The autumn show at the Marmottan Museum - Monet will focus on the little-known facet of Pete Mondrian’s career, which is famous for its laconic abstract paintings of red, yellow, blue, black squares and rectangles.
Exhibition "Mondrian figurative", which opens on September 12, will present about 60 paintings, which he himself chose in 1920 for his biggest collector, Salomon Sleypera.
These are landscapes, portraits and still lifes, created under the influence of impressionism, luminism, fauvism and symbolism. They show Mondrian as one of the best colorists of his time. The exhibition will run until January 26, 2020.