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ID: 500034164
Page Link: http://vocab.getty.edu/page/ulan/500034164

 

Record Type: Person
Krajewski, Max Sinowjewitsch (Polish artist and architect, 1901-1971, active in Germany and the Soviet Union)

Note: Krajewski moved to Germany in January 1919. He was a student at the Bauhaus in Weimar and Dessau, Germany from 1923 to 1927. He and Marianne Brandt designed the lamps for the Bauhaus building in Dessau from ca. 1925 to 1926. He worked in Walter Gropius's architectural office from 1926 to 1927. He emigrated to Moscow in 1931 and worked as an architect in Soviet Union. Polish architect.

Names:
Krajewski, Max Sinowjewitsch (preferred,V,index)
Max Sinowjewitsch Krajewski (V,display)
Krajevski, Max (V)
Krajewski, Max (V)
Max Krajewski (V)

Nationalities:
Polish (preferred)
Russian
Eastern European
Central European

Roles:
artist (preferred)
architect
designer
draftsman
metalworker
watercolorist

Gender: male

Birth and Death Places:
Born:  Poland (Europe) (nation)
Died:  Moscow (Moskva, Russia) (inhabited place)

Events:
active:   1919 - 1931  Germany (Europe) (nation)
active:   1931-1971  Russia (Asia) (nation)

Related People or Corporate Bodies:
collaborated with ....  Brandt, Marianne  1925-1926
................................  (German metalworker and designer, 1893-1984) [500019983]
employee of ....  Gropius, Walter  from 1926 to 1927
....................  (German American architect, teacher, and industrial designer, 1883-1969) [500028112]

List/Hierarchical Position:
 ....  Persons, Artists
 ........  Krajewski, Max Sinowjewitsch (I)

Biographies:
(Polish artist and architect, 1901-1971, active in Germany and the Soviet Union) ..... [VP Preferred]
(Russian and Polish metalworker, designer, architect, draughtsman and watercolorist, born Poland, 1901; died Moscow (Soviet Union, now Russia (Federation)), 1971; active Germany, 1919-1931 and Soviet Union (now Russia (Federation)), 1931-1971) ..... [CCA]
(Polish architect, 1901-1971) ..... [AVERY]
(Polish architect) ..... [AVERY]

Additional Names:

Sources and Contributors:
Krajevski, Max ........ [CCA]
..............................  Canadian Centre for Architecture database
Krajewski, Max ........ [AVERY Preferred]
..............................  Avery Authority files (1963-)
Krajewski, Max Sinowjewitsch ........ [AVERY, CCA Preferred]
.........................................................  Avery Authority files (1963-)
.........................................................  Krajewski, Bauhaus, Bauhaus-Ideen (1994) 565-571
Max Krajewski ........ [AVERY, VP]
............................  Getty Vocabulary Program rules
Max Sinowjewitsch Krajewski ........ [CCA]
.......................................................  Canadian Centre for Architecture database

Subject: ........ [AVERY, CCA, VP]
....................  Canadian Centre for Architecture database
....................  Centropa, 2003 Jan., v.3, n.1 41
....................  Droste, Bauhaus, 1919-1933 (1990) 120-123
....................  Krajewski, Bauhaus, Bauhaus-Ideen (1994) 565-571
....................  Richard, Encyclop├ędie du Bauhaus (1985) 198-199
....................  Sharp, Bauhaus, Dessau: Walter Gropius (1993)
....................  Wingler, The Bauhaus (1978) 622
 
Note:
English .......... [AVERY, CCA]
.......... Centropa, 2003 Jan., v.3, n.1 41
.......... Droste, Bauhaus, 1919-1933 (1990)
.......... Krajewski, Bauhaus, Bauhaus-Ideen (1994) 565-571
.......... Richard, Encyclop├ędie du Bauhaus (1985) 198-199
.......... Wingler, The Bauhaus (1978)
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