Piet Mondrian's "Composition" is a groundbreaking work of abstract art, created in 1921. This painting is a quintessential example of Mondrian's pioneering style, known as De Stijl or Neoplasticism, which aimed to reduce artistic expression to its most essential and pure elements.
In this composition, Mondrian uses a grid of black lines to define rectangular shapes filled with bold, flat colors. The geometric precision and primary colors, along with the neutral black and gray, epitomizes Mondrian's vision of pure abstraction, where art transcends physical representation to convey universal principles of harmony and balance.
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