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Abstract Canvas Art Depicting Circles 6 piece Twister Abstract Canvas Art 3 piece Yellow Abstract Canvas Art
Circles Galore
Our Price: $299.00
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Twister
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Yellow Abstract
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2 piece abstract Canvas Art - Tones of Red 4 piece Hooked Horse Show Canvas Art Copper Bubbles -  3 piece Canvas Art
Tones of Red
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Hooked Horse Show
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Copper Bubbles
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Dropping Gold 3 piece canvas art Florida Orange one piece Canvas Art Abstract Composure Canvas Art
Dropping Gold
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Florida Orange
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Abstract Composure
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Water Runs Deep - Single Beach Canvas Art Simple Flower Canvas Art Abstract Splatters Canvas Art
Water Runs Deep
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Simple Flower
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Abstract Splatters
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Sale Price: $240.00
The Scream Canvas Art Swallow Swirl Canvas Art White Out Red Canvas Art
The Scream
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Swallow Swirl
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White Out Red
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Take Me Away Canvas Art Crimson Pearl Canvas Art Natural Beauty Canvas Art
Take Me Away
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Crimson Pearl
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Natural Beauty
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Changing Direction Canvas Art Endless Journey Canvas Art On The Edge Canvas Art
Changing Direction
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Endless Journey
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On The Edge
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Sale Price: $159.00
Abstract Red Canvas Art Scarlet feather Canvas Art
Abstract Red
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Scarlet Feather
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Offset Twister
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Sale Price: $335.00
Big Red Canvas Art Creeping Through Canvas Art Silver Path Canvas Art
Big Red
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Creeping Through
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Silver Path
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Sale Price: $248.00
Square Maze Canvas Art Tan Marble Effect Canvas Art Psychedelia Canvas Art
Square Maze
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Tan Marble Effect
Our Price: $399.00
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Psychedelia
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Hypnotique Canvas Art In to the Abyss Canvas Art I Love You Canvas Art
Hypnotique
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In to the Abyss
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Sale Price: $255.00
I Love You
Our Price: $249.00
Sale Price: $189.00
Sophisticated Red Canvas Art Geometric Abstract Canvas Art Abstract Orange Canvas Art
Sophisticated Red
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Sale Price: $235.00
Geometric Abstract
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Abstract Orange
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Cloud Impressions Canvas Art Abstract Grey Canvas Art Abstract Amber Canvas Art
Cloud Impressions
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Sale Price: $259.00
Abstract Grey
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Abstract Amber
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Abstract Amber Canvas Art Abstract Rocket Canvas Art Red Flush Canvas Art
Red Splash
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Sale Price: $305.00
Abstract Rocket
Our Price: $345.00
Sale Price: $265.00
Red Flush
Our Price: $365.00
Sale Price: $305.00
Abstract Gold Canvas Art Abstract Pale Canvas Art Vibrant Splash Canvas Art
Abstract Gold
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Sale Price: $269.00
Abstract Pale
Our Price: $299.00
Sale Price: $249.00
Vibrant Splash
Our Price: $355.00
Sale Price: $305.00
Echoes Canvas Art Tangerine Blush Canvas Art Party Piece Canvas Art
Echoes
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Sale Price: $279.00
Tangerine Blush
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Party Piece
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Different Shades Canvas Art Squares of White Canvas Art Moods Canvas Art
Different Shades
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Sale Price: $259.00
Squares of White
Our Price: $279.00
Sale Price: $249.00
Moods
Our Price: $389.00
Sale Price: $320.00
City Blues Canvas Art Color Burst - Abstract Canvas Art Red Squares on Green - Abstract Canvas Art
City Blues
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Sale Price: $289.00
Color Burst
Our Price: $389.00
Sale Price: $325.00
Red Squares on Green
Our Price: $325.00
Sale Price: $259.00
Perspectives Canvas Art Float Canvas Art Abstract Sublime Canvas Art
Perspectives
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Sale Price: $325.00
Float
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Abstract Sublime
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Abstract Pink Canvas Art 3 piece Cashmere on Copper You Are Getting Sleepy Art
Abstract Pink
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Sale Price: $289.00
Cashmere on Copper
Our Price: $375.00
Sale Price: $239.00
You Are Getting Sleepy
Our Price: $265.00
Sale Price: $244.00
   
 

Abstract Wall Art

In Western art history during the early 20th Century there was a break from the notion that a painting had to represent something. Impressionism, Fauvism, Cubism and other art movements began. Abstract Expressionism, which emerged in the 1940s, it is a category of art in which the artist expresses themselves purely through the use of form, color and texture, nonobjective art, and nonrepresentational art, are loosely related terms, and although similar, they are not identical meaning. Abstract Art is considered to be the first American artistic movement of international importance; the term Abstract was initially used to describe the works of artists such as Willem de Kooning, Jackson Pollock and Arshile Gorky. The abstract art movement can be more or less divided into two areas, firstly Action Painting, practiced by artists such as Pollock, de Kooning and Franz Kline, this style of abstract art illustrated the physical action involved in painting, secondly Color Field Painting, practiced by Mark Rothko and Kenneth Noland, among others, was principally concerned with exploring the effects of pure color on a piece of canvas art.

