Piet Mondrian New York 3 Recycled Shopping Bag - 50 x 42cm - Loqi

Piet Mondrian New York 3 Recycled Shopping Bag - 50 x 42cm - Loqi

Graphic Score. Bright blues. Radiant reds. A purely primary palette. Strict simplification. Go off the grid with Piet Mondrian's pitch perfection composition on this recycled tote bag.
© Museo Nacional Thyssen-Bornemisza

Mondrian´s colourful geometrics jumped into pop culture. From art to fashion...
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Wash at 30°, no tumble drying or dry cleaning
Piet Mondrian (1872-1944)
Thyssen-Bornemisza National Museum
Art movements
20th century, Post-Impressionism, Abstraction
Matière de l'article
100% Recycled Polyester
Model dimensions
50cm x 42cm

The work and its artist

Piet Mondrian (1872-1944)

Born in Holland, Mondrian is a major artist of the 20th century, recognized as one of the pioneers of abstraction and the inventor of neoplasticism. Piet Mondrian began by painting realistic pictures before moving towards more abstract forms close to Fauvism and Cubism, his palette was then reduced to pure colours. Mondrian seeks purity in his compositions, the only way for him to "achieve pure beauty". From then on, his works developed mainly around two principles essential to him, the horizontal and the vertical. Mondrian participated with the Dutch painter Theo Van Doesburg and other artists in the creation of the Stijl magazine, where he published numerous theoretical articles on his artistic approach and the new plastic that he intends to create. It is in New York that Mondrian finished his life, exalted by the New York life the painter will create his most famous compositions inspired by jazz and the rhythms of boogie-woogie. Mondrian's legacy now shines through in every arts form, from architecture to decorative arts and fashion, as witnessed by Yves Saint Laurent's tribute to the artist with his collection of Mondrian dresses, using the painter's primary colour grid.