In addition to painting, Dutch artist Theo van Doesburg (1883-1931) co-founder and "ambassador" to the De Stijl movement, designed many stained glass works during his career. His neoplastic art, with its black bordered color fields, were perfectly suited for the stained glass medium.
Female Head, 1917
Fortunam Suam Quisque Parat, 1927. Rough translation: Every man is the architect of his own future.
Composition in Three Panels, 1927
Composition VIII, 1918-1919
Composition with Window III, 1917
Digger, Harvester, Sower and Reaper
Study for The Sower (seen in 3rd panel above)
Stained glass study, 1917