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Mondrian: No. VI / Composition No.II (custom print)
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          No. VI / Composition No.II, 1920
          Piet Mondrian
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          Original: Oil on canvas 99.7 x 100.3 cm Tate. Purchased 1967 © 2014 Mondrian/Holtzman Trust c/o HCR International

          An early example of Mondrian's pure geometric abstraction, this painting dates from his involvement with the De Stijl group. The strict use of horizontal and vertical lines and primary colours with black and grey is characteristic of De Stijl.

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          Piet Mondrian was a Dutch pioneer of abstract art and a founder of the De Stijl movement. During his lifetime he was celebrated for the purity of his abstract paintings and the methodical practice used to create them. Mondrian produced his most famous works from the 1920s, in his own style called Neo-Plasticism where he restricted his painting to a three colour palette and black grid system for which he is most famous. As well as being crucial to the development of modern art, his iconic abstract works still influence modern design and popular culture today.

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