abstract art

  1. an abstract genre of art; artistic content depends on internal form rather than pictorial representation
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  • Just when she had decided that he didn't like abstract art, he stopped in front of a large, free-form wood sculpture. WHERE THE HEART IS
  • One of the reasons is, I think, that there was a kind of tension between abstract art and decoration.
  • Pop art directly challenged what was increasingly seen as abstract art's esoteric retreat from the world.
  • Kandinsky seeks to establish pure aesthetics through abstract art.
  • Their work was seminal in the development of abstract art generally and the Expressionist movement particularly.
  • Living downstairs is Brian, an abstract artist with some truly disturbing experimental techniques.
  • Though the modern art movements of impressionism, cubism, expressionism and abstract art have influenced urban art, what we see is not a made-in-India version of Western art.
  • And this museum, previously named the Museum of Non-Objective Art, was championing abstract art as early as the 1930s.
  • David Tindle recounts: Minton was further exacerbated by the groundswell of interest in abstract art forming at this time.
  • Aesthetically, it recalls the jagged, fragmented abstract art of the Italian Futurists, Russia's Suprematists and Constructivists, and Vorticist Wyndham Lewis.
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