Window Glass

Theo van Doesburg (Dutch, 1883–1931)
Window Glass, 1922

Stained glass and lead
48 x 12 in. (122 x 30.5 cm)


December 1922/1923, Installed in the stairwell of the Christelijke U.L.O. Rehobôth school, Drachten, Netherlands

1922/1923–ca. 1960s, in situ in the school in Drachten

ca. 1974–1975, Galerie Gmurzynska, Cologne, Germany

1975, IU Art Museum purchase from Galerie Gmurzynska


March 8–May 31, 1974, "De Stijl, Cercle et Carré. Entwicklung des Konstruktivismus in Europa ab 1917," Galerie Gmurzynska, Cologne, Germany (cat. no. 50)

Catalogue Raisonné

Hoek, Els et al. Theo van Doesburg. Oeuvre Catalogus. Utrecht: Centraal Museum; Otterlo: Kröller-Müller Museum; Bussum: Uitgeverij Thoth, 2000. (cat. no. 685.IIb1, pg. 324).

Alternate Titles

Glas-in-loodraam trappenhuis linksonder



This window was one of six stained glass windows installed in a school in Drachten in 1922/23. It remained in situ until the 1960s, and therefore has a clean Nazi-era provenance. Provenance research on this piece is ongoing, and this record will be updated as more information becomes available.