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  • 1. http://www.wikipaintings.org/en/piet-mondrian/self-portrait-1918 1872 – 1944 Dutch Painter Piet Mondrian
  • 2. http://www.fanpix.net/picture-gallery/piet-mondrian-picture-13565367.htmttp://www.wikipaintings.org/en/piet-mondrian/self-portrait-1900
  • 3. http://www.wikipaintings.org/en/piet-mondrian/girl-writing-1895Piet Mondrian began as an artist drawing,
  • 4. and painting realistically. (Images look real)
  • 5. http://www.wikipaintings.org/en/piet-mondrian/composition-with-large-red-plane-yellow-black-gray-and-blue-1921Piet changed the He wa n t e dway he . to ex p l o r e h owHe didn’t want hispictures to lookl i ke . and wo r ke d t o g e t h e r.
  • 6. Over time, Piet’s work became more .http://www.wikipaintings.org/en/piet-mondrian/trees-by-the-gein-at-moonrise-1908
  • 7. Piet did not use details and he only used a .http://www.wikipaintings.org/en/piet-mondrian/still-life-with-gingerpot-2-1912
  • 8. Over time, Piet’s work becamemore simplified.Piet did not use details and heonly used a few colors theprimary colors.
  • 9. In addition to using just the primarycolors, Piet liked to use & lines in his art.
  • 10. For many years Piet used only , white, gray and the 3 primary colorsin his work.
  • 11. He was always trying to find a perfect in his art.
  • 12. Sometimes he would changethe thickness of thelines.Other times he would place thel i n e s close t og e t h e ror f a r apar t.
  • 13. When Piet was 68 years old, he moved to New York City.The skyscrapers and the straight lines of the streets may have inspired some of his paintings!
  • 14. What type of feelings do you sense when viewing this work? Broad Way Boogie 1942 – 43 Oil on Canvass 50 x 50 inches Museum of Modern Art New York City
  • 15. How do you feel about the canvass position? Piet Mondrian Composition with Yellow, Black, Blue, Red and Grey Oil On Canvass 1921
  • 16. Mondrian Shape Project RubricGraded Skills Criteria: 6 or less 9-10 Project incomplete. Project complete. Little use of shapes. Used little Creative effort is evidenced byIncorporation to no color. Very little thought Interesting use of balance and of Images given to project. color. Student frequently disrupts the Student listened during the class, does not listen when the presentation, was attentive and Participation teacher is talking, and is was respectable. frequently off task. Project unfinished, little to Project finished with maximum Effort none of the composition effort. Exceeds minimum completed. expectations. Project thrown together quickly Project finished.Craftsmanship and haphazardly, with no Carefully made, and beautifully attention to detail. crafted. Attitude Student is off task, does not Student worked diligently, And clean up properly, and does not enthusiastically, and helpedResponsibility participate. others.