Deconstructing Mondrian: The Story Behind an Iconic Design


Artist Piet Mondrian is known today for his patterns of black lines and bold, primary colors. But he started out painting classic Dutch landscapes. An exhibit at the Gemeentemuseum in The Hague traces the artist’s path to abstraction. Photo: Gemeentemuseum

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