Piet Mondrian, 1935 - Composition (No. 1) Gray-Red - fine art print

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This 20th century work of art was created by Piet Mondrian. The original was made with the size: 22 5/8 × 21 7/8 in (57,5 × 55,6 cm) and was painted with oil on canvas. The artwork has the following text as inscrption: signed and dated, l.r.: "PM 35". Moveover, the work of art can be viewed in in the Art Institute Chicago's art collection. This public domain artwork is supplied with courtesy of Art Institute Chicago. The creditline of the artwork is the following: Gift of Mrs. Gilbert W. Chapman. Moreover, alignment of the digital reproduction is in square format and has a ratio of 1 : 1, which means that the length is equal to the width. The artist, painter Piet Mondrian was a European artist, whose art style was mainly Impressionism. The European artist lived for 72 years, born in the year 1872 in Amersfoort, Utrecht province, Netherlands and passed away in 1944 in New York City, New York state, United States.

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  • Canvas: The canvas direct print is a printed cotton canvas stretched on a wooden frame. Additionally, a canvas makes a charming and pleasing effect. A canvas print has the great advantage of being low in weight, which implies that it is quite simple to hang up your Canvas print without the help of any wall-mounts. That is why, a canvas print is suitable for any type of wall.
  • Acrylic glass print (with real glass coating on top): The acrylic glass print, often described as a UV print on plexiglass, will transform your favorite original work of art into lovely décor. The work of art is being custom-made with the help of modern UV direct printing technology. It makes stunning, intense color tones. Our real glass coating protects your selected art print against sunlight and external influences for many years to come.
  • Poster print (canvas material): The poster print is a UV printed sheet of canvas with a fine texture on the surface. A printed poster is perfectly appropriate for putting the fine art print with the help of a special frame. Please note, that depending on the absolute size of the poster we add a white margin of approximately 2-6cm round about the painting in order to facilitate the framing with your custom frame.
  • Aluminium dibond: Aluminium Dibond prints are metal prints with an outstanding depth effect. The non-reflective surface creates a modern impression. The Aluminium Dibond Print is the best introduction to replicas with aluminum. The bright & white components of the artpiece shine with a silky gloss, however without any glare. The colors are vivid and luminous, the details are crisp, and you can feel a matte appearance of the art print surface. This print on aluminium is the most popular entry-level product and is a modern way to showcase fine art reproductions, because it draws focus on the whole artwork.

Important information: We try everything in order to depict our art products as accurately as possible and to display them visually. Although, some pigments of the printed materials, as well as the printing can differ marginally from the presentation on the monitor. Depending on your settings of your screen and the quality of the surface, colors might not be printed as realistically as the digital version depicted here. Considering that all our art prints are printed and processed manually, there may as well be slight differences in the motif's size and exact position.

Item table

Print product type: art reproduction
Reproduction method: digital reproduction
Production process: UV direct print (digital printing)
Manufacturing: manufactured in Germany
Stock type: production on demand
Product use: wall gallery, art reproduction gallery
Artwork orientation: square alignment
Image aspect ratio: 1 : 1 (length : width)
Image aspect ratio interpretation: the length is equal to the width
Available material options: acrylic glass print (with real glass coating), poster print (canvas paper), metal print (aluminium dibond), canvas print
Canvas print (canvas on stretcher frame) size options: 20x20cm - 8x8", 30x30cm - 12x12", 50x50cm - 20x20", 70x70cm - 28x28", 100x100cm - 39x39", 150x150cm - 59x59", 180x180cm - 71x71"
Acrylic glass print (with real glass coating) sizes: 20x20cm - 8x8", 30x30cm - 12x12", 50x50cm - 20x20", 70x70cm - 28x28", 100x100cm - 39x39", 150x150cm - 59x59", 180x180cm - 71x71"
Poster print (canvas paper) variants: 30x30cm - 12x12", 50x50cm - 20x20", 70x70cm - 28x28", 100x100cm - 39x39"
Dibond print (alumnium material) size options: 20x20cm - 8x8", 30x30cm - 12x12", 50x50cm - 20x20", 70x70cm - 28x28", 100x100cm - 39x39"
Frame: without frame

Structured artwork information

Name of the artwork: "Composition (No. 1) Gray-Red"
Categorization of the artwork: painting
Generic term: modern art
Time: 20th century
Created in the year: 1935
Approximate age of artwork: over 80 years old
Painted on: oil on canvas
Artwork original size: 22 5/8 × 21 7/8 in (57,5 × 55,6 cm)
Signature: signed and dated, l.r.: "PM 35"
Museum: Art Institute Chicago
Location of museum: Chicago, Illinois, United States of America
Website: Art Institute Chicago
License: public domain
Courtesy of: Art Institute Chicago
Creditline of artwork: Gift of Mrs. Gilbert W. Chapman

Artist summary table

Artist: Piet Mondrian
Additional names: Pieter Cornelis Mondriaan, Mondrian Pieter Cornelis, Mondriaan Pieter Cornelis, Mondriaan Piet, Mondrian Piet, Piet Mondrian, מונדריאן פיט, Mondrian
Gender: male
Artist nationality: Dutch
Professions of the artist: painter, artist
Home country: the Netherlands
Artist classification: modern artist
Styles: Impressionism
Age at death: 72 years
Born in the year: 1872
Hometown: Amersfoort, Utrecht province, Netherlands
Year of death: 1944
Place of death: New York City, New York state, United States

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The roots of 20th-century abstract art can be traced to the late 19th century, when artists began to move away from the direct representation of objects toward the communication of emotional states or moods. In doing so, the formal properties of art—such visual elements as line, color, and composition—assumed a primary role in its production. After World War I, many artists, including Piet Mondrian, believed that abstract art could contribute to a more harmonious society by communicating in a universal, visual language. In the wake of the war’s destruction, artists associated with De Stijl (meaning, "the style") in the Netherlands recognized the need for a break with the past, as well as a new aesthetic language to correspond to their utopian vision of the world. In 1917 Mondrian joined the De Stijl movement and began to develop a purely visual language of verticals and horizontals, restricting his compositions to predominantly off-white grounds divided by black rectilinear lines that framed smaller blocks of primary colors.

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