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Mondrian and his edges

As someone who has always been interested in abstraction in the visual arts Piet Mondrian has continually lurked in the background and often enough forced his way forward into my own work. 614 more words

Painter Mondriaan, influenced by Islamic art

This 2016 video says about itself:

Showcase: Islamic geometric patterns– The possibility of infinite expansion

In this special edition, we’ll take a look at Islamic geometric patterns.

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Visual Arts

Mondriaan stelt niets voor: representatie en abstractie

Een diamantvormig doek, daarop alleen de primaire kleuren, geel, blauw en rood (en die slechts in vierkantjes van verschillende verhoudingen). Veel eenvoudiger kan het niet: Mondriaan’s… 710 more words

De Stijl

Tulips, a birthday, and cube houses: the Netherlands

First things first: I am done teaching and also with school! I just have to finish grades, but I am basically done.

Anyways, I headed over to the Netherlands to visit my family. 458 more words

Non Classé

Is there a better combination of exercise, landscape and art?

I first visited the Kröller-Müller museum in the Hoge Veluwe National park when I was an art student in London.  There had been an official college trip organised to Barcelona and Madrid, however I and a few friends simply didn’t have the money to join such an outing.  348 more words

A Busy Week

Good morning! All is well on Bankastraat and the orange men have finally finished putting in the bike lanes so things can now return to normal. 176 more words


Mondriaan Year in the Netherlands

On arriving in The Hague, the first sign they are serious about Mondriaan and The Style there, are buildings sporting “Mondriaan” colours. Cinemas, modern town hall and others sport some combination of white, black, yellow, red, blue. 494 more words