смешанная техника . акрил . олст . асло - 112 Cm x 95 Cm
Geometrical abstraction (sometimes geometric abstractionism) is a form of abstract art based on the use of geometric forms, sometimes, though not always, located outside the illusory space and combined into abstract, non-objective compositions. The basis of abstract compositions is the creation of an artistic space by combining different geometric forms, color planes, straight and broken lines.
Geometric abstraction, having had a significant impact on the formation of modern architecture, the development of design, industrial, decorative and applied art, remained the dominant trend in art until the end
Second World War. In the 1950s. "Lyrical currents of abstract art" (tachism, abstract expressionism) come to the forefront. However, in the 1960s, with the appearance of the minimalism of pop art on the artistic arena, geometric abstraction was re-emerging.
Masters of geometric abstraction: Kazimir Malevich, Mikhail Larionov, Olga Rozanova, Lyubov Popova, Robber Delone, Pete Mondrian, Theo Van Dusburg, Joseph Albers, Frank Stela, Jules Olitski, Victor Vasarely, Bridget Riley
With the advent of acrylic, completely new possibilities arose for painting. This also touched geometric abstraction. Having a technical background in our luggage, we managed to create quite a considerable number of geometric abstractions. Sometimes, to enhance the effect of the colorfulness of the picture, we use ornaments. Of course, we will not publish all the pictures on this topic. We confine ourselves to only one picture. How lucky she is to judge you!