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mondrian

A complex visual display used in studies of colour perception. It consists of rectangles of various dimensions with all sides parallel or perpendicular to each other, and each rectangle of a colour or brightness different from the adjacent rectangles.
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Piet Mondrian (1872-1944) was a creator of iconic abstract paintings, dominated by geometric shapes and primary colors.
El primer bloque se halla constituido por breves apartados, encabezados con poeticos epigrafes (del impulso y fulgor de la vida; la crisalida de Olivier Trikmansholm; descubrimiento de Piet Mondrian; sus revistas; Anduze: via purgativa; el poeta y la luz: via iluminativa; el poeta y la advaita: via unitiva; excipit), a traves de los cuales Elisa Luengo traza el camino espiritual del escritor hacia el conocimiento y una luminosa esencialidad.
"Mill," a 1905 oil painting of a windmill by Dutch abstract artist Piet Mondrian was also stolen, along with a sketch of St Diego de Alcala by 16th century Italian artist Guglielmo Caccia, better known as Moncalvo, the police said.
Two paintings, one by art master Pablo Picasso and another by famous Dutch painter Piet Mondrian, were stolen from Greece's National Gallery on Monday, police sources said.
The use of lights also evoked Flavin's "untitled (to Piet Mondrian through his preferred colors, red, yellow, and blue)" (1986).
Perhaps one of the closer artistic relatives of "Constellations" is "Broadway Boogie-Woogie," one of Piet Mondrian's first paintings on his arrival in New York, which uses grids and color to present a vivid sense of the life of Manhattan.
Among the adegeneratea artists whose works were swept away were Kandinsky, Paul Klee, Piet Mondrian, and Egon Schiele.
Crafted in yellow, rose and white gold, set with diamonds and South Sea pearls the Mondrian collection is inspired by the works of acclaimed Dutch abstract painter Piet Mondrian, famous for painting squares in a spare, precise and geometric manner.
Picketing uses a painter/painting analogy to describe these two opposite ways of being, referring to the Dutch painters Piet Mondrian and Willem de Kooning.