The selection of paintings intends to explore the abstract and minimal vocabulary used in the details. The corpus of artworks reflects on a visual landscape in the paintings of Georgia O'Keeffe, Agnes Martin, and Hilma af Klint. The intention is to provide a visual context in which the viewer can explore the vocabulary that it is intrinsic to abstract and minimal paintings. It is also expected to provide a common ground between the artists and reflect on the artistic vein that was so strong in their artistic and creative work. It is important to emphasize the concept of landscape, as a metaphor in which the viewer can comprehend the commonalities as a whole, and see them as a way to explore art history through the visual vocabulary.