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Mug , Mondrian LF

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Pouch, Mondrian

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Photo Pen, Mondrian

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Piet Mondrian is recognized worldwide as a pioneer of abstract and non-figurative art. His later geometric-abstract works, characterized by horizontal and vertical black lines and primary colors, are iconic and have inspired many architects and applied art designers. During a visit to his sick father in the Netherlands in 1914, the First World War broke out, preventing him from returning to Paris. In January 1915 he moved to Laren (NH), where he met Bart van der Leck and Theo van Doesburg. From 1917 onwards, naturalism disappeared from his work.

Initially, Piet Mondrian did not consider colors important in his artwork and he mainly worked with gray tones and browns. Later he chose to make more abstract works in which color and lines played the leading role. He always used the three primary colors (blue, red and yellow), in addition to black and white. His best-known works are those with black lines and white, blue, red and yellow areas. Mondriaan mainly created paintings with thick, black lines and primary colors in between: red, blue and yellow.

On this page you will find a wide range of museum products with images of works of art by Piet Mondriaan from his cubist period. Imagine yourself in the world of Mondriaan with the luxurious products and gifts of museum quality! Exclusively designed by Lanzfeld Editions.

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