Three unknown Mondriaan paintings discovered


This is a video of paintings by Piet Mondriaan in the Kröller-Müller Museum in the Netherlands.

From Dutch news agency ANP:

AMSTERDAM – During a valuation in France, three unknown paintings by Piet Mondriaan have been discovered.

These oil paintings are not in the Mondriaan catalogue from 1998. …

These three paintings are ‘Haystack behind a row of trees’, ‘Iris against a red background’ and ‘Farm surrounded by trees’. …

The paintings are from 1902 – 1909 when Mondriaan still worked in a naturalist style.

Later, he would become internationally famous as an abstract painter.

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