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‘I do not know how I shall turn out...'. The Development of the Work of Mondrian, from Naturalism to ‘Victory Boogie-Woogie'
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‘I do not know how I shall turn out...'. The Development of the Work of Mondrian, from Naturalism to ‘Victory Boogie-Woogie'

(Saskia Bak) The Low Countries - 1993, № 1, pp. 75-82

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Mondrian, who started out as a fairly traditional landscape painter has come a long way in his last paintings. In Broadway Boogie-Woogie and Victory Boogie-Woogie he added a new and quite significant dimension to his abstract work. The prominence of the lines was broken by using small successive blocks. In both these stimulating paintings the static character of the paintings from the 1920s has given way to a dynamic equilibrium.

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