Early Mondrian. Painting 1900–1905
Hans Janssen, Richard Shiff
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Primarily made during the artist’s time in Amsterdam at the turn of the century, Mondrian's dense, small-scale paintings depict the surrounding Dutch landscape – notably irrigation ditches, canals and farm buildings. The compositions are characterised by complex interactions of light and dark planes, which the artist forms through thick, pigmented strokes of green and brown paint.
Marking the last decade of the artist’s engagement with figurative painting, Mondrian's exploration of the interrelationships between colour and space during this period forms the basis for his subsequent abstract works, whilst reflecting the artist’s lifelong interest in nature.
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|Grösse||23 x 19.5 cm|