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ピエト・モンドリアン「赤、青、黄のあるコンポジション」Piet Mondrian “Composition with Red, Blue and Yellow”














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This painting is “Composition with Red, Blue and Yellow” made in 1930. The painter is Piet Mondrian (1872-1944). He studied at the Amsterdam National Academy.

At first, he used Dutch painting to paint landscapes, trees, etc., but once he was influenced by a number of painters he met in Paris, France. He returned from Paris to Holland.

After that, it rapidly abstracts. This work was completed 14 years after returning from Paris.

I was interested in this painting, noting that Piet Mondrian was attracted to the mysterious and enrolled in the Theosophical Society.

The starting point for Western painting is religious painting. I feel that few people go back to that origin and notice that this painting is being drawn.

If you look up at the heavens, the light comes in. There are many religious paintings in which the light is bathed in the hands and forehead and the heavens give something superior to humans.

Piet Mondrian portrays the gift “light” from heaven in this way.

The horizontal earth and trees are made into black lines and abstracted into those exposed to a lot of “light”, and the “light” is decomposed into “three primary colors”, which are largely “light, three primary colors” and their “light”. “Light” itself “white”. In other words, I seemed to be surrounded by transparency.

Too much disassembled abstract paintings are hard for people to understand. However, I am impressed that this still exists.

I never get tired of watching this work. It can be used as contemporary art, and it deserves ancient religious paintings. Piet Mondrian, who can draw such abstract paintings, is a wonderful painter.

In general, curvaceousness is a necessary element to feel the value as a painting, but I felt that this was a masterpiece that removed all curvaceousness and drew it.

This painting can be understood by those who can understand it. However, if I don’t understand it, I feel that many people can’t understand it as a modern painting.

This time, I wrote about Piet Mondrian’s masterpiece, “Composition with Red, Blue and Yellow”.

Quoted from Google Arts & Culture

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