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History of Abstract Art Abstract art is a form of art in which an object or form is developed in a simplified manner or in an exaggerated manner. Abstract art is one of the great forms of art design that attracts a variety of people and art lovers. This art form has long been developed with a significant history of various popular artists. Abstract landscape art, 3D abstract art and fantasy abstract art are the most popular types of abstract art. The three major forms of abstract art are cubism, neoplasticism and abstract expressionism. Several artists are credited with the basis of abstract art. Among the artists were the most famous cubs Pablo Picasso and Georges. Piet Mondrian's work is one of the best examples of neoplasticism. Mark Rothko and Jackson Pollock are excellent examples of abstract expressionism. The history of abstract art includes more than 20,000 artists along with their interesting art backgrounds. Images and in-depth information of these artists are available in their biographies. History says that abstract form of art design was developed in the early 1900s. Neo-plasticism (1920-1940), abstract expressionism (1940-1955), concept art, modern realism, photorealism and hyperrealism (1960-1975) and neo-expressionism (1970-1990) are some of the major stages of development in the history of abstract art. Postmodernism is a stage that began around 1975, and is still considered very well known in abstract art form. Ancient history reveals the truth that abstract art had been used in decorations for textiles and ceramics, even in abstract patterns from the early 20th century. In the twentieth century, abstract art was generally accepted. The first original abstract art form was developed by Wassily Kandinsky in 1910. In 1912 he wrote a theory based on abstract art called On the Spiritual in Art. This theory stated that divorced art should be based on spiritual real, and not just the things we usually see as the visual world.