Geometrical abstract composition is a type of abstract art that uses geometric shapes and forms to create a composition.
This type of art is often characterized by its use of clean lines, simplicity, and balance.
Geometrical abstract composition can be traced back to the early 20th century, when artists such as Piet Mondrian and Kazimir Malevich began experimenting with abstract art.
These artists were interested in exploring the relationship between form and space, and they used geometric shapes to create compositions that were both visually striking and intellectually challenging.
While geometrical abstract composition has its roots in early 20th-century art, it continues to be an important and popular style of abstract art today. Many contemporary artists are drawn to its clean lines and simple forms, and it remains an important part of the abstract art world.
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