The beauty of color, line, proportions, and textures are described for those interested in learning how to appreciate abstract art. The book follows the abstract movements in chronological order, making it easy for the reader to grasp the work of great artists such as O'Keefe, Kandinsky, Mondrian, Pollock, and Johns. An important reference book for any public or private library.
Ever walked into a museum or gallery reacted to an abstract painting not sure of what you might be seeing and what may cause the love or revulsion? Moszynska takes the reader on an unforgettable tour of what was and how it came to be. Paintings that you have seen reproduced for years will take on new life. An excellent introduction to Abstract Art, this book is a great refresher course for those of us who have forgotten everything we were supposed to have learned in Art Appreciation classes.