"Square Pink House"

25" x 25"

Does it get any better? Inch after inch of impossibly straight lines and 90 degree angles dominate this masterpiece, obviously influenced by the seminal work of Dutch artist Piet Mondrian. Eerily similar to the first work in Gallery V ("Large Black Cat with Yellow Eyes - Head Only"), this is an excellent example of perspective and composition gone horribly wrong. I especially love how the "landscape" on the horizon so perfectly meets the intersection of the house and the roof. Frankly, I'm a bit suprised that such care was taken in painting the clouds and sky, but after having saturated the majority of this canvas with such a horrible shade of pink, I'm sure the mad genius behind this painting was ready for a radical change. Another fine donation from the collection of T.E. Dunne.

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