As art, it looks early 20th century, doesn't it? (Click to enlarge.) Some forgotten acolyte of Mondrian, perhaps, who never made it as a modernist because he couldn't let go of earth tones.
This one is in a bottomland southwest of Toowoomba, Queensland. Bottomlands in general are a feast for the abstract-loving eye, as they are the only landscapes without much trace of a watercourse. Amid these vigorous patches and stripes, the roads are reduced to gossamer, while the dotting of farmstead buildings, each with its little drive from the nearest road, jostles the eye pleasantly, like an intentional imperfection that reveals the purity of the rest.
(Previous Google Abstract post, and manifesto, here.)