Piet Cornelis Mondrian
One of the most famous Dutch artists in art history; Piet Mondriaan (1872 - 1944). During his career Mondriaan went through a unique style development. He developed from Impressionism, through Symbolism and Cubism to his own form of abstract painting. He is seen as a pioneer of abstract and non-figurative art. Especially his later geometric-abstract artworks, with horizontal and vertical black lines and primary colours (red, blue, yellow), are world famous. A true source of inspiration for many architects and designers. He is also known abroad as Mondrian, he introduced this change himself after living in Paris.
Mondrian gifts and souvenirs
In our webshop we offer a wide range of products with the world famous artworks of Mondriaan. Nice souvenirs to give as gifts or to brighten up your home. Products such as serving trays, espresso cups, tea towels and much more. But also the Mondriaan reproduction posters of 50x70 or A3 size are a great success. Transform every living room into your own museum!
Put together your own gift package for a unique gift for the real museum lover. Suitable for every occasion and a choice of different artists and paintings.
Your own tailor-made merchandise
We can customize every product in our webshop in small quantities for you. Like mugs, posters or shopping bags with your favorite artwork or company logo. We make it all according to your wishes. Our design team is ready for design support 5 days a week and can make a design proposal in a short time. For more information please contact us on +31 (0) 883366990 or send an email with all your questions to [email protected] We aim to answer all your questions within 24 hours. For a better overview of all tailor-made merchandise, please take a look at www.lanzfeldeditions.com or request our catalogue.
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