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DVD ND 653 M76 A44 (COL)


Mondrian, from naturalism to abstraction

Main Title: Mondrian, from naturalism to abstraction [videorecording] / produced by La Linea and Vanguard Productions BV ; directed by Peter Van Akkeron

Published/Created: New York : VPI Videfilm Producers International ; West Long Branch, NJ : Kultur International Films, [distributor], c1988

Description: 1 video disc in 1 can (DVD) (ca. 52 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in

Local Call No: DVD ND 653 M76 A44

Summary: As an artist and philosopher, Mondrian inspired painters, sculptors, and architects worldwide during the 20th century. This probing documentary follows the development of the Dutch painter from his early naturalistic work to his famous abstract masterpieces. Some of mondrian's most important works are detailed and described; his cubist period; the foundation, objectives and characteristics of De Stijl, and his Paris and New York periods. In his work, every piece is a development of the last and it becomes part of an artistic evolution. Mondrian has always sought the most elementary of forms, "the matrix of the human condition". This exceptional production, made in conjunction with some of the world's leading galleries, is a perceptive profile of the life and workds of one of the world's most influential modern artists

Subject: Mondrian, Piet, 1872-1944.
Subject: Painters - Netherlands -- Biography.

Videorecording DVD 52 min.
©1988,  1988, VPI Videfilm Producers International , New York
Distributed by Kultur
AV Material ID 1000010046
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