Definition of Henri van de velde
1. Noun. Belgian architect (1863-1957).
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Literary usage of Henri van de velde
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1. Art in Flanders by Max Rooses (1914)
"Before them, Schadde had tried a very curious adaptation of the Gothic style for his station at Bruges. But the most FIG. 534.—henri van de velde. colossal ..."
2. Adventure Guide to Germany by Henk Bekker (2005)
"Both were designed by Henri van de Velde around 1904 and became the seat of ... After his death, she had Henri van de Velde design an archive to house his ..."
3. Belgium and Holland, Including the Grand-duchy of Luxembourg: Handbook for by Karl Baedeker (Firm) (1905)
"... AKT is best represented by Henri van de Velde (b. 1863; now in Weimar) and the versatile Philip Wol/ers. a. The Older Fart of the Upper Town. ..."
4. The Study of Modern Painting by Margaret Steele Anderson (1914)
"Among others of this persuasion are AW Finch, partly of English blood, Henri Van de Velde, Anna Boch, and George Lemmen. All of these men, however, ..."
5. Acht Jahre Sezession: (märz 1897-juni 1905) Kritik-polemik-chronik by Lajos Hevesi (1906)
"Vorigen Winter hatten die Wiener die Freude, Alfred Lichtwark persönlich kennen zu lernen, jetzt ist es Henri van de Velde. der hier erscheint, ..."