There are pages of homages, collected over a decade, but this page will concentrate on a selection of those as homages to specific works.
This was prompted by a lovely tribute to B301 which I found in November 2010.
The entries have been reorganised into catalogue sequence. Here's a list:
Artist not known
Dall'alba al Crepuscolo
Adaptation from Mondrian's Evolution. Represents through the change of daily time, the evolution of man. on sale on eBay from Hillsborough, NJ.
A647 Evolutie (Evolution), 1911
Oil on canvas, centre panel 183x87.5cm, side panels 178x85cm
As I observe on page 3, 'you don't get many homages to this one'.
[5th Feb 2012] But here's one,
Indra Moonen, Devolution, 2011, photographs.
A much more imaginative effort than the brown reworking. A full description and explanation is given in flickr.
Ian Hamilton Finlay
Luftwaffe - After Mondrian, 1976
Lithograph on paper, image: 41.8x53.1cm
B83 Composition in line, 1916
Oil on canvas, 108x108 cm
Found at The Tate.
The third image, bearing a remarkable resemblance, is a photograph of what I take to be street furniture, found in Google images, but with no attribution.
Daan van Doom Courtney Pine.
Oil on panel, 150x150cm
From the 2011 BP Portrait Awards at the National Portait Gallery.
B104 No. VI / Composition NoII, 1920
Oil on canvas, 100.5x101 cm
I have given the title PMlico as this piece is amongst a set of paintings in tile gracing the exit to Pimlico tube station which leads to the Tate. Appropriately it depicts B104, previously shown at the Tate, but now at Tate Modern.
There was a time: Piet Mondrian
I'm sending you an image of my homage-painting that I once donated to the charity auction. Name of that piece is "There was a time: Piet Mondrian". It comes from my main series of works that concern the art market. This one covers the story of Mondrian's "Composition avec bleu, rouge, jaune et noir".
B142 Composition with Blue, Red, Yellow and Black , 1922
Oil on canvas, 79x49.5cm
Mondrian inflation is also mentioned here.
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StamPiet Mondrian, 2005
internet worth 1000
B221 Composition with Yellow, 1930
Oil on canvas, 46x46.5 cm
The playful precision of this homage is delightful, combining definite philatelic knowledge, splendid minimalist image selection and admirable attention to detail. An instant favourite. I used the same signature for the display shelves in the collection.
Mondrian Cutting Board Series, Mondrian 1
Maple, Wenge, Padauk, and Alder wood
B232 Composition C with Grey and Red, 1932
Oil on canvas, 50.2x50.4 cm
Ken Goodwin produces beautiful chopping boards and has modelled four Mondrian designs, B232, B190, B238, B198.
Sidney Janis Looking at a Painting by Mondrian, 1967
B239 Composition with Red and Blue, 1933
Oil on canvas, 41.2x33.3 cm
There's something of a story in acquiring this one.
Albert Dedden & Paul Keizer
Always Boogie Woogie, 2002
Fibreglass and plastic
B269 Composition en Blanc, Noir et Rouge , 1936
Oil on canvas, 102x104 cm
The monument is in Winterswijk, where Mondrian's family moved when he was 8. It lights up at night. The photographer is Jeanne Kliemesch.
I was not sure whether to show this in Companion Pieces or here in Homages, so it is in both.
Cover design for Nadia Wheatley's Listening to Mondrian, 2006
A book of excellent short stories.
B292 Composition with Red , 1939
Oil on canvas, 105.2x102.3 cm
1. Claudio Vianini
New York City
Here's the home page: the site is model train oriented.
B301 New York City, 1942
Oil on canvas, 119.3x114.2 cm
3. And another related piece from Mark Caywood plus 4. my detail in fused glass.
5. [Feb 2011] a new addition, Boris Kleint's Little New York City, Mondrian Variation II, 1983, acrylic on wood, 71.5x71.5cm. A terrific idea, found here. Boris died in 1996.
6. [Apr 2001] Combining Mondrian, Kleint and Vianini gives my homage to all three, the last image in this section. It hangs on our stairs. Other views in Flickr.
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Mondrian Shadowed, 1988
lithograph, 22 X 30", ed. 30
B318 London, with Blue, Red and Yellow, 1940/1942
Oil on canvas, 82.5x71.1 cm
link. Shown with the permission of the artist.
1 Andrew Findlay
In the Mind of Mondrian
B323 Broadway Boogie Woogie , 1942-1943
Oil on canvas, 127x127 cm
The artist provides a full explanation of both the thought-process behind the work and the practical aspects of realising it here.
[Sep 2011] 3 Pete Mondrian, Pete takes in the Broadway Boogie Woogie by Piet Mondrian. One of the Pete the Cat series by Mr. Dean. Great attention to detail on the B323 copy. There are many other fine Pete homages on the site: I particularly like Don Quixote - Pete, though I think a share of the sales should be going to Picasso's estate.
[Jul 2012] 4. Larry Rivers Art and the Artist: Mondrian. One of a series of homages, recently exhibited at the Tibor de Nagy Gallery.
[Oct 2012] 5. Philip Gladstone Picasso to Mondrian's Rescue, found on ebay.
[Jun 14] 6. Dean Yeagle's Mandrian, one of a long series featuring Mandy in a variety of poses. Here's his web site. Permission has been asked to show this image.
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