Art in which there is no attempt to represent anything existing in the world, particularly used of the 20th century onwards. ‘Abstraction’ refers to the process of making images that may in part derive from the visible world but which are reduced to basic formal elements.

Wassily Kandinsky Kleine Welten III [Small Worlds III] Dated 1922

Artists

Robert Delaunay
1885 - 1941
Natalya Goncharova
1881 - 1962
Piet Mondrian
1872 - 1944
Kurt Schwitters
1887 - 1948
Hans Hofmann
1880 - 1966