Monday, 6 February 2017
The i(ndependent) reports,
"The Hague has unveiled the largest Mondrian work in the world. The painting with the familiar red, yellow and blue surfaces and straight lines is being exhibited at the Dutch town's City Hall as a prelude to a major show featuring all 300 Mondrian works which are normally loaned out to international museums.The image is one of several shown on hyperallergic
Willem-Alexander, the King of the Netherlands, will open the exhibition which runs from 3 June to 24 September."