Composition A, Piet Mondrian, Gallery La Fayette produces only hand-painted oil paintings, the painted artworks are similar to the initial works, and the paintings are thoroughly prepared by taking into consideration the visual criteria, then they are reviewed by our qualified and competent painters.
Piet Mondrian belonged to the Dutch De Stijl epoch from the start of 1917. In the very early 1920s. He restricted his compositions to mainly non-white grounds, normally black horizontal and upright lines framing horizontal blocks. Generally painted locations, primaries; yellow, red, and blue.
It is challenging to locate the origin of Piet Mondrian’s stunning job because it has serious geometric compositions. As a pupil of the Academy of Art in Amsterdam, he had actually been close to Impressionism for twenty years. The very first fascist and brand-new impressionist elements appeared in his paintings.