Biomorphic

Term used to describe much 1950s and later glass that has no regular or conventional form, but resembles shapes that occur in Nature
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Biomorphic

In painting and sculpture biomorphic forms or images are ones that, while abstract, nevertheless refer to, or evoke, living forms such as plants and the human body. The term comes from combining the Greek words bios, meaning life, and morphe, meaning form. Biomorphic seems to have come into use around the 1930s to describe the imagery in the more a
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biomorphic

biomorphic 1. A reference to a decorative form representing a living object. 2. A life form often used in primitive art.
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