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Hilma af Klint

Swedish artist

b.
1862
1944

Hilma af Klint (1862-1944) was a Swedish pioneer in abstract art. She is known for creating a series of paintings called the "Paintings for the Temple," produced in the early 20th century before the advent of abstract art as it is commonly understood. Himla af Klint was a member of a group of artists known as "The Five," who were interested in spiritualism and theosophy. Klint's Midjourney generations are beautiful geometrical abstractions mixed with semi-realistic subjects (if lucky :)). Elegant bright colors, fine lines and play with symmetry are the principal features in generations with Hilma af Klint's name in prompts.

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Illustrative, Pastel, Abstract

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