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    Abstract composition - Paintings

    An abstract composition is a work of art that does not represent objects, people or landscapes in a recognizable way. Instead, it is characterized by the use of shapes, colors, lines, and textures to create a non-figurative visual composition. Abstract artists often try to express abstract emotions, concepts or ideas through their work.

    Abstract art emerged at the beginning of the 20th century with movements such as cubism, futurism and suprematism. Artists such as Wassily Kandinsky, Piet Mondrian and Kazimir Malevich pioneered abstract art and explored how formal elements could convey meanings beyond realistic representation.

    In an abstract composition, forms

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    ... can be simplified, fragmented, or totally non-objective. Colors and textures can be used expressively to evoke feelings or emotional responses. The lines can be used to create rhythms and movements across the canvas.

    Each viewer can interpret an abstract composition in a unique way, based on their own experiences, emotions and perceptions. This is one of the fascinating aspects of abstract art, as it allows a broader freedom of interpretation and experience than traditional figurative art.

    Abstract compositions can be created in various artistic mediums, such as painting, sculpture, photography and even digital art. The exploration of forms, colors and textures in an abstract composition offers artists creative freedom and a possibility of personal expression without figurative limits.

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