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Piet Cornelis Mondrian
(1872 - 1944)

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1872 Born 7 March in Amersfoort, the Netherlands
1892 Enrols at the Amsterdam Academy of Fine Arts
1892 Studies at the Rijksakademie van Beeldende Kunsten, Amsterdam
1908 Lives (for 2 years) in Zeeuws village Loverendale in Holland
1909 A major exhibition of his work (with that of Jan Sluyters and Cornelis Spoor) is held at the Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam
1909 Joins the Theosophic Society
1910 Joins the board of the 'Modern Art Circle' in Amsterdam
1912 Moves to Paris
1914 Is stranded in the Netherlands when World War I breaks out
1917 Helps found De Stijl
1919 Returns to Paris
1925 Withdraws from De Stijl
1938 Moves to London
1940 Settles in New York
1944 Dies 1 February in New York
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