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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IN MERSEY | Today, Wec Mondriaan, a container vessel coming from and returning to Portugal; and Bontrup Pearl, a bulk carrier.
The Kulinarya talk, cooking demonstration of adobo and our dinner were all held at a hotel and management school, the ROC Mondriaan.
Born Pieter Cornelis Mondriaan in 1872, the painter was part of the de Stijl movement, which turns 100 this year.
ROC Mondriaan intends to conclude a framework agreement with one supplier for the supply and installation of school and office furniture.
Character Is Faith: Willem de Rooij - Piet Mondriaan
Purchased with the support of Vereniging Rembrandt (with thanks to the Dura Fonds), Stichting Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, Mondriaan Fonds, VSB Fonds 2014
The Rineke Dijkstra exhibition was supported by non-profit organizations including the Mondriaan Fund, the William Talbott Hillman Foundation and the Robert Mapplethorpe Foundation.
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.
And one of the building blocks of my Dutch identity is Piet Mondriaan (double "a").
The artists discussed in the exhibit catalog include Brancusi, Kandinsky, Klee, Mondriaan, and many Surrealists, part of a very long and impressive list.
The basic principles of this analogous thought are rather easy to identify in pronouncements by artists such as Gauguin, Delaunay, Le Corbusier, Baumeister, Wols, Mondriaan, Malevitch, and many others, although, in the twentieth century, they were no longer supported by an explicit aesthetic theory, but were only identifiable in their writings and aphorisms as residual elements of this theory.