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									Abstract Painting

 Simplification of images ranging
 from a slight departure from reality
 to completely non-objective.
 Non-objective art is a
  type of abstract art,
  influenced by cubism,
  that eliminated the
  idea of depth, and
  instead concentrated
  on composing a
  harmonious
  arrangement of grids,
  shapes, and color


 Woman Playing the Mandolin
 (1909) by Pablo Picasso
 Neo-Plasticism or De
  Stijl, was an artistic
  movement where
  artists created
  paintings using only
  pure form and color,
  without realism or
  emotion.




  Composition II in Red, Blue, and
  Yellow, (1930) by Piet Mondrian
 Suprematism was an
  art movement
  focused on
  fundamental
  geometric forms




 Suprematism (Supremus No. 58),
 (1916) by Malevich

 Suprematism (Supremus No. 58)
 (1916) by Malevich
 Abstract
  Expressionism was an
  American inspired
  movement that arose
  after WWII.




Seated Woman (1952), by Willem
de Kooning
 Paint was applied rapidly and with force to huge
  canvases in an effort to show feelings and emotions,
  painting gesturally, non-geometrically, sometimes
  applying paint with large brushes, sometimes dripping
  or even throwing it onto canvas.




                                               By Jackson Pollock
  The work is characterized by a strong
   dependence on what appears to be accident and
   chance, but which is actually highly planned.




Bilbao (1998) Screenprint
by Helen Frankenthaler
 Music is the
  ultimate
  teacher.




 Improvisation Painting by Abstract Artist Mondrian Kandinsky
 Art inspired by the
 microscope
 Klari Reis may
  not be the first
  artist to paint her
  drug-induced
  visions, but hers
  are unique in
  that she relies
  on the use of an
  electron
  microscope
  rather than
  psychoactivity to
  draw her
  inspiration

        Ambien
  Art inspired by the
  microscope
 DIRK VANDER
  EECKEN
 “I haven‟t become a
  scientific illustrator.
  I‟m just continuing
  the path I decided to
  follow a few years
  ago. The most
  important difference
  is that my
  interventions as an
  artist are focused on
  „landscapes‟ of
  atomic
  accumulations.”           Dirk Vander Eecken - G.R. N°2010/01/13 Code
                            (2010)
 Art inspired by the
 microscope
 Teresa Majerus-
  Bednarz
 “Most of my artworks
  have in common to start
  with discovering or
  rediscovering natural
  elements from
  unexpected views.
  When I paint, my goal is
  to stimulate emotions.”


                             Eye of science
                             acrylic on canvas
                             100 x 80 cm
Modern Abstract painters

  Mary Capan
Modern Abstract painters




Traffic 1 (2008) by Paul Sinus
Modern Abstract painters
Modern Abstract painters




  Michel Keck

								
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