Black and white abstract art- In 1913, vassily kandinsky completed a complete transformation from impressionist painting to abstract
He is dedicated to creating an internal "music tremor" in the viewer's mind, Extra Large Black and White Canvas Art and many of kandinsky's works
are labeled music.
In 1915, malevich began to develop his supremacist art and published an article entitled "from cubism to
supremacist".His paintings of this period, Extra Large Modern Canvas Art black cube (1915) and white on white (1918), became his representative works.
In 1919, mondrian came back to Paris and gradually formed his own unique style, that is, "neo-plastic".
He is committed to transforming the principles of abstract art into the design of inner essence.HANDMADE LARGE ABSTRACT CANVAS ART
Even as most people assumed that these artists were the first abstract paintings of their time, Hilma af
Klint, an artist in Stockholm in 1906, Large Abstract Art Sale was one of the first to make abstract art.
But this is a European abstract art pioneer, but in never show and sell its abstract works, even on his
deathbed has banned after she died twenty years later generations will open her works, because the husband
Clint thought at the time that the world is not ready to go to understand her fundamentally proactive work.
Hilma av klint was born in Sweden in 1862. She was the fourth child of Swedish naval commander captain victor
av klint. The afklints are always in M?
Adels laren lake?
The idyllic environment and beautiful natural scenery on the island during the summer gave hilma aff klint an
early influence on her, and her deep connection with the natural form became her inspiration for later
creation. Seance meeting, do psychic medium, jump the artistic creation like big god The school of theosophy founded by ukrainian-born Mrs Blavatsky after she combed through western mysticism
intrigued Mr Avklint.
Although the orthodox art history is very secretive about this, in fact theosophy is a philosophical thought
that had great influence on the European and American art circles in the early 20th century.