By Rossana Bossaglia, Rossella Siligato, Filiberto Menna, Luciano Caramel, Marisa Vescovo

Summary paintings makes use of a visible language of shape, colour and line to create a composition which could exist with a level of independence from visible references on the planet. Western artwork were, from the Renaissance as much as the center of the nineteenth century, underpinned by way of the good judgment of point of view and an try to reproduce an phantasm of seen truth. the humanities of cultures except the ecu had develop into available and confirmed other ways of describing visible adventure to the artist. by way of the tip of the nineteenth century many artists felt a necessity to create a brand new type of artwork which might surround the basic adjustments occurring in expertise, technology and philosophy. The resources from which person artists drew their theoretical arguments have been various, and mirrored the social and highbrow preoccupations in all parts of Western tradition at the moment.

Sommario:

Le radici simboliste
Le avanguardie storiche
L'astrazione analitica
Dopo Mondrian
Dopo il 1945

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