Til Brugman

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Til Brugman
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Brugman in 1926
Born
Mathilda Maria Petronella Brugman

(1888-09-16)16 September 1888
Died24 July 1958(1958-07-24) (aged 69)
Nationality Dutch
Movement Dada, De Stijl
Awards Marianne Philips Prize - Novels Prize, Amsterdam

Mathilda (Til) Brugman (16 September 1888, Amsterdam – 24 July 1958, Gouda) was a Dutch author, poet, translator, and linguist.

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Biography

From 1926 to 1936, she lived in The Hague and later in Berlin with the German Dada artist Hannah Höch. [1] In 1935, she published Scheingehacktes: Grotesken mit Zeichnungen von Hannah Höch.

In her apartment in The Hague, the music room was designed by Vilmos Huszár and supplemented with unique furniture of Gerrit Rietveld. A White Chair was designed by Gerrit Rietveld as a special commission for Til Brugman in 1923. Before Dutch Chair Designer Gerrit Rietveld painted the Red and Blue Chair, he made several mono colored ones. In the room a multi-colored end table by Gerrit Rietveld was also included.

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Til Brugman's Music Room

Awards

In 1952, she received the Marianne Philips Prize and the Novels Prize (Amsterdam) for her work.

Selected works

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Til Brugman’s English and French language poem “SHE HE”

Some translations by Til Brugman and collaborations with others

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References

  1. Corinne, Tee A (2002). "Höch, Hannah". glbtq.com . Archived from the original on 2014-01-06.

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