Abstract art used to be controversial. On one hand, the artists stopped painting delicate figures but attempted to adopt special techniques to give people different visual impacts. On the other hand, their works, including sculptures carved out of marble or fragile clay, were all with a specific aim of showing feelings. Some conventional scholars who were allergic to abstract art said it was evidently ridiculous and neither art nor geometry. Their Traditional Art Committee predicted its soon disappearing.

But nowadays, abstract art has become part of the permanent possessions of contemporary civilization. Galleries along the Madison Avenue give scores of superb exhibitions on typical abstract works, appealing to many who have a preference for abstract art. The Shadow of Egypt, a café in this district, has become the home to those aggressive abstract artists. Consequently, it is not a coincidence for you to meet one of these artists of great reputation in the flesh. They are asked for signatures and given bunches of fragrant flowers plus they are given a great deal of praise by their faithful fans.

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Surrealism is vastly superior to abstract art.

Quality Surrealist art 

Abstract Garbage- hard to even describe as art.

I think the abstract art expresses the author's mind at this moment.Sometimes the works are hard to understand,but there are still a lot of good works.

Abstract art can be beautiful:

can be an abstract representation of physical objects:

can be poignant:

and can be stunning.

I like the works, they are very exquiste

It's also in many cases traditional.

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