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Artist Theo van Doesburg (1883, Utrecht – 1931, Davos)
English: Composition VII (The Three Graces).
Nederlands: Compositie VII (de drie gratiën).

Alternate titles:

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.
Medium oil on canvas
Dimensions 85 × 85 cm (33.5 × 33.5 in)
Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum.
St. Louis, Missouri


  • c. 1921: presented to Lena Milius by Theo van Doesburg
  • Date unknown: presented to Nelly van Doesburg by Lena Milius
  • 1947: bought by the Washington University Gallery of Art, St. Louis, from Nelly van Doesburg through The Art of this Century Gallery, New York



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