A leading proponent of the De Stijl movement founded by Theo van Doesburg in the early 20th century, Dutch artist Piet Mondrian (1872-1944) progressed from Impressionist landscapes to Cubism and abstract works toward the end of his career. Today he is recognized principally by his geometric abstracts of black lines with primary color blocks, as he experimented extensively with balance and composition. Boasting outstanding color reproductions on nearly every page, this art book is both affordable and compact (measuring just under 71/2 inches square) yet offers a surprisingly wide-ranging survey of this important modern artist, with an introductory essay, titles, and captions in six languages.

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Author: Hajo Duchting
Hardcover: 216 pages


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