Dune Landscape (1911) by Piet Mondrian

Dune Landscape - Piet Mondrian - 1911

Artwork Information

TitleDune Landscape
ArtistPiet Mondrian
Dimensions141 x 239 cm
Art MovementPost-Impressionism
Current LocationGemeentemuseum den Haag, Hague, Netherlands

About Dune Landscape

The artwork titled “Dune Landscape,” created by the artist Piet Mondrian in 1911, is an oil on canvas that adheres to the Post-Impressionism art movement. Measuring 141 x 239 cm, this landscape embodies the genre through its depiction of natural scenery. The painting is currently housed in the Gemeentemuseum den Haag in The Hague, Netherlands.

“Dune Landscape” by Piet Mondrian is a visual representation of a natural setting, characterized by the flat expanses of a dune environment under a vast sky. The painting’s composition is harmonious, with a balanced distribution of elements across the canvas. There is a clear sense of the horizontal plane stretching into the distance, creating a tranquil and expansive effect. The brushwork subtly modulates hues of blues and greens to convey the textures and contours of the sand and vegetation, with the sky overhead rendered in soft tones of blue that suggest a serene, atmospheric quality. The artwork demonstrates Mondrian’s exploration of natural forms and his inclination toward the abstraction of these elements, which would later become a defining feature of his abstract works.

Other Artwork from Piet Mondrian

More Post-Impressionism Artwork

Scroll to Top