|Wood with beech trees 1899|
|Piet Mondrian, Portrait Photo,
Dedicated to his father and mother, 1899
Photo: Haags Gemeentemuseum
|Row of eleven poplars in red, yellow, blue and green 1908|
|Mondrian and Simon Maris having a meal
in Bordeaux, during their 1903 trip to Spain.
Photo: Haags Gemeentemuseum, '5-Gravenhage.
|Stammer mill with streaked sky, 1905-07|
|Interior atelier remebrandtplein with
mondrian, 1905 early 1906.
Photo: Haags Gemeentemuseum, '5-Gravenhage.
|Mill in sunlight: The winkel mill 1908|
|Photo Portrait of Mondrian Taken for
F.M. Lurasco, Onze moderne Masters,
Published in December 1907
|Avond (evening): The red tree, 1908-10|
|Interior of the sarphatipark no. 42 residence
Photograph by R. Drektraan, collection of P. Huff.
|Lighthouse at westkapelle in orange, pink, purple and blue, 1910|
|Photograph of Mondrian made by the
phrenologist A. Waldenburg,
Spring, 1909. Photo: Archives RKD
|Still life with gingerpot 2, 1912|
|Piet Mondrian and Greta Heijbroek,
Photographer Unknown.Photo: Archives RKD
|Pier and ocean 4 1914|
|Copying pass photo of Mondrian for the
Musee Du Louvre
Dated June 1, 1912. Photo: Archives RKD
|Composition with grid 3: Lozenge composition 1918|
|Composition. 1921/Tableau No. II 1921—25, with red, blue, black, yellow and gray 1921/1925 (first State)|
|Mondrian. June 16, 1922
Photograph By R. Rossetti, 13 Rue D'odessa,
Paris. Photo: Archives RKD, '5-Gravenhage.
|Tableau, with yellow, black, blue, red, and gray 1923|
|Mondrian and Nelly Van Doesburg
in atelier 26, ave du depart. May 1923.
Photograph private collection, Amsterdam.
|Designs for the library-studio of Ida bienert, the so called "Salon de madame B..., A Dresden" Exploded Box Plan 1926|
|Mondrian's studio at 26 rue du depart. Photographer unknown. April, 1926. Photo: Archives RKD.|
|Composition with red, black, blue, and yellow 1928|
|Mondrian on the roof Terrace of
Le Corbusier Villa Stein—de—monzie,
garches, September 1928.
|Composition with red, blue, and yellow, 1930|
|Mondrian in his studio at 26 ave du depart. Photograph by charles karsten. August, 1931. Photo: Archives RKD|
|Lozenge composition with four yellow lines. 1933|
|Mondrian in his studio at 26 ave du depart.
Photograph by charles karsten. October,1933. Photo: Archives RKD
|Composition No.1/Composition. C.1934/Composition (Blanc Et Bleu). 1936 1934/1936|
|Mondrian in his studio at 26 Ave Du Depart. Photograph by Albert Gallatin. June 1934|
|Composition en blanc, rouge et bleu 1936|
|Mondrian in his studio at 278, boulevard raspail. Visited with his youngest brother carel and his wife Mary Mondriaan-Van Den Berg. Photo RKD, '5—Gravenhage. 1936|
|Composition (with red?) (Unfinished ?) 1937/Composition with yellow, blue and red. 1939—42 (second state)|
|Mondrian in his studio at 278, Boulevard raspail. Photograph by Rosa Klein, June—July, 1937.|
|Composition of red and white: Nom 1. 1938/ Composition No.4. 1938/1942 (Second State)|
|Piet Mondrian with Harry Holtzman, in Holtzman's studio. New York 1940. Photo: Archives Mondrian Trust|
|New York. 1941/Boogie Woogie. 1941/1942 (Second State)|
|Mondrian in his studio at 353 East 52nd Street Photograph by Arnold Newman, 1941.|
|Composition (No.III) Blanc-Jaune. 1935/Composition with red, yellow, and blue. 1935/42 (second state)|
|Mondrian in his studio, East 52nd St. 1942 Photo by Arnold Newman|
|New York City 1 (Unfinished) 1941|
|Opening at the exhibition 'Masters of Abstract Art', in Helena Rubinstein's new art center, New York, April 1, 1942 Photograph by L. Model. From left to right: Harry Holtzman, Hans Richter, Burgoyne Diller, Piet Mondrian|
|New York City 1942|
|Mondrian in his New York studio at 353 East 52nd Street, Photograph by Emery Muscetra, Commissioned by Sidney Janis October. 1941|
|Broadway Boogie Woogie 1942—43|
|Mondrian at the entrance to the museum of modern art, NYC. 1943. Photograph by Mrs Gilbert W. Chapman|
|Composite. 1939/ Trafalgar Square. 1939/1943 (second state)|
|Mondrian preparing paintings for show at Dudensing's 1943. Photo by Fritz Glarner|
|Victory Boogie Woogie (Unfinished) 1943/44|
|Mondrian's 15 east 59th street studio, after his death. Photo by Harry Holtzman 1944. Archives Mondrian Trust|
|Composition with Red Blue and Yellow 1930|
|Piet Mondrian in Harry Holtzman's studio
New York 1940/1941
Photo by Harry Holtzman.
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