Minimal geometry is a type of geometric art that uses the simplest possible shapes and forms.
It is often associated with the De Stijl movement and the works of artists such as Piet Mondrian and Theo van Doesburg.
Geometry has been a big part of design for centuries. However, recently there has been a trend towards minimal geometry, which is much simpler and cleaner than traditional geometrical designs.
Minimal geometry is characterized by a limited number of geometric shapes that are repeated in different ways to create complex patterns. The shapes are typically circles, squares, triangles and hexagons.This is not to be confused with the use of basic shapes in design, such as squares or triangles. Minimal geometry uses these shapes to form complex patterns and the effect can be quite stunning.
Minimal geometry can be seen as a reaction against the more ornate and complex geometric styles that were popular in the early 20th century. Artists who embraced minimal geometry were interested in creating art that was simple, pure, and elegant.
While minimal geometry might seem like a very limiting style, it can actually be quite versatile. By using a limited number of shapes and forms, artists are able to create works that are incredibly powerful.
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• Matte finish coating
• 1.5″ (3.81 cm) deep
• Mounting brackets included
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