Piet Mondrian Paintings

Mondrian Paintings come from the career of famous Dutch painter, Piet Mondrian, who remains amongst the most significant Abstract artists from the early 20th century, at a time when these modern art movements were working art to receive academic acceptance.

It took innovative artists like Piet Mondrian to persuade the art world that these new art movements were of integrity and quality, and were also here to stay for years to come.

Mondrianpaintings.com will bring you the finest paintings to have come from Piet Mondrian's career as well as including information on the life of the artist too.

The Netherlands has an impressive history within art thanks in the main to the Dutch Golden Age which offered some of the finest landscape painting in the world, but Piet Mondrian came much later than this high point, and his style was clearly very different to other painters who had put Dutch art on the map.

Mondrian was typical of a modern artist, strong willed and confident that his own art movement would eventually make it into the mainstream as an accepted and respected art form.

Piet Mondrian paintings are fimrly in the realms of abstraction but it is important to remember that actually Mondrian covered various different styles in his early days as a young artist, before settling on a modern art style that he most preferred and would stick with for the rest of his career.

This path was similar to that of Spanish painter Joan Miro and Russian Wassily Kandinsky who also settled on abstract art after years of development in which they successfully incorporated several styles into their portfolio.

The National Gallery painting above was a popular composition using Piet Mondrian's usual choices of primary and secondary colours in simple but unusual matrixes which have become instantly recognisable as Mondrian.

In many examples from his career, the artist would use black lines to separate sections of colour within his composition, with reds, blues, yellows, whites and greys as his prefered colours for these objects, which would normally be squares.

Broadway Boogie Woogie

Broadway Boogie Woogie is the best known painting from Piet Mondrian's career and also features greater detail than many of his other works. Victory Boogie Woogie followed a similar approach to this, but is considerably lesser known.

It is generally accepted that Broadway Boogie Woogie is Mondrian's attempt at depicting New York taxis from a birds-eye view, similar in a way to a Google Map with Taxis taking up the symbol of a yellow square.

Broadway Boogie Woogie clearly underlines the traffic and high acitivty within New York City though most who view this painting probably are not aware of the subject of the work, because of it's exceptionally abstract look.

All successful artists become compared to other artists during and after this career, but Mondrian was exceptionally innovative and imaginative at a time when his style was so unusual.

Many uninitiated would look at Mondrian's paintings in the modern day and not understand that his career holds great importance to the art world, because of their lack of understanding of art history.

The only significant artist to have created art very similar to Mondrian's approach was Russian Kazimir Malevich who is undeniably similar to Mondrian.

Red Blue Yellow Composition

Red Blue Yellow Composition above is one the best most popular paintings from Piet Mondrian.

The artist has become one of the most reproduced artists around the world, with his original oil paintings frequent choices in the form of reproduction copy art prints, posters and stretched canvases.

The links included within this website offer Art.com Mondrian prints which come with excellent guarantees of quality as well as a great selection within the Art.com Mondrian gallery.

Besides his characteristic abstract style, there are also several other paintings which offer a different approach to art that also have achieved praise.

Mondrian's Tree paintings are examples of this, with several blue and grey trees being involved in an interesting exploratory series of paintings that also can be found here in Mondrianpaintings.com.

Additionally to these are his windmill paintings too which underline his willingness to experiment as an artist early on in his career.

Red Yellow and Blue

Red Yellow and Blue were the most common colours to have been used by Mondrian within his best known style that took up the period later on in his career.

Mondrian bears similar traits to Kandinsky and Miro in that although he showed great proficiency and enthusiasm for all sorts of different art movements and media in his early stages as an artist, he has since become labelled as one type of artist and sadly in death can do nothing do reverse this trend or help to explain to the art public that his career did cover a wider set of styles than they might realise.

For the biggest fans of Piet Mondrian, please take note of both the frequent exhibitions of his work which continue around Europe and North America, plus also note the permanent collections of his paintings that are spread around these regions.

For those who are unable to see his original paintings in person, high quality reproductions, such as those offered from Art.com within this website, are an exceptional alternative, as they can be added to your home at an affordable price.

Composition II

Moulin au Soleil


National Gallery

Composition in White and Blue

List of Famous Piet Mondrian Paintings

Piet Mondrian had a long career producing many exceptional abstract art paintings, and we include a list of many of his best art works below.

  • Abstraction
  • Amaryllis
  • Apple Tree in Bloom
  • Avond Evening
  • Broadway Boogie Woogie
  • Chrysanthemum
  • Composition 10
  • Composition 11
  • Composition Blanc Rouge Noir
  • Composition ii
  • Composition with Blue
  • Composition with Yellow
  • Duinlandschap
  • Evolution
  • Gray Tree
  • Horizontal Tree
  • L'arbre
  • Lozenge Composition with Red Black Blue Yellow
  • Moulin au Soleil
  • Place de la Concorde
  • Red Tree
  • Red Yellow Blue Composition
  • Rhythm of Black Lines
  • Rhythm of Straight Lines
  • Rhytmus
  • Sans Titre
  • Still life with Ginger Pot
  • Tableau i
  • Trafalgar Square
  • Victory Boogie Woogie
  • Windmill by the Water

Piet Mondrian Artwork