Abstract art was born in the early twentieth century and its main founder is Vassily Kandinsky. In the origins of abstraction we recognize the influence of Fauvism and Cubism. The triumph of color, the representation far from reality, the lack of codes are all warning signs of a free art. Abstraction does not attempt to represent the visible and the outside world, it is a "visual language".

"Art does not reproduce the visible, it makes it visible." Paul Klee

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Victor Vasarely


167.6 x 101.6 x 2.5

313 254 €

Brian Neish


100 x 100 x 4

3 644 €

Zao Wou-Ki


65 x 50 x 1

2 000 €



30 x 30 x 1

200 €
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