History of Piet Mondrian
Piet Mondrian was a popular Dutch painter from the early to mid 1900’s. He is most notable for his non-authentic depictions of pieces of color, for example, “Composition in Red, Blue, and Yellow” (1943). Mondrian worked intimately with the craftsman Theo van Doesburg and together they framed the art style De Stijl, which is an art development that revolved around making abstract art.
“Composition in Red, Blue, and Yellow” by Piet Mondrian (1943)
Mondrian’s work is motivated from an extensive variety of different specialists that were currently working at the time. He used pointillism and Fauvism like Van Gogh and later, Cubism like Pablo Picasso. Afterward, when he was separated at his home in the Netherlands in light of WWI, he built up a unique artistic expression called the Neoplastic Style. These works are recognized by their lighter colour, slighter shading choice, and the play of balance within a composition. His works are known worldwide and celebrated for the progression of dynamic abstract art. His pieces are as yet being appeared in significant urban areas.
Inspired by Piet Mondrian
Utilizing Mondrian as a source for decorating your home can be extremely fun and energizing. Viewer can truly play up a space using the imaginative utilization of lines and straightforward primary colour of red, blue, and yellow. This colour plan can use in a room, restroom, and kitchen or potentially even a nursery to begin little child’s affection for unique craftsmanship from an early age.
Amanda Neilson Interior made following example kitchen in 2015. Which was made for the current Grand Designs Live Show at ExCel in London, Kevin McCloud displayed it at the Grand Interiors zone of the colossally prevalent live show of the TV program Grand Designs fronted. The topic for the room set was ‘block colour’ and motivation was taken from the artist Mondrian and the way he utilized squares of essential shading in his painting. There were features of gold in the taps, cupboard equipment and even a gold disco ball to empower a touch of kitchen moving. The shading palette was refreshed with contemporary hues from Little Greene Paint. The kitchen was provided by Sola, an incredible organization that gets their cupboards fabricated in Sweden.