Top 100 Abstract Painters
Here's a summary of selected abstract musicians and artists that have made an important share toward advancement and improvement non-representational art.
English painter whoever avant-garde expressionism resulted in abstraction.
American painter, noted for semi-abstract tonal paintings.
Their still lifes and surroundings are noticed as important prototypes for abstraction.
Paul Serusier (1864-1927)
Commander of Les Nabis, affected by Gauguin.
Among very first pioneers of geometric abstraction.
Georges Vantongerloo (1866-1965)
Belgian person in De Stijl, noted for his Elementarist artwork.
One of many pioneer colour-related abstract painters.
Used Cubist techniques to imply spiritual experience.
Czech artist, "color symphonist", influenced by Futurism & Orphism.
Italian Futurist artist, interested in modern tools & action.
Geometric painter, member of De Stijl motion, inventor of Neo-Plasticism.
Bart Van Der Leck (1876-1958)
Utrecht artist/designer, certainly one of founders of De Stijl.
One of several great early American modernists.
A pioneer geometric abstractionist, inventor of Suprematism.
Louis Marcoussis (1878-1941)
Polish-French colourful Cubist artist, created Ludwig Markus.
Swiss dream musician.
French artist with private income; Cubist, Dadaist, Surrealist.
Co-founder of Der Blaue Reiter. His animal pictures verge on abstraction.
Patrick Henry Bruce (1880-1937)
Buddy of Delaunay, from the Synchromists form of abstraction.
Arthur Dove (1880-1946)
Painter/illustrator. Their 1912 solamente program was first showing of abstract art in United States.
German-born artist, essential pioneer of abstract expressionist artwork.
Well-known for his very early abstract Cubist/Futurist artwork.
Cubist painter, co-writer of Du Cubisme, 1st guide on Cubism.
Revolutionary French artist, noted for their "Tubism" & geometric abstraction.
Co-inventor of Rayonism, established at Target Exhibition, Moscow, 1913.
Larionov's spouse, co-founder of Rayonism (Luchism).
Co-founder of Cubism. Virtuoso painter, master of abstract sculpture.
Commander of British Vorticism activity.
Auguste Herbin (1882-1960)
French artist, a Bateau-Lavoir neighbour of Picasso.
Co-founder of analytical and synthetic Cubism; inventor of collage.
Considered by many art professionals become the very first Irish Cubist.
Chief of Dutch De Stijl team, inventor of term 'concrete art'.
Morgan Russell (1883-1953)
United states painter active in Paris, co-founder of Synchromism.
Motivated by analytical Cubism; published Du Cubisme with Albert Gleizes.
Gino Severini (1883-1966)