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Piet Mondriaan

Place de la Concorde, 1938-1943 gedateerd
Dallas (Texas), Dallas Museum of Art, [..]
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Object information
Object category
painting
Physical connection
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2nd state

Support/medium
canvas, oil paint
relined; original stretcher lost (Welsh/Joosten 1998)
Shape/dimensions
square 94 x 94,4 cm
Signature/inscription
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Current attribution
Piet Mondriaan
Date
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dated 1938-1943 (1938 - 1943)
Mondrian created this painting in 1938 (first state) but made considerable changes to it in 1943 (second state)
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Provenance
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Technical documentation
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Entered on: 2012-03-04; Last modification: 2017-11-15

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