassin
Jens Hausmann
from € 599 to € 1,499
 curated Bauhaus artwork: Carmy Skylight Triptych by Jenny Okun
Carmy Skylight Triptych
Jenny Okun
from € 699 to € 1,499
 curated Bauhaus artwork: Lovesick by Marek Haiduk
Lovesick
Marek Haiduk
from € 349 to € 1,099




Curator Antonio de Campos Talks Bauhaus

In this video, LUMAS curator and Bauhaus aficionado Antonio de Campos introduces some of his favorite Bauhaus-inspired pieces from the portfolio.


Bauhaus Art at LUMAS

The simple and precise lines characteristic of the Bauhaus aesthetic have had an unmatched influence, and can be found throughout the world. At LUMAS, you will find Bauhaus artworks and art in the Bauhaus style. See the flickering, geometric surfaces in Sabine Wild’s reinterpretation of the Master House in Dessau. Or enter Jens Hausmann’s Brazilian jungle, where clean architectural lines graze dense foliage. In Horst & Daniel Zielske’s photographs of the Bauhaus in Dessau, the aesthetic is on display in all its photogenic purity. Bauhaus lives.


About the Bauhaus

Around a hundred years ago, in times of rapidly increasing mass-production, architect Walter Gropius founded an art institution with the stated intention of creating “… a new guild of craftsmen, without the class distinctions which raise an arrogant barrier between craftsman and artist." This was given the humble name of Bauhaus, German for “building house.”

In line with its mission, the school’s focus was divided evenly between fine arts and applied arts. While these disciplines had previously been separated, they were brought together to create a new, overarching philosophy which – as a formal language – would work in harmony with industrial production processes. Adhering to Louis Sullivan’s famous maxim “Form follows function,” Bauhaus came to be associated with a stark aesthetic of clean lines, common to and influencing the development of the geometric style art.

United trends in abstract, ergonomic, and industrial design, the school’s staff of craftsmen, architects, sculptors, and painters – including scions of abstract art like Paul Klee and Wassily Kandinsky – revolutionized the way art was taught. Other contributors like Herbert Bayer, Marcel Breuer, Johannes Itten, and Ludwig Mies van der Rohe made pathbreaking contributions in art and design, including in design theory, painting, illustration, and sculpture.

While the movement is most well-known for distinctive Bauhaus architecture, graphic design, and, and other types of industrial and artistic design products, the specific place of photography in the Bauhaus is often underappreciated. Bauhaus contributions to photography are largely associated with the name László Moholy-Nagy. Moholy-Nagy's experimentation brought photography to the formal coursework of the Bauhaus academy. Inspired by techniques of perspectival displacement and manipulation of lighting effects practiced by protagonists of abstract photography, he perceived in photography a tool to definitively undermine traditional representation and the monumentalizing tendencies of artwork with architecture as their object. In this key, he is famous for inventing the photogram, a mixed artistic technique which foregoes the use of the camera, and combines collage, photo-montage, and painting. His creations, often featuring athletic figures and scenes, have inspired generations of graphic and illustrated artists. As photorealism made its way into painting, so did avant garde photo collage methods like those developed by Moholy-Nagy inspire illustrators like Marek Haiduk in their turn.

The school and its philosophies had an enormous and lasting impact on many movements in modern art and architecture. Industrial art as a distinct style is to a great degree the legacy of Bauhaus. In the hands of Josef Albers, who like Moholy-Nagy and other Bauhaus visionaries relocated to America, the legendary Black Mountain College became a hotbed of new visions for mid-century art and design.

The Bauhaus is now viewed as one of the most important art education institutions of the 20th century, and has come to be a symbol of modernism in the fields of architecture and design. The Bauhaus moved from Weimar to Dessau in 1925 and relocated to Berlin in 1932. There it remained until dissolving under pressure from the Nazi regime in 1933.

Experience art from the LUMAS collection that carries on the style and vision of Bauhaus, and features legendary products of Bauhaus design.


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