Piet Mondrian - Composition 10 in Black and White, 1915. Rijksmuseum Kröller-Müller. Trapped in Holland during WWI Piet Mondrian would not see Paris for four years because of the war, his equipment and paintings still in Paris. In Laren, Holland, which then was an artist's community attracting artists like Van Der Leck and Van Doesburg, the latter founded a magazine called "De Stijl". Van Doesburg brought together a group of artists that contributed to the magazine including Mondrian.