Composition II in Red, Blue, and Yellow • Enamel Pin
1" x 1" Soft Enamel Pin Single Posted Rubber Clasp Inspired by "Composition II in Red, Blue, and Yellow" by Piet Mondrian Piet Mondrian (1872-1944) was a Dutch painter and one of the first European artists to make non-representational paintings as part of the De Stijl, or ‘The Style’, movement. His 1930 painting "Composition in Red, Blue and Yellow" is the result of years of experimentation seeking pure simplification in painting. Its primary colors of blue, red, and yellow are gridded by thick black lines and white squares. Mondrian believed that his form of abstraction simplified the art of painting and highlighted the unique material and formal properties that only a painting could achieve.
About Pin Museum:
Pin Museum is owned and operated by two art school sweethearts, now husband and wife in Los Angeles, CA. In addition to Pin Museum, they are designers for national and international brands, former gallerists, parents, and Mexican food devotees. In 2013, they designed and produced their first enamel pin. In 2016, they closed their gallery and launched Pin Museum with three designs by the artists Damien Hirst, Jan van Eyck, and Marcel Duchamp.
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