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Piet Mondriaan

Tip-up bridge in a meadow, ca. 1903
Amersfoort, Mondriaanhuis
Object information
Object category
canvas, oil paint
rectangle (landscape format) 21.5 x 28 cm
Current attribution
Piet Mondriaan
This painting was first attributed to Mondrian and assigned its title (a bridge constructed to allow or disallow cattle to move within the polders) by B. Bakker for the 'Piet Mondriaan the Amsterdam Years' exhibition of 1994. Comparison there with several other early landscape paintings by the artist confirmed its authenticity, and the lack of a signature is no problem for works of art by Mondrian acquired by Dr. Esser, who originally did not concern himself with the matter (Welsh/Joosten 1998).
Exact or approximate dating of the described art work; the search parameters adopted for this art work in this database, are found in brackets.
c. 1903 (1903)
date given by Welsh/Joosten 1998
Exhibitions and literature
Visual documentation
Creation date: 2004-06-21; Last modified date: 2023-05-03


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