Piet Mondrian playing cards


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This set of 54 playing cards celebrates some of the most remarkable artworks by Piet Mondrian. Some of the artworks include Tableau No. 1 and Composition with Red Blue and Yellow.

The poker-size set contains 52 cards, 2 jokers and 1 reference card.

Packed in a beautiful box, this set is a great gift for entertainment of the art lovers. Fantastic high-quality playing cards to add an extra to your card game.

Piet Mondrian (7 March 1872 – 1 February 1944) was the leading artist of the De Stijl (The Style) movement, a group of Dutch artists who produced strictly geometric, abstract art. Mondrian's early work painted from nature became increasingly abstract. For example, a series of studies of trees and their branches made from 1909 to 1913 evolved into a criss-cross of lines. However, it was when he became a member of the Theosophist group that he began to paint the grid paintings with which he is associated. Theosophists saw existence in terms of harmony between male and female, positive and negative, horizontal, and vertical. Mondrian's paintings embody this sense of balance.