Composition with red,yellow and blue

Piet Mondriaan
Article nr
KM043CAP-base
The reproductions are printed on museum quality canvas (380grms.) The canvas is woven in the oldest and only remaining textile factory in the Netherlands. The Giclée print technology and HDR inks guarantee a 200 year color permanence. The stretcher frames are made by a Dutch family company that uses timber of responsible forestry. All Dutch Art Reproductions are Museum Certified.
Our smallest size canvas is 29 x 37 cm. The sides of the canvas are finished in a traditional way with nails, hammered in by hand. Your reproduction is packaged in a black luxury gift boxThe large canvas has a size of 50 x 65 cm. The sides of the canvas are finished in a traditional way with nails, hammered in by hand. Your reproduction is packaged in a 100 % recycled white cardboard window box.

The XL reproduction is approximately 100 x 75 cm depending on the original. The sides of the canvas are finished in a traditional way with nails, hammered in by hand.

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Composition with red,yellow and blue

After the First World War, Mondriaan was convinced that an important role was reserved for art in the modern age. With his paintings, he aims to express a universal harmony through a balance between lines, colours and surfaces. According to him, this balance can be visualized in the clearest, most powerful way with expressive means that do not evoke a depiction. For that reason, in his work he uses only straight horizontal and vertical lines, the three primary colours red, yellow and blue and the non-colours white, black and grey. In this Composition with red, yellow and blue, Mondriaan again seeks a balance. The large, white area in this canvas creates a point of rest. However, because it is not centrally placed and is surrounded by the three coloured areas, the composition appears anything but static. It is not limited by the size of the canvas, whereby the painting seems to continue beyond its boundaries.

Piet Mondriaan (1872-1944), 1890, oil on canvas, Collection Kroller-Muller Museum