Abstractionism French Oil on Canvas Painting with Black Frame


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We kindly suggest you read the whole description, because with it we try to give you detailed technical and historical information to guarantee the authenticity of our objects. Painting painted in oil on canvas; it was made in France between 1968 and 1974 with a mixed technique of brush and spatula; it has a thin and elegant black wooden frame; the author used traditional brushes for a first draft giving shape to the whole drawing with a game of expert and lose wrist, with sure and decisive brushstrokes; the composition, in this case, is not a pure exercise of virtuosity, in fact, the author communicates to us his intimate essence by manifesting it through the language of colors and shapes; the artist then finished his work with the technique of spatula painting, named after the protagonist instrument, distributing some colors in a dense and consistent manner, making the painting take on a special body and depth. The artist's painting style is inspired by Abstractionism; abstract art is that which does not represent reality, but creates images that express concepts through the combination of shapes, colors, and lines; abstractionism increasingly simplifies the image, to the point of making it unrecognizable, entrusting individual colors with meanings that can no longer be read without explanation, clearly stating that art should not imitate reality. The work under consideration is inspired by Lyrical Abstractionism which leaves ample room for the artist's imagination and personal universe. Our painting has no title and appears as a series of blobs of color expressing the inner feeling of the artist who unleashes his imagination without constraint or convention. Abstractism was born in 1910, when Russian painter Wassily Kandinsky painted a watercolor, considered the first abstract work in art history (it is preserved at the Centre Pompidou in Paris). The work has no title and appears as a series of blobs of color expressing the generic feeling of lightness and movement. Abstractionism is one of the major trends established in 20th-century painting and sculpture. It is a type of art that does not depict recognizable scenes or objects but instead consists of shapes and colors chosen for pure expressive value. In a more or less pronounced way, abstract expression was not only a visual revolution but a step taken by artists toward a better world. The idea of having a mission to fulfill, the foundation of abstractionism, was a unique feature compared to other avant-garde movements. The painting is signed but we are unable to give information about the author, however, we confirm its extraordinary aesthetic and engaging liveliness, a work that with its joyful freshness and high decorative effect lends itself to easily decorating any room in the house. The painting is in excellent condition. Measures width cm.88, height cm.60, depth cm.3, interior measures width cm.84, height cm.56. For all our shipments we use special packaging materials (wooden crates, styrofoam, etc.) for maximum protection and safety of the objects.

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20th century (1900-1999)
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Dimensions (cm):
60H x 88W x 3D
Dimensions (inch):
23,62H x 34,65W x 1,18D
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Wood, Canvas
Good; Wear consistent with age and use. The painting is in excellent condition.
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