Tine Baanders

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Tine Baanders
Born4 August 1890
Died24 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. [1] 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. [2] Besides teaching in Amsterdam, she also taught calligraphy during the years 1949-1953 at the Academie voor Kunst en Industrie (AKI) in Enschede. [3]

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  1. Coultre, Martijn F. Le; Lupton, Ellen; Purvis, Alston W. (October 2001). Wendingen - A Journal for the Arts, 1918-1932. Princeton Architectural Press. ISBN   9781568982762.
  2. Groot, Marjan (2007). Vrouwen in de vormgeving in Nederland 1880-1940 (in Dutch). 010 Publishers. p. 455. ISBN   9789064505218 . Retrieved 2020-10-08.
  3. Tine Baanders in the RKD