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Neo-Plasticism

Holland, 1920 to 1940


Neo-Plasticism is a Dutch movement founded (and named) by Piet Mondrian. It is a rigid form of Abstraction, whose rules allow only for a canvas subsected into rectangles by horizontal and vertical lines, and colored using a very limited palette.

Neo-Plasticism was somewhat influential on Russian Constructivism.
        

 
 
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Piet Mondrian 1872-1944 Dutch Painter
Piet Mondrian: Composition No. 2
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Theo van Doesburg 1883-1931 Dutch Painter
Composition, c.1920
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Vilmos Huszar 1884-1960 Hungarian/Dutch Painter
 
Jean Gorin 1899-1981 French Painter/Sculptor
 
Charmion von Wiegand 1900-1983 American Painter
 
Ilya Bolotowsky 1907-1981 Russian/American Painter
 

 
 
 




 
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