Looking at Mondrian: Mondrian’s Meanings

A square painting consisting of a white square on a solid-black ground. The square form is rotated 45 degrees to form a diamond shape and is enclosed in a matching white frame. Inside the diamond, two black lines extend vertically, sectioning off the left

Piet Mondrian, Fox Trot A, 1930. Oil on canvas. Yale University Art Gallery, Gift of the artist to the Collection Société Anonyme

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In the final lecture of this four-part series, John Walsh looks at a group of mature paintings, including the last ones Mondrian made in New York, testing what the artist wrote about his intentions against what we can see and imagine for ourselves. Generously sponsored by the Martin A. Ryerson Lectureship Fund and the John Walsh Lecture and Education Fund.

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