Objective Abstraction

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A term used to describe the work of various British artists in the 1930s, including William Coldstream, Ivon Hitchens, Victor Pasmore, Rodrigo Moynihan, and Graham Bell, who experimented with depicting natural objects in such a way that they were transformed into lyrical patterns of coloured shapes.

Subjects: Art.

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