Portrait of a Girl with Flowers (1900) by Piet Mondrian

Portrait of a Girl with Flowers - Piet Mondrian - 1900

Artwork Information

TitlePortrait of a Girl with Flowers
ArtistPiet Mondrian
Dimensions53 x 44 cm
Art MovementImpressionism
Current LocationGemeentemuseum den Haag, Hague, Netherlands

About Portrait of a Girl with Flowers

“Portrait of a Girl with Flowers” is an enchanting work by the renowned Dutch artist Piet Mondrian, created in the year 1900. This oil on canvas painting measures 53 cm in height and 44 cm in width, and it represents a significant departure from Mondrian’s later, more famous abstract works. The painting is housed in the Gemeentemuseum den Haag, located in The Hague, Netherlands.

The artwork captures the essence of Impressionism, a style Mondrian dabbled in before his evolution towards pure geometric abstraction. “Portrait of a Girl with Flowers” exudes a softness and attention to figurative detail that is absent in his later pieces, such as the celebrated “Broadway Boogie Woogie,” which was completed in 1942-43 and stands as his most famous painting. This particular piece, “Portrait of a Girl with Flowers,” showcases Mondrian’s early artistic journey, highlighting his versatility and the breadth of his talent.

For art enthusiasts wishing to own a piece of Mondrian’s legacy, hand-painted reproductions of “Portrait of a Girl with Flowers” are available for purchase. These reproductions are crafted by skilled artists using high-quality cotton-linen canvas blends and Winsor & Newton oil-based paints, ensuring each piece is unique and closely mimics the original’s charm. The reproductions come in various sizes to suit different spaces and preferences, and they are delivered unframed in protective tubes, ready to be displayed upon arrival.

Piet Mondrian’s “Portrait of a Girl with Flowers” is not just a testament to his artistic beginnings but also a beloved piece that continues to inspire and captivate audiences today. Whether displayed in a museum or as a reproduction in a private collection, this painting remains a cherished example of Mondrian’s diverse artistic expression.

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