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Their statements showed clearly how Itten emphasized the importance of Nanga. Yumeji prepared the texts for his classes.

The aims of education at the Itten-Schule were to lead the creative ability in humans, to develop, and to teach methods in art education in accordance with the students special talents and abilities [1]. It was also Nagai that translated the class text materials prepared by Yumeji Takehisa who will be mentioned johwnnes.

Thus, the school had a close relation with the Bauhaus people [2].


The spiritual teaching of mastering from the mind to the hand, gave a striking impression on Itten. Published on Mar View Download 3.

It contained the contents of Spannung by Kandinsky that had been published earlier in Germany from the Bauhaus-Books. Yamawaki and decided to study at the Itten-Schule instead [9]. 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.


It is the fruit of numerous exchanges between the Japanese people and Itten. It is the wonderful fusion of east-west intelligence and sensibility in design education. We cannot give life to a leaf just by drawing it after viewing it with our eyes.

Johannes Itten – A Sznek Mvszete

Shounan Mizukoshi visited Berlin, accompanying Suiun Komuro who was dispatched from Japan for the exhibition. Johannes Ittens Design Education and Japan A student would proceed to the specialized educational course after they finished iyten basic education course.

Johannes Itten Itten: The details of the analysis of class contents, class works, text materials for classes of Yumeji Takehisa were clarified in the following treatises: The lily is white and this symbolizes purity Unless one understands that the very life of a lily is in its modesty, he insists, one could not possibly paint lilies. 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.

Eva Plaut later taught art at the Sorbonne in Paris. Daigaku-Bijutsukyouiku-Gakkaishi, 25, Would you send me select good brushes?

Itten Johannes the Elements of Color Documents. It emphasized deep breathing as an important measure to unify the feelings [13].


In it, Itten touched on Yumeji, and quoted from Yumejis texts of his Japanese painting lessons about different kinds of lines that expressed different kinds of emotions. Daigaku-Bijutsukyouiku-Gakkaishi, 33, Japan, Sasagawa bought a book recommended by Itten.

The gist of his texts are as follows: They were most interested in the Bauhaus and the schools in Berlin.

For this reason, practicing Nanga will become an important study [14]. InJohannes Itten founded his private design school in Berlin. Eva Plaut was another person who was impressed by Yumejis lessons at the Itten-Schule. The book described Ittens principles of the contrast of light and dark and theories of colors in detail. After their return to Japan, Yamamuro and Johannee conveyed the Itten methods not only to the Jiyu-Gakuen-school but also to leaders of the Japanese constructive art education movement.

The exchange of Itten and the Japanese people can be said to have played an important role in the following two aspects: On March 20,they made a trip to visit to the Bauhaus and the Yamawakis.