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Modern Abstract Art Paintings Cool For Rooms Decoration

Friday, August 19th, 2016

The reason modern abstract art paintings for rooms decoration become so popular is that abstract paintings not only simple but also can stir our emotions, creatively inspire us, and add a greater level of depth to an entire room simply through the artist’s use of color, shape, and texture. Alongside music, abstract art is among the purest forms of expression, as it allows artists the freedom to communicate feelings and emotions unconstrained by forms found in objective reality.

Abstract paintings may be made using many media, with many artists using acrylics, while others prefer to create abstract oil paintings or abstract watercolor paintings. As a result of the freedom abstract art brings, many contemporary artists are drawn to create non-representational works, and abstract canvas paintings are perpetually in demand by collectors and art lovers around the globe.

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Abstract Oil Paintings The Bargeman

Friday, May 24th, 2013

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The Bargeman was painted by Fernand Leger in 1918. Along with Picasso, Braque, and Gris, Fernand Leger ranks among the foremost Cubist painters. By 1912, he had developed his own adaptation of Cubism. Utilizing pure color, he simplified the forms in his pictures into geometric components of the cone, cube, and sphere, leaving their contours unbroken.

Leger was also fascinated by machines and modern technology. The Bargeman, which shows a boat set against a background dominated by the facades of houses, provided the artist with the opportunity to combine several of his favorite themes: motion, the city, and men at work.

With colorful and overlapping disks, cylinders, cones, and diagonals, Leger presents a syncopated, abstract equivalent of the visual impressions of a man traveling along the Seine through Paris. This painting can be reproduced on canvas by DayDayPaint.com. Original Dimensions: Height: 48.6 cm, Width: 54.3 cm. Other sizes and custom sizes are available, if you are interested, please contact us at email: daydaypaint@gmail.com.

Abstract Paintings The Elephant

Thursday, November 29th, 2012

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The Elephant was painted by Alice Bailly in 1922. This painting can be reproduced on canvas by DayDayPaint.com. Original Dimensions: Height: 86 cm, Width: 100 cm. Other sizes and custom sizes are available, if you are interested, please contact us at email: daydaypaint@gmail.com.

Abstract Paintings The Garden Enclosed

Friday, October 5th, 2012

Abstract Paintings The Garden Enclosed

The Garden Enclosed was painted by David Jones in 1924. After he was received into the Roman Catholic church in 1921, Jones went to live with the artist Eric Gill and his family. The two figures in this picture represent Jones, and Gill’s daughter Petra. The picture was painted to mark their engagement in June 1924, when Petra was not quite eighteen. The title alludes to the Song of Solomon, chapter 4, v.12 ‘A garden inclosed is my sister, my spouse’. buy abstract paintings online

An enclosed garden is also frequently used as a symbol for the virginity of the Virgin Mary. The geese, sacred to the classical goddess Juno and associated with young girls, flee from the embracing couple, alarmed by their passion. The doll on the ground may symbolise lost childhood. This painting can be reproduced on canvas by Daydaypaint.com. Original Dimensions: Height: 35.6 cm, Width: 29.8 cm. Other sizes and custom sizes are available, Please Contact with us by email: daydaypaint@gmail.com.

Abstract Paintings Road near L’Estaque

Tuesday, September 18th, 2012

Abstract Paintings Road near L'Estaque

Road near L’Estaque was painted by Georges Braque in summer 1908. Before Braque began painting the landscape of L’Estaque, in southern France, the town had been a favorite subject for Paul Cézanne, whose 1907 memorial exhibition in Paris had a great impact on the younger artist. This painting makes visible Cézanne’s influence on Braque’s developing later Cubist style.  Abstract Paintings for sale

Braque employs Cézanne’s progressive gradations of color and flattened, inaccessible spaces. As Cézanne often did, Braque left an area of canvas unpainted, in the limb of a tree. Road near L’Estaque looks forward to Cubism in its significantly restricted palette of colors, crowded space, and sharp geometric forms. This painting can be reproduced by Daydaypaint.com. Original Dimensions: Height: 60.3 cm, Width: 50.2 cm. Other sizes and custom sizes are available, Please Contact with us by email: daydaypaint@gmail.com.

Paul Klee Painting Around the Fish

Tuesday, September 18th, 2012

Paul Klee Around the Fish

Around the Fish was painted by Paul Klee in 1926. A garnished platter of fish is surrounded by a constellation of seemingly disparate elements a cross, full and crescent moons, an exclamation point, a forked red flag all hovering against a dark abyss. Some of Klee’s iconography grew out of his teaching; the arrow, which he initially used as a teaching tool to indicate force and emotion for his students at the Bauhaus, here points confrontationally towards a stylized head, possibly alluding to human consciousness. buy abstract paintings online

Although they are often enigmatic, Klee believed his personal hieroglyphs and figurative elements had wider connotations: “The object grows beyond its appearance through our knowledge of its inner being, through the knowledge that the thing is more than its outward aspect suggests.” This painting can be reproduced by Daydaypaint.com. Original Dimensions: Height: 46.7 cm, Width: 63.8 cm. Other sizes and custom sizes are available, Please Contact with us by email: daydaypaint@gmail.com.

