Plus Plus Inspired | Mondrian
Plus Plus Inspired | Mondrian
Plus Plus Inspired | Mondrian
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Plus Plus Inspired | Mondrian

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Observe, admire, and create with the Plus-Plus Inspired® series. Iconic works of art, like Klimt’s The Kiss, have delighted viewers worldwide for ages. Now, let this masterpiece inspire you to make something uniquely yours to enjoy at home or in the office. With Plus-Plus Inspired, the only instruction is to exercise your imagination. Go ahead, take a creative adventure with these timeless masterpieces and discover new possibilities all your own. Included is an engaging leaflet about this artwork, the artist, and ideas to help inspire your own creations.

The Plus-Plus Inspired series honors famous cultural expressions through unique color palettes. Each item is inspired by an artwork, architectural design, or landmark. The Inspired series offers completely open-ended creativity for both Kids & 'Kidults'.

How does Piet Mondrian’s Composition A inspire you?
Known as the father of abstract art, Piet Mondrian is one of the most influential artists of the 20th century. He pioneered a new style of art that not only remains popular today, but also inspired creators of fashion, music, graphics, and architecture. His original paintings are on display in world-class galleries throughout Europe and the U.S.

How did he become so influential?
Early in his career he conformed to the impressionistic technique of painting as seen in this Dutch landscape. But, he was a deep thinker and passionately pursued spiritual knowledge. As he developed intellectually, his paintings evolved into a breakout movement. In 1917 he established the Neoplastic style which aspired to refine images to their purest forms while balancing the composition. What some people consider just extremely simple paintings, Mondrian considered expressions of profound understanding.
“Every true artist has been inspired more by the beauty of lines and color and the relationships between them than by the concrete subject of the picture.”
– Piet Mondrian

Composition A
Oil on canvas, c. 1923
35.4 x 35.8 in / 89.9 x 90.9 cm
National Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Art (Rome, Italy)

b. 1872, Amersfoort, Netherlands; d. 1944, New York, United States