Geometrical Abstract art is a term used to describe the work of artists who create non-representational paintings that are composed of geometric shapes.
The term Geometrical Abstract was first coined by Alfred H. Barr Jr., the founding director of New York’s Museum of Modern Art, in 1936 when he published an article on Mondrian’s work in the New York Times.
Geometrical abstract art is a form of abstract art based on the use of geometric forms and mathematical patterns such as triangles, squares and circles to create a composition.
In the late 19th century, artists began to explore geometric shapes and form.
This was partly in response to the Industrial Revolution and mechanization which had changed society from one that relied on labor to a society where automation had replaced human workers. Artists sought new ways of expressing themselves which could not be interpreted by machines.
One such way was through geometric abstraction as it presented a new challenge for artists who were able to develop an art form uninhibited by practical concerns like rendering recognizable images.
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Geometrical Abstract art is a type of art that uses geometric shapes and forms to create abstract designs.
This type of art is often characterized by its use of clean lines, simple shapes, and often a limited color palette.
Geometrical Abstract art can be found in many different forms, including paintings, sculptures, and even architecture.
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