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Colored vase inspired by the artist Piet Mondrian and designed by Frank Kerdil.
This outstanding item, handmade in high-quality colored glass, can be displayed as a vase or as a sculpture and is a striking addition to the home and the office.
It is a deceptively plain white cube that pulls apart to reveal two vibrant, contemporary vases. They can be arranged to suit your taste, and then changed to fit your mood; a serene white for one day and a burst of color for the next.
The painting that inspired this vase consists of geometric figures, in particular variations of squares and rectangles. The painting was born from the 'De Stijl' movement, one of the major modern movements focused on Neo-Plasticism and founded by Mondrian. The horizontal lines signify a sense of rest and calm, while the vertical lines communicate a sense of height. Working together as an overall piece, the lines create a sense of stability and solidarity. Mondrian was attempting to portray this sense of stability through his paintings and evoke feelings of an utopian society rather than face the instability of the world in its current state.
In his career and in his life Mondrian went through different phases. He started with classic landscape painting with a realist style and refined portraits with numerous details. Then in the search of his own style and true expression he was enlightened by simplicity. He re-found himself in a painting style based on essential shapes and basic colors. This would turn out to be the peak of his artist career and what he eventually became famous for. He decided to strip down his style from all unnecessary addition and artifacts. In his quest for purity, he started to work on compositions only built with primary colors and geometric lines. This new minimalist approach was to him the best representation of aesthetics.