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'''Mathieu Hubertus Josephus Schoenmaekers''' (13 December 1875, Maastricht - 18 December 1944, Laren) was a Dutch [[Theosophy|Theosophist]] and mathematician who developed the  philosophical principles applied in the artistic movement called [[Neoplasticism|neoplasticism]] or the '''De Stijl movement'''.
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'''Mathieu Hubertus Josephus Schoenmaekers''' ([[December 13]], 1875, Maastricht - [[December 18]], 1944, Laren) was a Dutch [[Theosophy|Theosophist]] and mathematician who developed the  philosophical principles applied in the artistic movement called '''neoplasticism''' or the '''De Stijl movement'''.
  
 
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Mathieu Hubertus Josephus Schoenmaekers (December 13, 1875, Maastricht - December 18, 1944, Laren) was a Dutch Theosophist and mathematician who developed the philosophical principles applied in the artistic movement called neoplasticism or the De Stijl movement.

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