Abstract Art Work – A Popular Movement

Abstract art work is becoming very popular as a way of owning affordable modern art.

Although abstraction was becoming evident in the impressionist, neo and post impressionist movements began during the latter part of the 19th century. A separate identity in the early 20th century called non-objective or non-iconic art started to become apparent.

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In this movement, artists created marks, signs or three-dimensional constructions that have no connection with images or objects in the known visible world and are completely abstract.

In its purest form within Western art, abstract art is without a recognizable subject or object, which relates to nothing external and does not "imitate or mirror" anything. Instead the color and form are the subject of the abstract painting. It is without a doubt, 100 percent non objective or non representational.

A further distinction is made between abstract art which is geometric, like the work of Mondrian, and abstract art that is more fluid (and where the apparent spontaneity often belies careful planning and execution), for another few examples look at the abstract art of Kandinsky or Pollock.

As seen Western art history, breaking away from the notion that a painting had to represent something happened in the early 20th century began to progress quickly. Impressionism, Fauvism, Cubism art movements of the time, contributed by breaking away from the norm or rules of art followed since before the great Renaissance period.

Within Impressionism we see painters not completing their paintings. Most Fauvists used color in a unrealistic way. Cubism introduced the idea of painting an object from many points of view. Out of all of this came the ideas which developed color, line, form, and texture that could be the "subject" of a painting.