Piet Mondrian (1872-1944) was a painter from Amersfoort, Netherlands. Along with Theo van Doesburg, he was a founding member of the Dutch art movement, De Stijl, and the main theorist behind Neoplasticism, which sought to express the principles of pure abstraction through non-representational art--as defined by flat, non-dimensional space, bold primary colors, and geometric lines.
Mondrian 's expertly-rendered, beautifully reproduced artwork appears on these full-color Piet Mondrian QuickNotes. These notecards are perfect to keep on hand to send notes and greetings to friends and family for any occasion.
This notecard collection contains five each of the following four images:
Composition with Large Red Plane, Yelow, Black, Gray, and Blue, 1921
Compostion with Red, Blue, Yellow, Black, and Gray, 1922
Composition with Red, Yellow, Black, Blue, and Gray, 1921
Composition with Red, Black, Yellow, Blue, and Gray, 1921
Contains 20 blank notecards (5 each of 4 images) and 20 white envelopes.
Comes in a sturdy decorative box with a hinged magnetic fliptop lid that holds cards and envelopes neatly, and when the cards have been sent, it's great for storing all sorts of little things--from extra buttons to pearls.
Card Dimensions: 5 x 4 inches