Mondriaan, Composition II in Red, Blue, and Yellow (1930)is one of the key works of Piet Mondrian - hence we have chosen this one, to demonstrate, how important Mondriaan was not only for abstract art, but also for the Bauhaus design movement. While he was one of the key people in the creation of the new art movement of the Netherlands, De Stijl, he was also core to the design creativity that was going on in the Bauhaus of Weimar, Dessau, Berlin and in the USA. Not only artOne of the credal statements of Mondriaan was that art is not simply representation, but that abstract should neither be ugly, but be an expression of beauty and presence. It is extraordinary to read, and also to see from his early non-abstract paintings that he was essentially inspired by nature. At the same time, he had the power to reduce nature to its most fundamental colour schemes and structures.Details
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