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COLLECT Artikel: Theo van Doesburg in Europa

Voor het februari-nummer van COLLECT Kunst en Antiek Journaal schreef ik een artikel over Theo van Doesburg: kunstenaar, publicist en collega van Piet Mondriaan. Het artikel verschijnt naar aanleiding van een nieuwe tentoonstelling in het Brusselse… 279 more words

Visual Art

Gray Tree 1912 Gri Agaç Ressam Pieter Cornelis (Piet) Mondriaan

İlk olarak şunu belirtiyim ki Mondriaan, 1911 yılında Hollanda’dan Paris-Fransa’ya taşındığında ismindeki ikinci “a” harfini atar ve Mondrian olarak kullanır. Bunu Hollandayı terketmesinin bir belirtisi olarak kullandığı söylenir. 167 more words

Painting

Painter Mondriaan inspires Terschelling bird reserve

This video from the Netherlands says about itself:

10 January 2016

Wadland time lapse we made for SLeM at the 2014 Oerol Theatre and Landscape Art Festival on the island of…

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Environment

Visit Villa Mondriaan Winterswijk

Piet Mondriaan, nowadays a worldwide renowned and admired artist, spent his youth (1880 to 1892) in his parental home on Zonnebrink 4 in Winterswijk. His father had acquired a position as the Director of the School of Christian National Instruction and lived with his family in the villa directly next to the school building. 235 more words

What do the Austrian-British philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein and the Dutch painter Piet Mondrian have in common?

What do the Austrian-British philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein and the Dutch painter Piet Mondrian have in common? For philosopher and artist Renée Jorgensen Bolinger, the two have similar beliefs about the logic of space. 372 more words

Post-Impressionism in Verona – Mondrian’s Place in a Long Line of Tradition

The exhibition Seurat, Van Gogh, Mondrian. Post-Impressionism in Europe, a European preview held Verona, features 70 incredible masterpieces from the Kröller-Müller Museum in Otterlo including the renowned Self-Portrait (1887) of Van Gogh, Sunday at Port-en-Bessin (1888) by Seurat, The Dining Room (1886–87) by Signac and Composition with Red, Yellow and Blue (1927) by Mondrian. 224 more words