Completed in 1943, "Broadway Boogie-Woogie" is Mondrian's masterpiece and a culmination of his aesthetic. Although he spent most of his career creating abstract work, this painting is inspired by clear real-world examples: the city grid of Manhattan, and the boogie woogie music to which Mondrian loved to dance. The painting is owned by the MoMA in New York City. Printed on heavyweight artist paper, this print has been custom-framed in exclusive hand-finished molding.
Piet Mondrian was a Dutch painter who was an important contributor to the De Stijl art movement. He evolved a nonrepresentational form which he termed Neo-Plasticism. This consisted of white ground upon which was painted a grid of black lines and the three primary colors.