This painting by Piet Mondrian is reproduced as a Giclée with an advanced 12-color printer that sprays the pigment inks onto the canvas or paper, layer by layer. Due to this large color spectrum and the high resolution, the reproduction is very close to the original.
The pigment inks used are UV-resistant, so that no discoloration can occur. The colors always remain beautiful and that is why we give an unlimited guarantee! You can order Giclees framed and unframed.
About the original work
In “De Grijze Boom” (The Gray Tree), Mondrian returns the subject, the tree, to its essence. The influence of Cubism is enormous. During his short visit to Paris, Cubism was already the talk of the town, but no work by Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque – the most important representatives of Cubism – was on display. It can be seen at an exhibition in Amsterdam’s Stedelijk Museum in the autumn of 1911, which Mondriaan co-organised. Then the Dutch painters also discover what Cubism entails. For example, there is no longer literal symbolism that determines the meaning of a painting. Instead, the color and line do this.
- Title: De Grijze Boom
- Artist: Piet Mondriaan
- Year: 1911
- Material: Oil on canvas
- Dimensions: 80 × 109 cm
- Location: Kunstmuseum, The Hague
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