Visual Examples of Modernism

April 2, 2009 at 1:42 pm Leave a comment

This painting is painted by Franz Marc, a Modernism Painter, and he used abstract expression in the painting. It looks like bunch of colors splattered on the picture, but if one looks closely at the painting, there are animals in the painting, showing a gloomy expression.

This painting is painted by Franz Marc, a Modernism Painter, and he used abstract expression in the painting. It looks like bunch of colors splattered on the picture, but if one looks closely at the painting, there are animals in the painting, showing a gloomy expression.

This painting is by Jackson Pollock and this painting represents modernism by showing abstract expressions.
This painting is by Jackson Pollock and this painting represents modernism by showing abstract expressions.
This image is a representation of Modernism art because its unique style of drawing where parts of the womens body, even the face, is put together like a piece of puzzle. Also the women has round edges.
This image is a representation of Modernism art because it’s unique style of drawing where parts of the women’s body, even the face, is put together like a piece of puzzle. Also the women has round edges.
This image represents modernism by the unique idea of clocks melting away. It has a very deep meaning in this painting, which is to impress anxiety and, in a certain way, terror, although it is likely that it was conceived as a functional element on which to drape one of the watches. (Wikipedia)

This image represents modernism by the unique idea of clocks melting away. It has a very deep meaning in this painting, which is "to impress anxiety and, in a certain way, terror, although it is likely that it was conceived as a functional element on which to drape one of the watches." (Wikipedia)This painting is by a modernism artis, Franz Marc, and this painting represents modernism by using abstract expression and random looking colors. It looks liks someone just painted in random colors everywhere, but it shows that

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