Sunday, July 29th, 2012
Abstract art was identified in Germany in the first part of the 20th century. Alfred Barr coined the phrase to describe works that were completed by Wassily Kandinsky. What is most popularly known as abstract art today is an American Movement that that began after World War II. Pablo Picasso was a pioneer in this movement, along with others who were a part of the Cubism Movement.
This type of art can be in the form of paintings or sculptures and involves the use of vivid (more…)