"composition--Together on a mandolin--"|
mixed media on canvas - 31 Inches x 28 Inches
Geometric abstraction, one of the types of abstract art that prefers compositions based on the strict rhythm of geometric or stereo metric figures. Its early versions (partly the Orphism of R. Delaunay and F. Kupka, as well as the Suprematism of KS Malevich and the neoplasticism of P. Mondrian) combine rationalism with romance, tending to build "absolute" colorful and graphic monumental symbols. At the same time, geometric abstraction has absorbed the technocratic pathos of constructivism. In the second half of the 20th century. in trends such as op-art and post-painting abstraction, geometric abstraction retains its “rationalistic mysticism,” even closer to the diverse dynamics of modern life.
composition--Together on a mandolin--oil on canvas 80x70cm.