“The more basic the color, the more inward, the more pure.”
Piet Mondrian is considered one of the greatest artists and one of the pioneers of 20th-century abstract art. His work influenced greatly not only abstract painting, but also architecture, fashion and design. He co-founded the De Stijl art movement with Theo van Doesburg.
To express the pure plastic art, or Neoplasticism, and create the ‘universal beauty’ that he was concerned with, he eventually limited his expressive vocabulary to the three primary colors (red, blue and yellow), the three primary values (black, white and gray) and the two primary directions (horizontal and vertical).
Bring De Stijl and Piet Mondrian to your interior design with this custom handmade rug. You can have this artwork woven as as a kilim, handtufted or Tibetan handknotted rug.
Numbered limited edition of maximum 100 fine handmade rugs with this art piece. Each rug comes with a sewn-on label with the artist’s signature image and numbered by hand, per order. When we have woven 100 rugs of this art piece, we will no longer offer this painting as a custom rug. If this art piece calls to you, we suggest you take your decision to buy now!
We will weave almost 500 000 knots by hand to create this size in the smaller size.
For environmental reasons and to provide our full bespoke service, our rugs are always made to order. Your rug is much more exclusive than a limited edition. It is a unique masterpiece of handcraft realized completely for you only.
Delivery time for this rug is between 6 and 10 weeks, depending on the desired size and technique.
- Technique: Kilim, Handtufted or Tibetan handknotted in 100 knots per square inch.
- Material: New Zealand wool.
- Size: 170 x 180 cm (5.6 x 5.9 ft), 220 x 232 cm (7.2 x 7.6 ft), 245 x 258 cm (8.0 x 8.5 ft) or 300 x 316 cm (9.8 x 10.4 ft) or request your custom size with the following form.
Please note that the sizes are not exact to the centimetre and there is always a 3% variation margin in sizes and colours, due to the completely handmade process and natural materials.