Abstract paintings…

There are many great styles of painting out there, arising from a rich art history which has seen movement after movement. The term abstract art is often used a cover term to describe non-representational art – that’s the lack of recognisable subjects. Abstract art was connected to the rise of modernism over the last century, coming into the mainstream with abstract expressionism in post-war art and still continuing to influence artists today.

What brought about the qualities we see in abstract art? The flattening of the artist’s canvas surface is one major quality, as artists moved from a convincing illusionism towards broader-minded thinking. With the invention of photography releasing the artist from painting as an easy way of recording reality, they began seeing the canvas surface as a thing in its right, with the canvas being a single, flat expansive surface. Paint’acted’and affected the flat work surface and began to create its qualities in accordance with how it had been handled. The paint could exhibit’personality ‘, it’d its dimensions and exposed a range of different techniques we see in artwork through the past century. One of many significant reasons artists began painting in a abstract way was the opportunities for greater creativity. It allowed for a better range of expression and the development of ideas of not reliant on representing reality any more.

Abstract paintings are intriguing and personal objects which offer you a glimpse to the artist’s psyche, their values and ideas about the world. Often they’re what the artist really wants to paint and there is generally a personal link with the work. Debatably, there is no less skill used than in a representational painting because most of the painting principles still affect an abstract painting – it still must’work ‘, its forms, colours and composition have to be balanced skillfully etc.

Everything you often find with good abstract painting is a supplementary’quality’an otherworldliness if you prefer, which transcends normal painting and brings¬†tablouri abstracte¬†something unique and special to you. Since there are only non-illusion painterly forms acting at first glance modified by colour, your eye is more conscious of the entire, its surface tension, then parts which make up the whole. Abstract paintings tend to be visually powerful, making full use of qualities of colour, shape, texture and composition to convey their message to the eye.

If you decide on an abstract or semi-abstract painting, it could convey your feelings and is a questionnaire of expression for you. In addition it is an excellent catalyst to assist you think on certain ideas, mull things over and can encourage an atmosphere of optimism. It may make your house feel like a modern sanctuary, a beautiful place which makes you proud, in addition to identifying you with the talents, inspiration and creativity of the artist who made your work.