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Piet Mondrian the complex paintings of Dutch neoplasticism

Piet Mondrian

Piet Mondrian, whose real name is Pieter Cornelis Mondriaan, is a Dutch painter known for founding Neoplasticism together with his compatriot and friend Theo van Doesburg.

His art was utopian and focused on the search for universal and aesthetic values.
After the initial phase of figurative painting, it evolved in the abstract and then decided to use only the colors red, blue and yellow as primary colors, painting only vertical and horizontal lines.

He died in New York in 1944 at the height of his artistic success.

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The red tree

The original work is dated 1908-1909 and is kept at the Municipal Museum in The Hague, in the Netherlands. Neoplastic painter for whom art must be...
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Blossoming apple tree

The original work is dated 1912 and is kept in the Municipal Museum of The Hague in the Netherlands. Piet Mondrian’s pictorial research is directed...
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Composition II in red, blu and yellow

The work of the Dutch neoplastic painter Piet Mondrian expresses his quest for pure art, without subjective or natural contaminations. The painting...
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