Piet Mondrian

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Noun1.Piet Mondrian - Dutch painter whose work (intersecting lines at right angles and planes in primary colors) influenced the development of abstract art (1872-1944)Piet Mondrian - Dutch painter whose work (intersecting lines at right angles and planes in primary colors) influenced the development of abstract art (1872-1944)
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ROC Mondriaan is planning to conclude a contract with one supplier for fire insurance as referred to in this Invitation to Tender.
She has exhibited around the globe and was awarded the Mondriaan Fond Development Award for Professional Artists in 2014.
Purchased with the support of Vereniging Rembrandt (with thanks to the Dura Fonds), Stichting Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, Mondriaan Fonds, VSB Fonds 2014
He was born Pieter Mondriaan in Amersfoot, Netherlands, in 1872 where his father was headmaster at a primary school.
The artwork was paid for by Eastside Projects with funds raised from Arts Council England, The Paul Hamlyn Foundation and the Dutch Mondriaan Foundation in 2010 and was first installed in our gallery.
The Dutch showcase, coming to Turkey with support from the Mondriaan Fund and the Dutch Consulate General in ystanbul, is part of a series of cultural events marking the 400th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic ties between Turkey and the Netherlands.
With the generous support of the Mondriaan Fund, Amsterdam; the Ontario Arts Council; and the Hall Jackman Foundation (Project room)
The artists discussed in the exhibit catalog include Brancusi, Kandinsky, Klee, Mondriaan, and many Surrealists, part of a very long and impressive list.
Picasso in Palestine was made possible by contributions from DOEN Foundation (Stichting Doen) and the Mondriaan Foundation.
Named after Dutch artist Pieter Cornelis "Piet" Mondriaan, Mondrian is the term used to reflect his work in the 1910s when he experimented and honed his distinctive style while living in Paris, London and New York.
It was in Paris in 1912 that Piet Mondriaan dropped an 'a' from his surname when he signed a work and became the Mondrian that we know.
Among other achievements, this period saw the emergence of some of painting's "Old Masters," including Rembrandt and Hals, whose works--along with those of later artists such as Mondriaan and Van Gogh--are today on display in museums throughout the Netherlands and the world.