The research is concerned with the study of the aesthetics of the shape in abstract expressionist drawings by studying and analysing models that bear the aesthetic and structural characteristics of the form in the drawings of a group of abstract expressionist artists. Art creations throughout the ages have aesthetic characteristics as subjects of sense and taste, as well as realities related to life and man, since art in all its times has not been merely an aesthetic pleasure but has its function in real existence. The form was not active in abstract expressionism, which varied from case to case. This difference in the formation of the image of the shape is dealt with according to level to level. From one artist to another, intellectual illusions do the work of aesthetic values carried on the shape as an image, and show these pictorial units that establish designs that reflect the act of visual attraction in which the recipient is.
El Mahdy, Elham Hussien; Shaker, Shaima Abdul Aziz; and Salem, Amira Nabil Sobhy Ahmed
"Abstract expressionist art and aesthetics of formlessness to create a printed textile design for women's clothing,"
International Design Journal: Vol. 11
, Article 12.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/faa-design/vol11/iss1/12