Figurative

Figurative

We must ask one question first and that is – how do we define figurative? At one point, the total abandonment of the recognizable object, that we saw as the 20th century progressed, and in the works of Wassily Kandinsky and Jackson Pollock, seemed to place color, marks, drips, at the center of the paintings, making the act of painting all about the painting itself. But, on the other hand, the act of painting, for the painter of the Abstract Expressionism movement, Jackson Pollock, linked to exemplify the views of Existentialism philosophy, is by many viewed as a form of figuration, as a form of documentation of the body of the artists. Figurative Art is a type of art that is based on real-world objects, people, or scenes.

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