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In the first lecture of this four-part series, John Walsh traces Mondrian’s early development and his experiments, well into his thirties, with pictorial innovations that reached him from France. He describes Mondrian’s absorption of ideas from Theosophy concerning the human spirit, through which he came to understand abstraction to be the true art of the future. Generously sponsored by the Martin A. Ryerson Lectureship Fund and the John Walsh Lecture and Education Fund.
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