Sunday, June 23, 2019

A Brief Introduction to Hyperrealism Abstract Oil Painting

    A Brief Introduction to Hyperrealism Abstract Oil Painting
To say whether hyperrealism is meaningful or not, we first know how it came into being. For more than 500 years since the Renaissance, Western painters have been trying to portray the world as truly as possible through scientific analysis. In this period, perspective, anatomy, color and so on began to appear. The paintings of this period can be found to be realistic. For example, we are all familiar with Leonardo Da Vinci and other painters, who study a lot of knowledge, observe and depict everything carefully and truly. Let's take a look at "Abstract Oil Painting Introduction".
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Abstract Landscape Painting, Contemporary Painting

From then on, realistic painting flourished until the emergence of photography in the first half of the 19th century. From then on, realistic painting flourished until the emergence of photography in the first half of the 19th century. After the emergence of photography, most of us look at painting with the same attitude as the landlord - what if the painting is real? We have cameras. Later, modern art schools showed a brilliant trend. Impressionism, Cubism, Expressionism and Fauvism took turns to appear. Each school had its own unique artistic form and ideas. In this process, although the content of each school is different, there are common points that deny the traditional art form, emphasize the expression of subjective feelings, abandon the description of the objective world, and form the transformation from concrete to abstract.
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The next thing we can imagine is that because of the prevailing abstract art in the United States, a feeling of resistance to the monopoly of abstract art arises. So some artists began to create super realistic paintings, hoping to break the situation of abstract unification. There are three main reasons for their resistance. First, in the 1960s, influenced by the artistic form at that time, artists had an impetuous mentality of eager for quick success and instant benefit. Behind the works full of personal subjective feelings, the artist's personal spiritual height has not been improved, but began to go on the perfunctory road. Second, the popularity of abstractionism makes the art of painting gradually away from the masses, ordinary people can not understand the meaning of these abstract works at the same time can not appreciate, hyperrealism hope to let the masses re-recognize the charm of painting. The third point is to hope that the technical performance of painting will be valued again. The so-called art can not be separated from skilled technology. Popular point of view is that the paintings did not reflect too much technical, so many people now see those masterpieces mistakenly think that children in kindergartens can also paint - although the artist's skills are very exquisite, but can not be reflected. Hyperrealism embodies the skill of painting and photography. Skilled technology should be supported by diligent study and hard practice, and can not be opportunistic.

In the 1930s, two landscape painters from Britain first became professional painters in Australia. One was J. Glover, who settled with his family in 1831. His paintings are mainly idyllic, fresh and innovative in spirit to promote Australian artists to modern society. Another painter, C. Martens, arrived in Sydney in 1835 and became one of the best and most productive painters of the time. He is an admirer of J.M.W. Tyner, who depicts the sunshine and atmosphere in Australian scenery with a romantic temperament. S.T. Gail's popular lithography records the rich and colorful life of gold-diggers. Cartoons also developed, and the Sydney Bulletin became the home of some famous cartoonists in the late 19th century. However, it is the oil painter who embodies the Australian national character most fully in the visual arts, and the influence of the pre-Raphaelists appeared in the 1970s.
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Around 1900, painters who made great contributions to the establishment of the Australian School of Painting often went abroad, mainly to London and Paris. When they returned home, they became the driving force for the production of modern art. Influenced by the New Art Movement, the decorative art at home has formed the characteristics of decorative patterns combining local animals and plants. In the 1950s, a more general trend was abstract painting, which mainly influenced modern painters who returned home after studying in Europe and held an exhibition of French contemporary art in Australia in 1953. By the 1960s, Australian avant-garde art began to harmonize with American trends. Artists returning from visits to the United States have contributed to this tendency. Abstract painting mainly shows three types: hard edge art, visual art and gamut. www.qiqiart.com Offers Best Handmade Large Abstract Painting On Canvas. Cheap Extra Large Modern Abstract Canvas Wall Art for Sale Free Shipping.