Wednesday, October 30, 2013

Composition 10, by Piet Mondrian

I chose this piece of art because I really liked the differences in the lines. It could be perceived as many different things. The books said it was at first glance very abstract, but with further examination it represents a pier stretching into an ocean of horizontal and vertical lines. These lines reflect the rhythmic ebb and flow of the sea. Personally, I don't see the ocean, but I still like it very much.

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