Abstract Paintings The Tree

Saturday, September 15th, 2012

Philip Sutton The Tree

The Tree was painted by Philip Sutton in 1958. Philip Sutton paints figures and landscapes. He studied at the Slade School of Art, London, from 1949 to 1953 and was awarded a French State scholarship in 1952. He had his first solo show in London in 1956 and won prizes at the John Moores Liverpool Exhibition in 1957 and 1963.  buy abstract paintings online

In that year he went to live in the Fiji Islands for eleven months with his wife and four small children and since then he has been known for his bright colour harmonies. In the 1950s and 1960s he lived in Snape, near Aldeburgh in Suffolk, and this is where ‘The Tree’ was painted. ‘The Tree’ depicts a fruit tree with its spring blossom in the artist’s garden, and it was first exhibited in 1958 under the title of ‘Spring’. This painting can be reproduced by Daydaypaint.com. Original Dimensions: Height: 137.2 cm, Width: 137.2 cm. Other sizes and custom sizes are available, Please Contact with us by email: daydaypaint@gmail.com.

Abstract Paintings Pisces

Saturday, September 15th, 2012

Abstract Paintings Pisces

Pisces was painted by Man Ray in 1938. Pisces was based on an image from Les Mains libres (Free Hands), a suite of drawings that Man Ray published with poems by Paul Eluard in 1937. ‘In these drawings my hands are dreaming’, he later remarked. The woman lies alongside a fish to create what the artist described as ‘a contrasting of similar and different forms at the same time’.  buy abstract paintings online

Man Ray strengthened the identification of woman and fish by choosing Pisces, the zodiac sign of paired fishes, as the English title. This painting can be reproduced by Daydaypaint.com. Original Dimensions: Height: 60 cm, Width: 73 cm. Other sizes and custom sizes are available, Please Contact with us by email: daydaypaint@gmail.com.

Abstract Paintings The Sleeping Fool

Saturday, September 15th, 2012

Abstract Paintings The Sleeping Fool

The Sleeping Fool was painted by Cecil Collins in 1943. Collins used the character of ‘The Fool’ as an actor in many of his paintings. For him the Fool represented a state of innocence and spiritual purity. In an essay entitled ‘The Vision of the Fool’ Collins explained that he saw the qualities of the Fool as essential to creativity and inspiration: ‘The saint, the artist, and the poet are all one in the Fool, in him they live, in him the poetic imagination of life lives.’  Abstract Paintings for sale

In this painting the Fool and his muse are depicted with their eyes closed in reverie, surrounded by flowers. This painting can be reproduced by Daydaypaint.com. Original Dimensions: Height: 29.8 cm, Width: 40 cm. Other sizes and custom sizes are available, Please Contact with us by email: daydaypaint@gmail.com.

Abstract Paintings The Poet

Friday, September 14th, 2012

Abstract Paintings The Poet

The Poet was painted by Cecil Collins in 1941. In 1940, shortly before he painted The Poet, Collins’s native city of Plymouth was bombed by the German air force. This assault on his home town recalled to Collins a dream that he had had as a child, sometime before the outbreak of World War I. He had dreamed that Plymouth was on fire and the air was dense with falling ashes, which had led to the destruction of his mother’s house and many of his first paintings. His recollection of this nightmare inspired the burning city in the background of this painting, the flames of which stretch out across the horizon.  abstract paintings for sale online

A network of straight red lines links the flames with the tree springing to life and the figure of the poet in the foreground. Despite his efforts to break free, the poet, dressed in a blue robe, is caught in the geometric construction which surrounds him. At the same time he is being blinded by the sun, a force from which he is unable to escape. buy famous abstract paintings online

William Anderson has suggested that ‘The effect of the sun on his face is like the hot fiery coal the seraph laid in Isaiah’s mouth to arouse the spirit of prophecy. The doomed city from which the evil influence of reductionist and cold analytical thought has stretched out to imprison him recalls the kings, the merchants and the shipmasters at the fall of the Babylon of Revelation’ (Anderson, p.170). Collins began writing his essay The Vision of the Fool in 1942. This painting can be reproduced by Daydaypaint.com. Original Dimensions: Height: 76 cm, Width: 50.6 cm. Other sizes and custom sizes are available, Please Contact with us by email: daydaypaint@gmail.com.