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TRANSFORMATION OF PAINTING INTO ARCHITECTURE:
Museum for the Works of F. Lembersky

by
Yelena Lembersky

B.F.A., School of Art,
B.S., School of Architecture and Urban Planning

The University of Michigan
Ann Arbor, Michigan

August, 1991

SUBMITTED TO THE DEPARTMENT OF ARCHITECTURE
IN PARTIAL FULFILLMENT OF THE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE DEGREE

MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE
AT THE

MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
FEBRUARY 1994

@ Yelena Lembersky 1994. All rights reserved.

The author hereby grants to M.I.T. permission
to reproduce and to distribute publicly paper and

electronic copies of the thesis document in whole or in part.

Signature of the author
Yelena Lembersky, Department of Architecture January 14, 1994

Certified by Accepted by
Fernando Domeyko, Lecturer, ARosemary 0- nshaV, Chairperson, Departmental
Thesis Supervisor Commitee on Graduate Students

FEB 2 4 1994

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Diagram of linear structure. Lines focus and intensify the central part by
construction of secondary picture frame within existing picture frame.
Lines partially introduce the subject matter

Felix Lembersky, Seamstress (oil on cardboard), ca. 1964
Diagram of planes. Planes composed into a fragmented and independent
form,firther accentuate the central part of the painting. Planes begin to
giveform to subject matter

Diagram of space. Space infinite and constant is modeled by grades of
color and light. Space negates the subject introduced by lines and planes

46 Chapter 4: Museum

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Movement and tension diagrams

Planes against background

Chapter t Museum 47

Lines and planes

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