Gemeentemuseum, The Hague
January 24, 2010
Picasso and Mondrian, in the footsteps of
Cézanne, are they responsible for perhaps
the most decisive development in art history:
the emergence of abstract art? This exhibition
clearly shows how painting around 1900
accelerated the process.
The result is a fascinating story that brings
you from the sensual and colorful fabrics of
Cézanne through the brightly colored
- sometimes humorous - works by Picasso to
the extremely subtle painting of Mondriaan.