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Characters ↠ Ornament and Abstraction: The Dialogue Betweenm Non-Western, Modern and Contemporary Art La The study begins with the innovative pictorial conception of Philipp Otto Runge whose early nineteenth century paintings featured the last genuine form in the history of ornament the arabesue The arabesue was influential in Symbolism Maurice Denis Paul Gauguin and Jugendstil Henry van de Velde Gustav Klimt Josef Hoffmann and on painting s move towards abstraction Kandinsky Frantisek Kupka Adolf Hoelzel It is argued that this resulted on the one hand in a non figurative geometric structure of lines Mondrian and on the other in the swirls of Matisse and Jackson Pollock Side by side with the royal way of Cubism arabesue abstraction therefore opens up a second doorway to the worl.

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Characters ↠ Ornament and Abstraction: The Dialogue Betweenm Non-Western, Modern and Contemporary Art The importance of ornament in the emergence and development of abstract art has long been underestimated Pioneers like Kandinsky and Mondrian looked upon it as a sin in which abstraction should not indulge Ornament with its history dating back thousands of years in all world cultures was secreted in the development of modern nineteenth century painting but surreptitiously began to influence abstract art as a formal and methodical element This book is an in depth study of this major theme in twentieth century art history The catalogue features four artists who help to highlight the role of ornament in the history of art Wassily Kandinsky Piet Mondrian Henri Matisse and Frank Stel.

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Characters ↠ Ornament and Abstraction: The Dialogue Betweenm Non-Western, Modern and Contemporary Art D of non figurative art In addition to this line of enuiry the authors examine theoretical findings on the theme of ornament and what it reveals about the relation between abstraction and figurative art Malevich Kandinsky Paul Klee Significant influences also result from modern artists preoccupation with exotic ornamentation found in distant cultures Matisse the Orient and Oceania Ad Reinhardt Asian culture or American painting pre Columbian ornament Josef Albers Barnett Newman In also considering Minimalism new media digital technology the Renaissance and the Rococo the book celebrates the impact of ornament on abstract art as well as showcasing a remarkable array of masterpiec.

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  • Ornament and Abstraction: The Dialogue Betweenm Non-Western, Modern and Contemporary Art
  • Markus Bruderlin
  • Anglais
  • 06 September 2018
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