Geometric abstraction: 1926-1942.

by Dallas Museum of Fine Arts

Publisher: Lithography: Brodnax Print. Co. in [n.p

Written in English
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Subjects:

  • Painting, Abstract -- Exhibitions.,
  • Painting, Modern -- 20th century.

Edition Notes

ContributionsMurdock, Robert M.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsND196.A2 D34
The Physical Object
Pagination1 v. (unpaged)
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5319660M
LC Control Number72170081

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Four richly illustrated essays explore the European genesis of geometric abstraction, its translation into an American context. “The decision to present a survey of geometric abstraction in the United States was reached after many discussions. Once the general sphere of the exhibition was decided upon, the entire committee investigated the work of every artist who fell even remotely within the area to be covered.

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He wrote: “Aesthetic enjoyment is objectified self-enjoyment. Geometric abstraction is a form of abstract art based on the use of geometric forms sometimes, though not always, placed in non-illusionistic space and combined into non-objective (non-representational) compositions. Although the genre was popularized by avant-garde artists in the early twentieth century, similar motifs have been used in art since ancient times.

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GEOMETRIC ABSTRACTION For a guide to concrete and non-objective art, see: Abstract Paintings: Top For a list of important styles, see: Abstract Art Movements.

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Wassily Kandinsky, one of the forerunners of pure non-objective painting, was among the first modern artists to explore this geometric approach in his abstract work. Mountains and Sea () – Helen Frankenthaler. Lyrical abstraction was a term coined to define art which signaled a return to personal expression as opposed to Geometric abstraction and Frankenthaler is one of the most famous female abstract artists and a foremost exponent of lyrical abstraction.

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Geometry is the fundamental science of forms and their order. When abstract art burst onto the stage in the Western art world in the early 20th century, its practitioners quickly resolved themselves into two distinct camps: the gestural abstractionists, who built upon the liberatingly loose compositions of Post-Impressionists like Cezanne to create non-objective paintings emphasizing the artist's hand, and the geometric abstractionists, who seized on the.

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But if these images are tied to specific book and not just to get people to read in general shouldn't they at least have the name of each book. Geometric abstraction is art that uses non-representational shapes and lines based on geometric forms to create a composition.

There is a purposeful mathematical intent behind each piece of artwork. In the 20th century artists like Wassley Kandinsky and then Piet Mondrian who followed the De Stijl movement opened modern artists to the idea of.

3x an Abstraction presents the extraordinary work of three important women artists whose innovative ideas and approaches to drawing had a significant impact on the history of modern abstraction.

Hilma af Klint (Sweden, –), Emma Kunz (Switzerland, –), and Agnes Martin (Canada, b. ; U.S. citizenship ) approached geometric abstraction not as formalism, but as a means.

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Expression deals with feelings, and the concern with the human community. Accomplishments. Albers's book Interaction of Color provided the most comprehensive analysis of the function and perception of color to date and profoundly influenced art education and artistic practice, especially Color Field Painting and Minimalism, in the 20 th century.; His series Homage to the Square, produced from until his death, used a single geometric shape to.

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The geometric abstraction seemed the most interesting to my three year olds. They are interested in shapes right now, and Kandinsky uses a lot of interesting shapes and lines in his artwork that appealed to them. Wassily Kandinksy, Composition 8, – Click.

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