‘Counter-Composition VI’, Theo van Doesburg, 1925 | Tate
Artwork page for ‘Counter-Composition VI’, Theo van Doesburg, 1925 on display at Tate Modern. Van Doesburg used a diagonal grid in this painting to create a dynamic tension with the format of the canvas. For him, diagonal lines signalled a spiritual liberation from ‘earth-bound’ verticals and horizontals. He edited an art, architecture and design magazine, De Stijl. It reflected his own wide-ranging activities. He also applied the ‘Counter-Composition’ approach to interior design. A diagonal…
Piet Mondrian and De Stijl
Imagine limiting yourself as an artist to just two or three colors. Ever. Or imagine painting only squares and straight lines. Sound crazy? Well, to a group of
Portrait of a man, c.1915 - Theo van Doesburg - WikiArt.org
‘Portrait of a man’ was created in c.1915 by Theo van Doesburg in Dada style. Find more prominent pieces of portrait at Wikiart.org – best visual art database.
Billy-Goat - Bart van der Leck - WikiArt.org
‘Billy-Goat’ was created by Bart van der Leck in Neoplasticism style. Find more prominent pieces of animal painting at Wikiart.org – best visual art database.