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Composition in red, blue and yellow
Composition in red, blue and yellow
Composition in red, blue and yellow
Mondrian, Piet 1872–1944.

“Composition in red, blue and yellow”,

1930.
Oil on canvas.
New York, Private Collection.
New York City 1
Picture no.III, Lozenge Composition with Eight Lines and Red
Moulin dans la lumière du soleil
Arbre gris
Autoportrait
Dorpskerk (Village church); Jacobskerk, Winterswijk
Wald bei Oele
Oostzijd mill in the evening
Geinrust Farm with High Horizon
Light house in Westkapelle
The Blue Tree
Farmer from Zeeland
Verger
Blossoming apple tree
Moulin rouge à Domburg
Arum
Still Life with Ginger Pot
Compositie in Lijn (composition de lignes)
Tableau I; Composition with Red, Black, Blue and Yellow
Composition with Grid 8; Checkerboard Composition with Dark Colours
Composition (B) with Blue, Yellow and Black
Composition with Large Red Plane, Yellow, Black, Grey and Blue
Victory Boogie Woogie
New York City ; New York City I
Composition with yellow
Composition no.1, with Grey and Red
Composition C; Composition in blue and yellow
Rhythm of the Straight Lines
Composition n° 12 avec du bleu
Composition with blue
Composition with red, black, yellow, blue and grey
Composition with lattice work 7
Composition with grey lines; Composition with grid 3; Lozen
sur 1
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Piet Mondrian
The Dutch painter Piet Mondrian came from an artistic background. Both his father and his uncle were artists and Piet was encouraged to draw and paint from an early age. Early works painted while Mondrian was working as a primary school teacher, are representational and show the influence that Pointillism, Cubism and Fauvism had on the young artist. By the early 1910s however, Mondrian had rejected representational art and was moving towards a pure abstraction which would inform his artwork for the rest of his life. After the end of the First World War, Mondrian lived in Paris; as the fascist threat grew in the 1930s, Mondrian moved, first to London, then to New York, where he died aged 71 in 1944.

On 1 January 2015, Piet Mondrian's paintings came out of artistic copyright. The other major artists to come out of artistic copyright in 2015 are Wassily Kandinsky and Edvard Munch, and we have also selected works by an number of lesser known artists well represented in the akg archive.