Painting with bold percussion and swinging riffs, Piet Mondrian brought the boogie-woogie beat to his classic, box-step style. In his art, Mondrian ascribed to the aesthetics of neoplasticism, which restricts artists to the most basic lines (straight, horizontal and vertical) and limits color range to white, black, gray, and primary. Broadway Boogie Woogie strays from the rigidity of his former work and, as he said, added a little boogie woogie to his art. Revel in Mondrians syncopated energy as you snap each piece of this vibrant 500-piece puzzle into place.
|22.00 × 27.00 cm