Abstract painters

Immerse yourself in the world of abstract art with the works of these talented painters. Explore their unique styles and get inspired to create your own abstract masterpieces.
Raeburn's Ramblings: Inventing Abstraction, 1910–1925, at the MoMA Art, Frantisek Kupka, Madame, Moma, Oil On Canvas, Canvas

The Museum of Modern Art is presenting Inventing Abstraction, 1910–1925, a survey of 350 works from the beginning of the 20th century that trace the development of non-representational art. Far from being a rehash of familiar images, the show includes many small paintings, drawings, photographs, and mixed media pieces that I've never seen before, from artists who are totally unfamiliar to me. The exhibit conveys the spirit of experimentation and rebellion of artists who didn't quite know…

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Abstract Expressionism | Definition, History, Facts, & Artists | Britannica Artists, Art, History, Expressionism, Abstract Expressionism, Abstract Expressionist, Expressionist, History Facts, Facts

Helen Frankenthaler, American Abstract Expressionist painter whose brilliantly colored canvases were much admired for their lyric qualities. Her best-known works include Mountains and Sea (1952), in which she created diaphanous color by means of thinned-down oils that she allowed to soak into the unprimed canvas.

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Simon Bull (born in March 1958) is an English-born artist now living in America. Early years and education Simon Bull was born in Bedfordshire, England. The second of four children. His father, Ian Bull served as an officer in the Royal Army Chaplains’ Department of the British Army. Ian’s extensive military postings stationed the family around the world in Guyana, Hong Kong, Germany, and Northern Ireland. Simon went to boarding school in Yorkshire, attending Ripon Cathedral Choir School…

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