Piet mondrian

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Piet mondrian

  1. 1. PIETMONDRIA N
  2. 2. • Piet Mondrian was born in Holland in 1872• He is famous for his “Compositions” or non- representational paintings.• They consist of rectangular forms of red, yellow, blue, white or black, separated by black rectilinear lines.• He called his style “Neoplasticism”.• He died in New York in 1944
  3. 3. Thick black lines separate the geometric forms.• You can see squares and rectangles filled with primary colours: • yellow, blue, red.• And the “no-colours”: • black, white or grey.
  4. 4. • This is Piet Mondrian in his studio in New York.• Look at the paintings.
  5. 5. These are different examples of Mondrian’s work:
  6. 6. Composition with red, black, blue, yellow and grey. (1920)
  7. 7. Tableau I (1920)
  8. 8. Rhythm ofBlack Lines,
  9. 9. • Trafalgar Square. 1939–43
  10. 10. • Composition No. 8,• 1939-42
  11. 11. • Composition with Red, Blue, Black, Yellow, and Grey, 1921
  12. 12. Compositionwith Large BluePlane, Red,Black, Yellow,and Grey, 1921
  13. 13. Compositi on nº III/Fox- trot B, with Black,Red, Blue, and Yellow,
  14. 14. Lozenge Composition with Yellow, Black, Blue, Red, and Grey (1921)
  15. 15. Sometimes he used secondary colours: Composition in grey and Lozenge, composition light brown 1918. with colours, 1919
  16. 16. Or just grey…Composition with Grid 7, 1919
  17. 17. • Or everything white.Composition withDouble Line andYellow, 1932
  18. 18. He also used different colours to make the lines. New York City 1 (1942)
  19. 19. New York City 2 1941-42
  20. 20. New York City 3(unfinished) (1942)
  21. 21. “Broadway Boogie Woogie” is his last work. (1943) • Mondrian replaced former solid lines with lines created from small adjoining rectangles of colour, created in part by using small pieces of paper tape in various colours.

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