Lyrical Abstract Art appeared in post-World War II in Europe (France), while in Turkey it was seen after the 1950s, apart from figurative, landscape and geometric abstraction. The aim of the research is to uncover the differences and similarities between European and American Lyric abstract art and the Lyric art and artists that emerged in Turkey after 1950. The importance of the research is to determine the place of Lyric art in art by revealing its status in Europe and America and its place in Turkish Art. This research was done by qualitative research method and the literature was searched and the research was done by looking at articles, dissertations, internet sources, documentary DVDs of Lyric art in America and Europe. European and American Lyric artists and post-1950 Turkish Lyric artists constitute the universe of the research. According to George Mathieu, the fact that a work is not based on any references advises us not to reference it in nature. The lyric (informel) is in competition with Abstract Expressionism in America.; according to Adnan Turani, the work can be worked in a non-figurative manner as well as it can be transferred to lyrical abstraction after abstraction.
Abstract art, Informel Art, Expressionism, Informel abstract, lyrical figurative abstract