|Born||4 August 1890|
|Died||24 November 1971|
Martina “Tine” Baanders (1890 – 1971) was a Dutch illustrator, graphic designer, typographer, lithographer, teacher and made items out of leather. She is known for ex-libris designs and protective book covers.She studied at the Instituut voor Kunstnijverheidsonderwijs in Amsterdam. In 1919 she became a teacher in design and calligraphy at the book binding department of the Dagteeken- en Kunstambachtsschool voor Meisjes in Amsterdam. She was a frequent contributor to the art magazine Wendingen. She exhibited her work in Amsterdam (1913, 1917), Rotterdam (1918), Haarlem (1919) and Paris (1925). At the Exposition Internationale des Arts Décoratifs et Industriels Modernes (1925 world's fair) in Paris, she was awarded a Diplôme de Médaille de Bronze. Besides teaching in Amsterdam, she also taught calligraphy during the years 1949-1953 at the Academie voor Kunst en Industrie (AKI) in Enschede.
The Amsterdam School is a style of architecture that arose from 1910 through about 1930 in the Netherlands. The Amsterdam School movement is part of international Expressionist architecture, sometimes linked to German Brick Expressionism.
Anna Roemers Visscher was a Dutch artist, poet, and translator.
Wendingen was an architecture and art magazine that appeared from 1918 to 1932. It was a monthly publication aimed at architects and interior designers. The booklet was published by Amsterdam publisher Hooge Brug (1918–1923) and by the Santpoort publisher C.A. Mees (1924–1931). It was a mouthpiece for the architect association Architectura et Amicitia.. The chief editor was the architect Hendricus Theodorus Wijdeveld. Wendingen initially was an important platform for Dutch expressionism, also known as the Amsterdam School, and later endorsed the New Objectivity.
Antonia "Tonke" Johanna Willemina Dragt is a Dutch writer and illustrator of children's literature. Her book De brief voor de Koning was chosen by CPNB as the best Dutch youth book of the latter half of the twentieth century.
Johannes "Johan" Gerardus Diederik van Hell was a Dutch visual artist and musician. His work was included in the 1939 exhibition and sale Onze Kunst van Heden at the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam. He was a dedicated socialist and a man with a highly developed social conscience. Many of his later works depict the struggles and plight of ‘the man in the street’. In 1925, he decided to produce lithographs to make art available at a reasonable price to the working class. He also gave free private art and music lessons to gifted students who could not afford the tuition.
Gerrit Mannoury was a Dutch philosopher and mathematician, professor at the University of Amsterdam and communist, known as the central figure in the signific circle, a Dutch counterpart of the Vienna circle.
Willem Hendrik Gispen was a Dutch industrial designer, best known for his Giso lamps and serially produced functionalist steel-tube furniture.
Herman Hendrik Baanders, also known as Hermanus Hendrikus Baanders and H.H. Baanders, was a Dutch architect who was primarily active in Amsterdam.
Wilhelmina Drucker was a Dutch politician and writer. One of the first Dutch feminists, she was also known under her pseudonyms Gipsy, Gitano, and E. Prezcier.
Annejet van der Zijl is a well-known and widely read writer in the Netherlands. So far, she has written seven non-fiction books and one fiction book, most of which have become bestsellers. Her work has been awarded the Gouden Ganzenveer and the Amsterdam Prize for the Arts.
Henriette Goverdine Anna "Jet" Roland Holst-van der Schalk was a Dutch poet and communist. She was nominated for the Nobel Prize in Literature.
Margaret Staal-Kropholler, frequently referred to as Margaret Kropholler, was the first woman in the Netherlands to practice as a professional architect.
Clara Gertrud Wichmann was a German–Dutch lawyer and anarchist feminist activist, who became a leading advocate of criminal justice reform and prison abolition in the Netherlands.
Nina Baanders-Kessler was a Dutch sculptor and medalist.
Helena Suzanna van Hall was a Dutch dancer.
The Lauriergracht is one of the canals of Amsterdam, located in the Jordaan, west of the Grachtengordel.
Karel Petrus Cornelis de Bazel was a modern Dutch architect, engraver, draftsman, furniture designer, carpet designer, glass artist and bookbinding designer. He was the teacher of Adriaan Frederik van der Weij and the first chairman of the Bond van Nederlandse Architecten, beginning in 1909.
Jan Frederik ("Frits") Staal, was a Dutch architect, and a major figure in the development of modern architecture in the Netherlands in the first half of the twentieth century. He was the father of the architects Arthur and Georges Staal and the linguist and South Asia scholar Jan Frederik Staal.
Anna Christina Witmond-Berkhout was a Dutch children's writer, best known under her pseudonym Tine van Berken. She also wrote adult books under the name Anna Koubert.
Wilhelmina "Willie" Cornelia Drupsteen (1880–1966) was a Dutch illustrator. She is known for her graphic work and book illustrations.