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Abstractionism is a trend in art that was born in the first decade of the 20th century. In addition to earlier Cubism (whose most famous representative was Pablo Picasso), it was a revolutionary artistic direction that rejected any connection with nature and reality, striving to expose the pure form and present the artist's abstract ideas. The precursor of abstraction is considered to be the Russian painter Wassily Kandinsky, who in 1912 published a manifesto on the revolutionary painting art, drawing primarily on the spiritual experience of the artist himself. Abstractionism was extremely popular in Russia, the Netherlands, France and - in later decades - in the USA (thanks to Jackson Pollock). Abstract images are characterized by a multitude and randomness of colors, lines and shapes. The paintings rarely see concrete elements (objects, buildings, characters) as we know them from the real world. Due to the fact that abstract works require a lot of commitment on the part of the recipient, they are not mass works that are liked by the majority. Contact with abstract art requires a specific kind of sensitivity and openness to the sense that the artist wanted to show. Abstractions, images and forms of expression are unlimited. Some may seem very thoughtful, others completely accidental (and in fact it often happens). Artists often vent their emotions by pouring them directly onto the canvas. It is these loads of emotions that the recipient can directly perceive from abstract images, without interference from the form. Abstract art is increasingly found in modern interiors as an unobtrusive form of artistic expression. Images are unsaid and not always easy to interpret and obvious. It is a current in which painting intertwines with the artist's emotions very clearly and literally. Abstractionism also fits well in public spaces: offices, lofts, halls and lobbies. Large images with complex content but a strong uniform emotional color give character to this space and complement well with the overall interior design. Abstract paintings, of course, not only transfer their energy to the recipient in color and color - although they are certainly dominant elements. However, you cannot forget about the structure of the applied paint and impastas or lumps that arise from colored spots and colored flares. Abstracts paintings on canvas are painted with both oil and acrylic paints. The latter often give much more vivid colors and deeper contrasts. Oil technique, in turn, allows a bit more streaking on canvases and gives abstract art a more mysterious and not fully understood character. We encourage you to browse our collection of abstract paintings. In our gallery you will find paintings in both small formats and very large dimensions. Colors and a multitude of forms of expression will satisfy even the souls most in need of complementation. Abstract paintings are available for sale. The online photo gallery exhaustively presents the characteristics of individual works. Therefore, we encourage you to become interested in the offer of paintings from this trend. We wish you many inspiring choices.
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