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  • 2. Formalism Non-objective art in the early 20 th century
  • 3. Formalism:
    • theory of art that places emphasis on the design qualities; according to this theory, the most important thing about a work of art is the effective organization of the Elements of Art through the Principles of Design
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    • All of the following artists began as landscape, portrait and genre painters who worked in the typical styles of their era and location.
    • In search of a “pure” art, they diminished or rejected obvious subject matter in their works; enjoying a freedom the limitation of and narrowness of “topics”, they explored the universal aspects of art: the elements and principles
  • 5. Paul Klee
    • whimsical, serious, influential
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  • 9. Wassily Kandinsky
    • connections of music and color
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  • 13. Piet Mondrian and Kasimir Malevich
    • theorists looking for the true universals of art
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