Art of Abstraction

Abstraction in art often introduces a meditative element in the work. It opens up a whole new dimension in art that transcends reality and aims to engage the mind through form or colour alone.

Get inspired by some of the finest abstract paintings created by celebrated artists, and interpret them in your own way.

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1. Composition with Red, Blue, and Yellow (1930) by Piet Mondrian; 2. Rythme, Joie de vivre (1930) by Robert Delaunay;
3. Sign (1925) by Wassily Kandinsky; Cats (1913) by Natalia Goncharova; Rayonist Lilies (1913) by Natalia Goncharova

The artworks, used under the creative commons license for non-commercial use, are for representational purposes only.
The selection pays tribute to the artists and is merely meant to inspire the participants.