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  • At the very first few pages the abstractionists' eyes began to change.
  • They were followed in the 1960s by such hard edge abstractionists as Frank Stella.
  • He was exposed to the international museums where he got the chance to watch works of the modern masters and received training under world famous contemporary abstractionists.
  • Though minimalist, the works, as with those of most good abstractionists, have a redolent poetry of their own.
  • The degree of abstraction in these paintings is greater than that achieved by many veteran Israeli abstractionists.
  • His severity in this line was a living rebuke to all abstractionists and would-be biological philosophers. Cited from Memories and Studies, by William James
  • That is a sentence to crack the heads of the old abstractionists. Cited from Plays of Shakspere Unfolded, by Delia Bacon
  • The abstractionists in New York generally did not use axial layering as did Kelpe.
  • She punishes abstractionists, and will only forgive an induction which is rare and casual. Cited from Essays, Second Series, by Ralph Waldo Emerson
  • There were in strong contrast to a group called the Lianozovo artists, a loose group around Oscar Rabine, who were primarily abstractionists.
  • During the 1940s and 1950s critics of the New York Times frequently noted her work with approval and in 1950 said she was one of the best-known American contemporary abstractionists.
  • Other examples of pioneer abstractionists such as Kasimir Malevich and Piet Mondrian have also embraced this approach towards abstract painting.
  • In this all-important respect I do not hesitate to say we theorists and abstractionists of the North, throughout that long anti-slavery discussion which ended with the 1861 clash of arms, were thoroughly wrong. Cited from 'Tis Sixty Years Since, by Charles Francis Adams
  • This group of local artists were diverse in style but shared a love for figurative art, making the group distinct from the better known St Ives art community in Cornwall, who, after the war, were chiefly dominated by abstractionists.
  • I myself, for instance, have never been able to escape; but the hours I spent with Agassiz so taught me the difference between all possible abstractionists and all livers in the light of the world's concrete fulness, that I have never been able to forget it. Cited from Memories and Studies, by William James
  • These "lyrical abstractionists" sought to expand the boundaries of abstract painting, and to revive and reinvigorate a painterly "tradition" in American art.
  • Profoundly affected by post-war existential philosophy, Crozier allied himself and his work consciously with contemporary European art throughout the 1950s and 1960s, rather than with the New York abstractionists, who were more fashionable in the UK at the time.
  • Initially he was influenced by the works of geometric abstractionists such as Sol LeWitt, Kenneth Noland, and Frank Stella.
  • Though his role in the advent of abstract art is given much less emphasis, his work is just as crucial as that of the more celebrated abstractionists including Mondrian, Kandinsky, Malevich, and Delaunay.
  • Their case was not helped by the fact that they were all enjoying some commercial success, as against their immediate rivals (the local abstractionists Roger Kemp, Leonard French, Inge King and George Johnson) who were struggling.
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Root form of abstractionists is abstractionist for the noun.

Meaning of abstractionists

  • noun A painter of abstract pictures