As Picasso famously said, "there is no such thing as Abstract Canvas Art; everything has to come from somewhere". Abstract Art is a visual 'language' which expresses the world and emotion through simple line and color. Until the beginning of the twentieth century, European Artwork was very much dedicated to the reproduction of visible realities. It was the end of the nineteenth century when Artists began to question that reality, both philosophically and scientifically. This was a time of diversity, new technology and intellectual theories, all of which was reflected within western social culture at the time. The truth of 'reality' for many Artists is that all art is Abstract Art. To reproduce what we perceive to be real can only ever be a verisimilitude of the 'truth'. As Michelangelo wrote in his manuscripts, 'Reality is subject to a 'mortal veil'.

Abstract Art could be related to two other, similar, art forms, which are non-objective and non-representational art. However, Abstract Art is representational. However, the Artist might choose to create a slight, partial or complete abstraction from reality. A partially Abstract Art painting would still bare significant reference to naturalistic forms, although, most often, colors would be 'liberated'. There are many degrees of Abstract Art, between partial and complete Abstraction. For example, Geometric Abstraction is complete; it bares no reference to natural forms. Complete Abstract Canvas Art, however, does have some relation to ancient, even prehistoric art. When geometric forms were symbolic and descriptive in their own right, as well as being decorative. Chinese painting and Calligraphy are perfect examples of how symbolic, geometric forms can be intriguing and interesting visually, without the need to understand them.

By the beginning of the twentieth century, Art and Artists had experienced many significant reforms. Romanticism, the Impressionists, the Post Impressionists, they all contributed to the development of the Abstract Art movement. James Whistler was among the first Artists to experiment with creating visual sensations, rather than literal, visual depictions. Post Impressionist Artists, Paul Cezanne and George Seurat aimed to recreate 'reality' through the logical construction of flat, modulated areas of color, from a singular point of view. Their work would have a huge impact upon twentieth century Art. It was this new form of 'Abstract Art' that was further developed by Braque and Picasso. While Impressionism moved towards, what is now referred to as, Abstract Art, Expressionist Artists were producing bold, intense and colorful works; charged by the personal emotions of the Artist, that is, their perception and reactions towards 'reality'. The emphasis for Expressionists was not on the 'things' which make up our reality, but on our psychological responses to them.

There is no doubt; the work of the Post Impressionists was highly influential with regards to the development of Abstract Art. Artists had revolutionized the world of Art. Pablo Picasso based his 'Cubist' Abstractions upon the ideas of Cezanne, by 'reducing reality' to three main, significant geometric shapes; the cube, sphere and cone. In 1907 Picasso produced a primitive and somewhat tribal scene, known as 'Les Demoiselles d'Avignon', in the new 'Cubist' style. It was he, and Artist Georges Braque who developed another Abstract Art form, 'Analytical Cubism'. Abstract Canvas Art in the twenty first century follows no real 'consensus' of style. More a philosophy which effectively epitomizes the 'anything goes' approach. Abstract Art is used to describe many styles and aesthetic 'temperaments', while buyers and critics are left to judge its merit and importance. Abstract Art seems to follow an ever expanding highway, with a multitude of directions, something, which is highly liberating for both Artists and enthusiasts alike.

Previous distinctions between figurative and Abstract Art has diminished, especially now, in the twenty first century. Abstract Art canvas sets are very decorative, and a highly popular choice for today's discerning buyer. Bold colors and geometric forms sit well in both modern and more classic homes. A huge selection of modern, oil on canvas, partial and complete, Abstractions are available. With virtually no boundaries, Artists are free to produce highly unique Abstract Canvas Art, and buyers are free to choose, with little 'stigma' attached to those choices. More than a hundred years of development now means that we can enjoy an Abstract Art which has never been more diverse, or accessible.

Wall Art: Buy with Confidence.

When we consider that art is about emotion and expression it is no surprise that we can achieve spectacular results with the careful placement of wall art. With wall art you can change the ambiance, mood and style of a room by creating a true reflection of your own personal style.

It is important to remember when choosing wall art that your own style is more important than fashion trends. Pick wall art that suits your personality that suits the purpose for which it was chosen. For example do you want sophistication? Are you trying to create the rustic look? Or do you prefer more traditional? Is it a conversation piece you are after, or a mood calmer? Whatever you desire you can be sure that Arts My Passion will have something to suit.

Our wall art ranges from the modern day contemporary canvas art to the reproduction of traditional oil paintings by the great masters. We can produce custom sizes and custom artworks; our limits are infinite.