Most of often common people consider all modern art as abstract. Abstract does not have any element or form which will make viewer to recollect past reality or memory. An easy way to think of abstraction is that it does not represent things as they appear in the world, but rather represents an idea. That idea can be a thought, a state of being, a moment of transcendence, or just about any other idea that can be experienced through colour and form. To look at abstract art and seek a single meaning in the work is to limit one’s own experience of art. Some of the greatest examples of abstract art, which have literally changed the way people perceive fine art, are “Composition VII” by Wassily Kandinsky.

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