Color Plates I–P
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Color Plates I–P
Color Plate I.1. Photograph of Light Prop, László Moholy-Nagy, "Lichtrequisit einer elektrischen Bühne," Die Form: Zeitschrift für gestaltende Arbeit 5, Nos. 11–12 (1930) p. 297. Public domain.
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Photograph of Light Prop, László Moholy-Nagy, "Lichtrequisit einer elektrischen Bühne," Die Form: Zeitschrift für gestaltende Arbeit 5, Nos. 11–12 (1930) p. 297. Public domain.

Color Plate I.2. Schematic drawing of Light Prop, László Moholy-Nagy, "Lichtrequisit einer elektrischen Bühne," Die Form: Zeitschrift für gestaltende Arbeit 5, Nos. 11–12 (1930) p. 298. Public domain.
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Schematic drawing of Light Prop, László Moholy-Nagy, "Lichtrequisit einer elektrischen Bühne," Die Form: Zeitschrift für gestaltende Arbeit 5, Nos. 11–12 (1930) p. 298. Public domain.

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Color Plate J.1. (Left) László Moholy-Nagy, Light Prop for an Electric Stage (1930), Harvard Art Museums BR56.5; (right) Exhibition replica (2006), constructed by Jürgen Steger, courtesy of Hattula Moholy-Nagy, Harvard Art Museums 2007.105. (© Artists Rights Society [ARS], New York / VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn) Images by Cristoforo Magliozzi, metaLAB (at) Harvard; courtesy of the Harvard Art Museums.
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(Left) László Moholy-Nagy, Light Prop for an Electric Stage (1930), Harvard Art Museums BR56.5; (right) Exhibition replica (2006), constructed by Jürgen Steger, courtesy of Hattula Moholy-Nagy, Harvard Art Museums 2007.105. (© Artists Rights Society [ARS], New York / VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn) Images by Cristoforo Magliozzi, metaLAB (at) Harvard; courtesy of the Harvard Art Museums.

Color Plate J.2. (Top) exhibition replica (2006), constructed by Jürgen Steger, courtesy of Hattula Moholy-Nagy, Harvard Art Museums 2007.105; (bottom) László Moholy-Nagy, Light Prop for an Electric Stage (1930), Harvard Art Museums BR56.5. (© Artists Rights Society [ARS], New York / VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn) Images by Cristoforo Magliozzi, metaLAB (at) Harvard, courtesy of the Harvard Art Museums. Detail views show the design, action and condition of the "flags" facet of the Light Prop.
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(Top) exhibition replica (2006), constructed by Jürgen Steger, courtesy of Hattula Moholy-Nagy, Harvard Art Museums 2007.105; (bottom) László Moholy-Nagy, Light Prop for an Electric Stage (1930), Harvard Art Museums BR56.5. (© Artists Rights Society [ARS], New York / VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn) Images by Cristoforo Magliozzi, metaLAB (at) Harvard, courtesy of the Harvard Art Museums. Detail views show the design, action and condition of the "flags" facet of the Light Prop.

Color Plate J.3. (Top) László Moholy-Nagy, Light Prop for an Electric Stage (1930), Harvard Art Museums BR56.5; (bottom) exhibition replica (2006), constructed by Jürgen Steger, courtesy of Hattula Moholy-Nagy, Harvard Art Museums 2007.105. (© Artists Rights Society [ARS], New York / VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn) Image by Cristoforo Magliozzi, metaLAB (at) Harvard, courtesy of the Harvard Art Museums. Detail views compare materials and finishes of the ball, spiral, and metal disks in the upper story of Light Prop in both the 1930 original and the 2006 replica.
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Color Plate J.3.

(Top) László Moholy-Nagy, Light Prop for an Electric Stage (1930), Harvard Art Museums BR56.5; (bottom) exhibition replica (2006), constructed by Jürgen Steger, courtesy of Hattula Moholy-Nagy, Harvard Art Museums 2007.105. (© Artists Rights Society [ARS], New York / VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn) Image by Cristoforo Magliozzi, metaLAB (at) Harvard, courtesy of the Harvard Art Museums. Detail views compare materials and finishes of the ball, spiral, and metal disks in the upper story of Light Prop in both the 1930 original and the 2006 replica.

