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Dictum (Spruch)

20th century
295 x 229 mm (11.6 x 9 in.)

Johannes Itten, Swiss, (1888–1967)

Object Type: print
Medium and Support: Color lithograph on medium-weight ivory wove paper
Edition: Edition of 110; numbers “11-110” on this sheet (numbers 1–10 were deluxe edition on Japan paper); published as plate 3 in the first Bauhaus-Mappe, Weimar
Marks: [text in image: “Gruss und Heil der Herzen”; add to inscription after signature etc.]
Credit Line: Friends of the Davison Art Center funds, 2006
Accession Number: 2006.1.1

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  • color prints - Images printed in two or more colors; if color is applied after printing, use "colored" (ALT of "coloring") + "prints." For color photographs, use "color prints (photographs)."
  • crosses (motifs) - Use to describe motifs consisting of two intersecting lines or bars, with many variations in the shapes of the arms. For structures or objects of cross shape, especially those used as Christian symbols, use "crosses (objects)." [January 1993 scope note changed; related term added; descriptor changed, was 'crosses'; alternate term changed, was 'cross'.]
  • hearts (motifs) - Use for the highly conventionalized figure based on the shape of the human heart. [March 1993 descriptor changed, was 'hearts'; alternate term changed, was 'heart'.]
  • heaven - Place or state of eternal bliss and ideal relationship with God or the gods, usually accorded as the reward for virtue and true religious faith. [October 1990 descriptor added.]

  • image Dimensions: 295 x 229 mm (11.6 x 9 in.)

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