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Western Painting – Post-Painterly Abstraction: the Painters and Their Classic Masterpieces

Post-Painterly Abstraction – The Concept Western American Painting done in 1950s was also called as Post-Painterly Abstraction. ‘Post-Painterly Abstraction’ is a popular term, the famous art critic Clement Greenberg created, as a fitting title for an art exhibition in the year 1964. The associated painters exploited the physical openness of design, in coherence with ‘unmodulated’ […]

Wildlife Art – Its History and Development

Some of the earliest of all known art (pre-historic cave and rock art) features wildlife art. However, it might be more properly regarded as art about food, rather than art about wildlife as such.Then for a lot of the rest of the history of art in the western world, art depicting wildlife was mostly absent, […]

Western Painting Style – Hard-Edge – Precisely Classic and Unique

Western Painting Style – Hard-Edge – Precisely Classic and Unique Hard-edge Art Style – The Concept Hard-edge painting is a word, coined to describe the ‘Abstract Art’ of geometric orientation. The style lays stress on the depiction of indefinite shapes in vivid colors. It is a style of painting, involving precision and clarity. Crisp demarcations […]

Wildlife Art Across The World

There are numerous different types of art, modern, realist, photographic, nevertheless the common objective of all art is to represent the way in which the artist, views as well as feels the picture that he is painting. Specifically with wildlife art, there are many artists whose work has nearly photographic in quality, this design of […]