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Abstract Art as Therapy

Abstract art is not just a mixture of colourful meaningless patterns and arbitrary shapes. There is, I believe, a definite therapeutic value to be found in most of the enigmatic marks made by the very different styles available today. What appears to be the most important decision to make is…

Famous Abstract Art

Abstract art has its roots in the changing world of the early 20th century. The industrial revolution inspired new ways of thinking and artists were ready to embrace new ideas and techniques in response a more mechanised, faster-paced environment. Change was in the air everywhere. Cezanne and his fellow Post-Impressionists…

Abstract Art

Nonrepresentational or nonobjective art is not an invention of the twentieth century. A number of cultures, like the Islamic and Jewish, have developed over the centuries a high standard of decorative or non-figurative art forms. Today, abstract art is generally understood to be the form of art that does not…