Thursday, January 29, 2009


Detail, Mondrian, Composition in Yellow, Blue, and White, I 1937 (MOMA)
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1 comment:

tom mcglynn said...

Hi Charles, nice detail.
Mondrian knew that a painting was both a picture -and a thing simultaneously. His awareness was shaped by correspondence theory in Theosophy. It's in the simultaneity that there is transcendence.