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#9 – Mondrian and de Stijl: Visions of Utopia


Piet Mondrian (1872 – 1944)

  Piet MONDRIAN  (1872–1944).

Red Tree.

ca. 1909.

The Hague.


  Piet MONDRIAN  (1872–1944).

Still Life with Ginger Pot 2.

1912.

The Hague.


  Piet MONDRIAN  (1872–1944).

Composition No. II.

1913.

Otterlo: Kröller-Müller Museum.


  Piet MONDRIAN  (1872–1944).

Composition.

1916.

New York: Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum.


  Piet MONDRIAN  (1872–1944).

Composition.

1930.

Zurich: Kunsthalle.


  Piet MONDRIAN  (1872–1944).

Composition with Red, Black, Yellow, Blue, and Gray.

1921.

The Hague.


  Piet MONDRIAN  (1872–1944).

Composition C (No. III) with Red, Yellow, and Blue.

1936.

London: Tate Gallery.


  Piet MONDRIAN  (1872–1944).

Lozenge Composition with Yellow, Black, Blue, Red, and Gray.

1921.

Chicago: Art Institute of Chicago.


  Piet MONDRIAN  (1872–1944).

Composition in Yellow, Blue and Red.

1937–42.

London: Tate Modern.


  Piet MONDRIAN  (1872–1944).

New York City.

1942.

Paris: Musée National d’Art Moderne, Centre Pompidou.


  Piet MONDRIAN  (1872–1944).

Broadway Boogie Woogie.

1942–44.

New York: Museum of Modern Art.


  Piet MONDRIAN  (1872–1944).

Victory Boogie Woogie.

1943–44 (unfinished).

The Hague.


Theo van Doesburg (1883 – 1931)

  Theo van DOESBURG  (1883–1931).

Composition XI.

1918.

New York: Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum.


  Theo van DOESBURG  (1883–1931).

Composition VIII (The Cow).

ca. 1918.

New York: Museum of Modern Art.


  Theo van DOESBURG  (1883–1931).

Simultaneous Counter-Composition.

1929–30.

New York: Museum of Modern Art.


Georges Vantongerloo (1886 – 1965)

  Georges VANTONGERLOO  (1886–1965).

Construction of Volume Relations.

1921.

New York: Museum of Modern Art.


Van Doesburg and Cor van Eesteren

  Cor van EESTEREN (and Theo van Doesburg)  (1897–1988).

Scheme for Architecture.

1923.


Gerrit Rietveld (1888 – 1964)

  Gerrit RIETVELD  (1888–1964).

Schroeder House.

1924.

Utrecht.


 
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