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Self portrait
Self portrait
Self portrait
Mondrian, Piet; origin. Pieter Cornelis Mondriaan; Dutsch painter
(exponent of de Stijl movement).
Amersfoort 7.3.1872 – New York. 1.2.1944.

“Self portrait”, 1918.

Dorpskerk (Village church); Jacobskerk, Winterswijk
Geinrust Farm with High Horizon
The red cloud
Oostzijd mill in the evening
The Blue Tree
Sea after sunset
Light house in Westkapelle
Mill; red mill in Domburg
Still Life with Ginger Pot
Blossoming apple tree
Compositie in Lijn
Composition with Grid 8; Checkerboard Composition with Dark Colours
Tableau I; Composition with Red, Black, Blue and Yellow
Composition with Large Red Plane, Yellow, Black, Grey and Blue
Tableau II
Composition in red, blue and yellow
Composition with yellow
Composition no.1, with Grey and Red
New York City 1
Victory Boogie Woogie
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Piet Mondrian (1872 - 1944)
Piet Mondrian decided on a career as an artist early on and visits the art academy in Amsterdam. After staying in Spain and France, he returns to the Netherlands during World War I but he returns to live in France from 1919.
He remains a member of the artists' group "De Stijl" which he co-founded in 1917 until 1925. Mondrian moves to London in 1938 to escape the changing political landscape and it is from there that he goes into exile in New York where he dies in 1944.