Iris Nijboer; Piet Mondrian
(GB); 69.565pts; QR1,000; 3.
Unlike his early friend and compatriot, Piet Mondrian
, an adoptive Parisian likewise trapped at home by hostilities, Sluijters elected to stay on in Amsterdam once peace had been restored.
Laying their reputations on the line in the first programme are the BBC's media editor Amol Rajan, Saturday Live Presenter the Rev Richard Coles, RuPaul's Drag Race runner-up Courtney Act and Mark Lane from Gardeners'World, who tackle questions on cricketer Shane Warne, the operas of Wagner, the Spice Girls and Dutch artist Piet Mondrian
. The second round sees them tackling general knowledge questions.
An amazing and enthusing path brought Piet Mondrian
from figurative to abstract painting, one of the iconic artists of the 20th century.
"She didn't really come through until probably 40 years after her death, when people started seeing her work, because she stipulated in her will she didn't want people to see her work," Weaver explains of Klint's refusal to let people exhibit her work, which significantly predates that of Wassily Kandinsky, Piet Mondrian
and Kazimir Malevich - who are typically considered the pioneers of abstraction.
A Cologne-scene contemporary of Albert Oehlen and Martin Kippenberger, Gunther Forg could easily be mistaken for a cynic, an artist whose blunt allusions to Barnett Newman, Piet Mondrian
, and the Bauhaus were calculated simulacral feints in painting's dismal 1980s endgame.
A Rene Magritte B Piet Mondrian
C Franz Marc D Amadee Ozenfant 12.
THINKING OUTSIDE THE BOX Above, Composition C (No.III) with Red, Yellow and Blue by Piet Mondrian
. Spanish surrealist Salvador Dali inspired this Rujazzle pose, right
A taste of the work of abstract art pioneers, Russian artist Wassily Kandinsky and Frenchman Piet Mondrian
, also proposes a study of contrasts.
grew up as one of five children in Amersfoort, Netherlands.
Their cold medication Panpyrin-T Tab's packaging contains the geometric art of Dutch painter Piet Mondrian