MoMA Scarf | Artist Piet Mondrian (USA)
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what it is
This flowing 100% silk scarf's print is inspired by Piet Mondrian's painting Trafalgar Square (1939-43). Mondrian is an artist represented in MoMA's collection, which is instantly recognizable as an icon of neoplasticism - the term he used to describe his abstract paintings that relied on straight lines and primary colors. The fluidity of silk gives a tactile suppleness to the bold geometry inspired by the painting.
specs + size
Size: 60"l x 13"w
Artist: Piet Mondrian