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Abstract Art

Abstract art is generally seen as having a communicative, aesthetic value, in which it may be perceived to stand for moral virtues like purity, order, simplicity and harmony. Since the late 1900s, abstract art has become a main stream of contemporary art. It has developed largely out of the individual artistic impulses and influences of artists like Rembrandt, Cezanne, Warhol, Chardin and Braque & Gris. Some of the common characteristics of this kind of art are its futility, the absence of a clear central theme, and the implication of the art work as a commentary or comment on the society and life it depicts. Abstract art may be presented in any desired format and with any desired style.

Many artists have created beautiful abstract paintings that speak about their own creative inner being. Andy Warhol is perhaps the most famous abstract artist, who worked on an entire series of pictures where he drew pictures of his facial wrinkles to make them more appealing. He called these pictures, “The Fast Eaters”. The essence of his work is the compelling question – what are the living things that we could not see with our naked eyes, but that are all around us, in our daily lives?

Other famous abstract art makers are Mark Rothko, Jacob Davis, Kenneth Noland, Jasper Johns, Bill Aldrich, Frank Stella. Some of these artists have popularized abstract expressionism and have had important impacts on the culture and popular art movements of the 20th century. However, there are many more who have created beautiful works, but have never been able to express themselves clearly in the popular imagination of the public, due to various constraints of medium and technology. Some of the painters mentioned above are true abstract artists, while others, although they have achieved popularity, are not really abstract at all.

Abstract Art is basically a genre of art that attempts to represent the essence of reality through a number of means. Some artists choose to represent objects in the form of simple shapes, while other artists use complex geometric patterns. Still others choose to express ideas in the form of color splashes or solid shapes. But abstract art goes well beyond simple expressionism. In fact, it is an attempt to bring science into the realm of the art world, by attempting to portray scientific data in a purely subjective form.

Cubism: Impressionism was a strong influence on the emerging abstract art movement. Impressionism refers to the French impressionist art movement that took place in the 19th century. Cubism, as its name suggests, refers to the use of a large number of small pictures to form a larger picture. The French Cubists saw things in the much smaller terms that are all together seen today in the context of photography. Their works include paintings of people, nature, and objects. Works by Gauguin, Renoir, Chardin, and Courville are some of the most well known of Cubists.

An open mind allows an artist to explore the unknown. An open mind does not mean that an artist believes everything that he sees. It simply means that an artist can view things from an imaginative perspective-one that is more scientific, and less emotional. The use of an open mind allows an artist to question himself and to create an environment that is based on his current understanding of things rather than an interpretation of abstract art. An open mind also allows an artist to make use of his imagination and his personal style.

Discussion: There are many ways to approach the subject of abstract art. Many artists debate whether or not abstract art actually has a main purpose. The main purpose of abstract art is to beautify the environment, so that we feel closer to the creator. However, there are also some critics who argue that abstract art should not have a main purpose and that the beauty it inspires is an unimportant afterthought. For example, Leonardo da Vinci was famous for his Vitruvian Man, but some argue that he created this piece in order to demonstrate how man can become obsolete with the passage of time.

In conclusion, abstract art should not have a purpose or a main meaning. It is merely a means to enhance the beauty and decorum of your environment. By questioning the validity of abstract art, an artist can allow himself to be inspired by the creative process, and use his imagination and personal style to beautify his surroundings and to encourage participation by the viewer.

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