Abstract Painting

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2006 Turner Prize - Turner Prize Exhibition 2006 - Works, Gallery Text, Artist's Statements and Press Coverage - Tomma Abts
... Tomma Abts exhibited works were eleven abstract paintings (acrylic and oil on canvas) ... from a book of German Christian names and included Ebe Abstract painting in blues and white of triangular and circular shapes ... Lübbe Abstract painting in brown and pastel tones ...
Lyrical Abstraction - America
... Lyrical Abstraction led the way away from minimalism in painting and toward a new freer expressionism ... new, experimental, loose, painterly, expressive, pictorial and abstract painting styles ... monochromatic, geometric styles, and whose paintings publicly evolved into new abstract painterly motifs ...
History Of Painting - Western Painting - 20th-century Modern and Contemporary - Pioneers of Modern Art
... Robert Delaunay, 1911, Orphism Wassily Kandinsky 1913, birth of abstract art Amedeo Modigliani, Portrait of Soutine 1916, example of Expressionism ... Modern painting influenced all the visual arts, from Modernist architecture and design, to avant-garde film, theatre and modern dance and became an experimental laboratory for the ... Van Gogh's painting exerted great influence upon 20th-century Expressionism, as can be seen in the work of the Fauves, Die Brücke (a group led by German painter Ernst Kirchner), and the ...
Michel Seuphor
... Along with Joaquin Torres-Garcia and Pierre Daura, Seuphor founded the abstract artists' group Cercle et Carré ... Seuphor wrote and edited two books A Dictionary Of Abstract Painting (Tudor Publishing Co. 1958) and Abstract Painting 50 Years Of Accomplishment (Dell Laurel Edition, 1964) ...

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