Modern Art and Dutch Artist Piet Mondrian’s Modern Movement: Cubism, World War I Impacting Art, Abstract Art, French Artist Marcel Duchamp and American Artist Andy Warhol’s Understanding of Modern Art, Cave Painting Throughout Human History, and Artwork Within Everyday Objects

Modern art began the task of wiping the slate clean at the beginning of the 20th century. Casting aside the antiquated rules of the human figure and form, the drama of nature, and the endless abundance of stories, both sacred and profane. Modernist art uses only what is necessary and intrinsic to art; line, form, and color. The Dutch painter Piet Mondrian started the modern movement, making modern art his life’s pursuit. Mondrian felt that copying the world as it were was not true art, as he wan...

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