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English: Composition VII (The Three Graces).
Nederlands: Compositie VII (de drie gratiën).
Nederlands: Vijfde compositie, 1917, motief ‘De drie gratiën’ (1917).
Français : Les trois grâces (1935).
English: Three Graces (1936).
Nederlands: De drie Gratiën (1936).
Français : Composition VII (1945).
English: Composition 7 (1947).
Nederlands: Compositie VII ‘de drie gratieën’ (1968, 1969).
Deutsch: Komposition VII ‘Die drei Grazien’ (1969, 1983).
Français : Composition VII dite Les Trois Grâces (1994).
English: January-May 1917.
Nederlands: Januari-mei 1917.
oil on canvas
85 × 85 cm (33.5 × 33.5 in)
Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum.
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|Theo van Doesburg (1883–1931)|
|Alternative names||Christian Emil Marie (Emile) Küpper, I.K. Bonset|
Dutch architect, painter and writer
|Date of birth/death||30 August 1883||7 March 1931|
|Location of birth/death||Utrecht||Davos|
|Work location||Amsterdam (1899-1914), Amersfoort (September 1908 ), Apeldoorn (July 1910 ), Fort Veldhuis (Heemskerk) (July 1914 ), Groesbeek (May 1915 -June 1915 , September 1916 ), Utrecht (city) (September 1915 -1916), Zoeterwoude (1916), Leiden (1916-1921), Paris (28 March 1921 ), Weimar (1921-1924), Rügen (July 1922 -August 1922 ), Paris (1923), Clamart (1924-1930), Belle-Île-en-Mer (June 1924 ), Strasbourg (September 1926 -February 1928 ), San Sebastian (1927), Antrain (Summer 1929), The Hague (1929), Auvers-sur-Oise (September 1930 ), Meudon (December 1930 -February 1931 ), Davos (March 1931 )|
|Authority control||LCCN: n79133763 | PND: 118526405 | VIAF: 39646290 | WorldCat | WP-Person|
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