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What is art?
Artists create art. They may draw, paint or make sculptures. The subject of their art usually falls into one of four categories:
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- representations of objects such as a bowl of fruit.
Still-life with Skull, 1895-1900, Paul Cézanne
© The Barnes Foundation, Merion, Pennsylvania, USA
- representations of a person.
Mona Lisa, 1503-6, Leonardo Da Vinci
© Louvre, Paris
- representations of a natural or environmental scene.
Autumn in Bavaria, 1908, Wassily Kandinsky
© DACS / Pompidou, Paris
- the use of colour and form in a non-representational or subjective way.
Contra Compositie, 1924, Theo van Doesburg
© Prof. Aldo van Eyck
Last Modified on June 2, 2008
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