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This is one of the most recognized artworks in the world, and is regarded as the high point of the painter Mondrian. It was found in his studio after his death and was the last painting he worked on in the years 1942-1944. It shows the final stage of his development as an artist, now also implementing pieces of paper and sticky tape to his modern style of neo platicism. Also note the angled orientation of the artwork itself, another novelty. The work itself was inspired by the muscial styles Boogie Woogie and the Blues.
The original painting by Mondrian can now be found at the Gemeentemuseum Den Haag (The Hague) in the Netherlands.
Piet Mondrian (Mondriaan in Dutch) was born in Amersfoort, a small town in Holland. Although Mondrians work came long after the traditional Dutch Masters from the 17th century, he was one of the most revolutionary Dutch painters. His work has many interesting aspects. During his working life he began with landscapes, gradually getting more into the French (post) Impressionst style and finally reaching his artistic high point with his (best known) abstract work. By this time he had left Holland and painted in Paris and his later years in New York.
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The 'Dutch Masters art' brand was born in the heart of the historic center of Amsterdam, on the Singel canal. Every day many holiday makers enjoy the rich culture of The Netherlands, especially in museums like the Van Gogh museum and the Rijksmuseum. Inspired by these famous canals and the rich history of the 17th century Dutch art we started our collection. We started with art from the golden age, but in later years we also added other famous pieces from later date, including van Gogh. So now you can find both baroque art as well as (post-) modernism on our website. Our collection is handpicked for best quality and are made to order with the latest reproduction techniques available today.
Since we make all wall coverings to our customers specification we can offer you any size or cut out you would like. We hope you enjoy our collection and please contact us if you need any help. We'll be happy to discuss the numerous possibilities for your home or project.