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Would you send me select good brushes? It contained the contents of Spannung by Kandinsky that had been published earlier in Germany from the Bauhaus-Books.

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From Mizukoshi, Itten earnestly studied Nanga and learned to grasp the essentiality of objects and to express them in symbolism. The spiritual teaching of mastering from the mind to the hand, gave a striking impression on Itten.

It is not overstating for us to conclude that we can take the Itten Methods as the familiar design educational methods in Japan today, thanks to the efforts of the pioneers who actively sought for the educational exchange with Itten. On March 20,they made a trip to szmek to the Bauhaus and the Yamawakis. Daigaku-Bijutsukyouiku-Gakkaishi, 33, According to the prospectus of the Itten-Schule, the educational course was divided into basic education and specialized education.

Johannes Itten – A Sznek Mvszete

Kuniyoshi Obarathe founder of Tamagawa-Gakuen-school, who was staying in Berlin at the time on his observation trip of the European and American educational systems, watched Mizukoshi give Nanga lessons to Itten and students of the Itten-Schule.


The Elements of Color 7 types of colour It is the fruit of numerous exchanges between the Japanese people and Itten. For this reason, practicing Nanga will become an important study [14].

It was a book on art theory written by Johannes Itten, Documents. However, because the Bauhaus education required a long schooling time and because the Dessau Bauhaus School was suffering from problems and was soon closing down, they took the advice ssznek Mr.

Goethe, Chevreul, Munsell, Itten, and It is the wonderful fusion of east-west intelligence and sensibility in design education.

In Berlin, the Yamawakis gave Yamamuro and Sasagawa a guided tour of the Siedlung a modern apartment building in company with Motoko Hani, the founder of Jiyu-Gakuen-school, and her daughter, Keiko.

Johannes Itten defined Mitsuko Yamamuro and Mrs. It is assumed that Itten needed good brushes for Japanese painting lessons. He noted that the Itten Method allowed an orderly experience of important sensations and the ability to polish these sensations in minimal time, and that it had the necessary training program to develop color sensations and adopted them in his teaching program [25]. During his stay in Berlin, Mizukoshi gave lessons on Nanga, a type of Japanese painting drawn with brush and ink, at the Itten-Schule and the private residence of AlekisanAlexander Nagai, the commercial attach at the Japanese Embassy in Berlin.

I contacted her directly and confirmed them to be the facts.

After their return to Japan, Yamamuro and Sasagawa conveyed the Itten methods not only to the Jiyu-Gakuen-school but also to leaders of the Japanese constructive art education movement. Shounan Mizukoshi and Yumeji TakehisaJapanese painters, gave lessons on the Japanese painting to Itten and his students at the Itten-Schule. As they were thoroughly relaxed, a minute free drawing with Sumi-ink and brush followed [12].


As described above, Mizukoshi taught his students to observe an object scientifically, to grasp the essence of the object and to draw what it symbolizes. This book was later displayed at the Jiyu-Gakuen Exhibition.

Johannes Itten – L’Art de la

It emphasized deep breathing as an important measure to unify the feelings [13]. Utten his diary, Itten wrote that in Nanga one treated things symbolically [5]. Itten learned to grasp the essentiality of objects, to express them in symbolism, etc.

Nagai favored the arts and used to paint a lot. I was influenced by his method of practical training which did not exist in western art practice and chose my career as art instructor [21]. Upon their return to Japan, Yamamuro and Sasagawa gave a detailed presentation of the report jojannes Ittens educational methods at a seminar given by Renshichiro Kawakita, the author of the book.

It is highly likely that the two people may be the same individual [6].

It can be said that Ittens interest in the East became decisive by studying Japanese paintings which grasp the essence of the object. Renshichiro Kawakita and Katsuo Takei was published.