Color Plate J.4. (Top) exhibition replica (2006), constructed by Jürgen Steger, courtesy of Hattula Moholy-Nagy, Harvard Art Museums 2007.105; (bottom) László Moholy-Nagy, Light Prop for an Electric Stage (1930), Harvard Art Museums BR56.5. (© Artists Rights Society [ARS], New York / VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn) Images by Cristoforo Magliozzi, metaLAB (at) Harvard, courtesy of the Harvard Art Museums. These detail views show the design, action and condition of the chains and gears in the Light Prop drive assembly.
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Color Plate J.4.

(Top) exhibition replica (2006), constructed by Jürgen Steger, courtesy of Hattula Moholy-Nagy, Harvard Art Museums 2007.105; (bottom) László Moholy-Nagy, Light Prop for an Electric Stage (1930), Harvard Art Museums BR56.5. (© Artists Rights Society [ARS], New York / VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn) Images by Cristoforo Magliozzi, metaLAB (at) Harvard, courtesy of the Harvard Art Museums. These detail views show the design, action and condition of the chains and gears in the Light Prop drive assembly.

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Color Plate K.1. Detail of László Moholy-Nagy, A II (Construction AII), oil and graphite on canvas, 1924, SRGM 43.900 (top), showing intersecting forms painted principally with (a) an organic yellow, (b) organic red PR3, (c) cadmium yellow and (d) umber; detail of László Moholy-Nagy, B-10 Space Modulator, 1942, oil and incised lines on Plexiglas, SRGM 47.1063 (bottom), showing intersecting forms painted principally with (a) vermilion, (b) ivory black and (c) iron oxide pigment. (Photos: Kristopher McKay. © Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, Solomon R. Guggenheim Founding Collection.)
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Detail of László Moholy-Nagy, A II (Construction AII), oil and graphite on canvas, 1924, SRGM 43.900 (top), showing intersecting forms painted principally with (a) an organic yellow, (b) organic red PR3, (c) cadmium yellow and (d) umber; detail of László Moholy-Nagy, B-10 Space Modulator, 1942, oil and incised lines on Plexiglas, SRGM 47.1063 (bottom), showing intersecting forms painted principally with (a) vermilion, (b) ivory black and (c) iron oxide pigment. (Photos: Kristopher McKay. © Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, Solomon R. Guggenheim Founding Collection.)

Color Plate K.2. László Moholy-Nagy, AXL II, oil, graphite and ink on canvas, 1927, SRGM 64.1754, detail showing areas of unpainted, primed canvas in the two diagonal shafts. (Photo: Kristopher McKay. © Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York. Gift, Mrs. Andrew P. Fuller, 1964.)
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László Moholy-Nagy, AXL II, oil, graphite and ink on canvas, 1927, SRGM 64.1754, detail showing areas of unpainted, primed canvas in the two diagonal shafts. (Photo: Kristopher McKay. © Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York. Gift, Mrs. Andrew P. Fuller, 1964.)

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Color Plate L.1. Details of László Moholy-Nagy, Tp 2, oil and incised lines on Trolit, 1930, SRGM 37.357 (top); László Moholy-Nagy, Space III, oil and incised lines on Plexiglas, 1940, © The Hilla von Rebay Foundation on extended loan to SRGM, SRGM 1970.41 (middle); and László Moholy-Nagy, Sil 2, 1933, oil and incised lines on Silberit, SRGM 48.1157 (bottom), showing Moholy-Nagy's use of incised lines in Trolit, Plexiglas (with incisions selectively filled with pigment) and aluminum supports. (Photos: Kristopher McKay. Top and bottom: © Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York.)
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Details of László Moholy-Nagy, Tp 2, oil and incised lines on Trolit, 1930, SRGM 37.357 (top); László Moholy-Nagy, Space III, oil and incised lines on Plexiglas, 1940, © The Hilla von Rebay Foundation on extended loan to SRGM, SRGM 1970.41 (middle); and László Moholy-Nagy, Sil 2, 1933, oil and incised lines on Silberit, SRGM 48.1157 (bottom), showing Moholy-Nagy's use of incised lines in Trolit, Plexiglas (with incisions selectively filled with pigment) and aluminum supports. (Photos: Kristopher McKay. Top and bottom: © Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum...