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YDS READING PASSAGES / TEST 3 22. Soru

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22.

-8. AN EXAMPLE OF ABSTRACT ART

'Intention', by Paul Klee, does not draw upon recognisable subject matter. It is a picture of a thought process. Klee has given us an idea of what an intention might be composed of. Slightly to the left of the centre is a simplified outline of a body and in the head at the top is a single eye. A large number of forms surround it, signifying the thoughts which might go to make up an intention. Many are easily distinguished — a tree, an animal, several figures. Others are vague, and the simple forms might be interpreted in many ways. Some of these are shown by themselves, but some are joined to other forms. The background is a clear brick, red on one side, and on the other side, it is dull green. Perhaps the painter is saying that some thoughts are sharp and clearly remembered; others are dim and vague.

According to the passage, those looking at Paul Klee's 'Intention' ------ .



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