art that was produced in the late 1860s through the 1970s and that rejected traditionally accepted forms and emphasized individual experimentation and sensibility.

a genre of the fine arts created from the mid-19th century which strayed from traditional techniques and styles

Jackson Pollock and Piet Mondrian were especially important to modern art.


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