Andre Kertesz.  Piet Mondrian, 1926.  carte-postale

André Kertész PIET MONDRIAN on carte-postale, signed and annotated 'Paris' in pencil in the margin, inscribed 'Mondrian' in ink on the reverse, framed, 1926

A influência de Mondrian

Piet Mondrian and De Stijl. Mondrian was a Dutch painter and a key contributor to the De Stijl Movement of the early century. He coined the term "Neo-Plasticism" to describe this style characterized by rigid lines and primary colors.

Pieter Cornelis (Piet) Mondriaan (Amersfoort, 7 maart 1872 – New York, 1 februari 1944) was een Nederlandse kunstschilder en kunsttheoreticus. Mondriaan wordt algemeen gezien als een pionier van de abstracte en non-figuratieve kunst. Vooral zijn latere geometrisch-abstracte werk.Hij was een van de belangrijkste medewerkers van het tijdschrift De Stijl en ontwikkelde een eigen kunsttheorie, die hij Nieuwe Beelding of Neo-plasticisme noemde.

Here are some photos of famous artists who have used the image of the Doof in their work.

Piet Mondrian (1872-1944) with his last finished painting ”Broadway Boogie Woogie”. Photo: Fritz Glarner, 1943

Piet Mondrian (Dutch, with his last finished painting ”Broadway Boogie Woogie”. Photo: Fritz Glarner, colorized by painters-in-color

PIET MONDRIAN 1872-1944

Piet Mondrian

Piet Mondrian (1872-1944): Chrysanthemum (1906)

Piet Mondrian, Chrysanthemum Amazing how he went from this to pure abstract art

Composition Avec Bleu, Rouge, Jaune et Noir, 1922

Composition Avec Bleu, Rouge, Jaune et Noir by Piet Mondrian

George Hendrik Breitner (1857-1923)  Dutch Painter - Admired for wonderful city & street scenes, views of Amsterdam in the 1890's. ~Repinned via Antonie van Gelder http://www.google.nl/imgres?q=breitner&hl=nl&biw=1311&bih=646&tbm=isch&tbnid=BVolsmM3to_0UM:&imgrefurl=http://nl

George Hendrik Breitner (Dutch Impressionist Painter and Photographer

Arnold Newman - Piet Mondrian (1937)

arqsa: “ saloandseverine: “ Piet Mondrian with his paintings, 1937 ”

Interesting Mondrian project - This is a neat concept, to take a famous art style and mix it with something new or different.

mondrian style tree (lesson: show a variety of art pieces from artists with unique styles and assign students to create their own original style and show it in a piece)

Tibor Nagy - Fine Artist

Tibor Nagy - Artwork for Sale - Rimavska Sobota, Slovakia - Slovak Republic

Stilleven met gemberpot II (1912) Piet Mondriaan

Still Life with Gingerpot II (Stilleven met gemberpot II), Oil on canvas, 37 x 47 inches x 120 cm). Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York © 2007 Mondrian/Holtzman Trust

Pinterest
Search