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'''''Bauhaustreppe'''''[http://singing-moose.tumblr.com/post/9544450508/oskar-schlemmer-the-bauhaus-stairway] (1932, '''Bauhaus Stairway''') is a painting by [[Oskar Schlemmer]], in the collection of the [[Museum of Modern Art]]. '''''Bauhaustreppe'''''[http://singing-moose.tumblr.com/post/9544450508/oskar-schlemmer-the-bauhaus-stairway] (1932, '''Bauhaus Stairway''') is a painting by [[Oskar Schlemmer]], in the collection of the [[Museum of Modern Art]].
-[[Roy Lichtenstein]] [[reinterpretation|reinterpretated]] the work in 1988 on a painting of the same name by Oskar Schlemmer that was in turn based on Feininger's photo of the weavers.+[[Roy Lichtenstein]] [[reinterpretation|reinterpreted]] the work in 1988 on a painting of the same name by Oskar Schlemmer that was in turn based on Feininger's photo of the weavers.
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Bauhaustreppe[1] (1932, Bauhaus Stairway) is a painting by Oskar Schlemmer, in the collection of the Museum of Modern Art.

Roy Lichtenstein reinterpreted the work in 1988 on a painting of the same name by Oskar Schlemmer that was in turn based on Feininger's photo of the weavers.




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