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Piet Mondrian

A short biography, collection of work, and works inspired by Piet Mondrian.
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Nicholas Donner

on 10 April 2014

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Transcript of Piet Mondrian

Piet Mondrian was a Dutch abstract painter know for his unique style of black grid lines with areas of PRIMARY COLOR.
In 1940, Mondrian moves to New York City, where the congested city streets inspired him to create one of his most iconic works,
Broadway Boogie Woogie
.
In 1919, Mondrian's iconic style of dark gride lines with spots of primary color begins to emerge.
In 1911, Mondrian moved to Paris France, which was the capital of the art world back then. It was there that he became heavily influenced by Cubist painters like Picasso and Braque.
Mondrian started out as a primary school art teacher.
Most of his earlier work was of natural landscapes and trees.
Piet Mondrian
In 1909 Mondrian joined the Theosophical Society of abstract artists. It was at this point that his own artwork became more abstract.
Piet Mondrian died of Pnuemonia on February 1st, 1944 in New York, but today his legacy lives on...
Mondrian was born on March 7th, 1872 in Amersfoort, Netherlands.
Gray Tree
, 1911 Oil on Canvas
View from the Dunes with Beach and Piers
, 1909 oil on cardboard
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