Monday, May 04th, 2009 | Author:


manish1Art manifests itself in many attractive forms and none of them more appealing than abstract art. This form of art has its own incomparable beauty and that’s precisely the reason, it’s popular as well as difficult to produce with normal frequency. One of the main features of this art form is it can have many interpretations. We all interpret abstract painting in our own way and all of them are justified. Creating abstract painting is no mean task and it requires talent, class and heightened sensitivity. If one has a poetic bend of mind then that further adds to the overall class of the work.


Contemporary abstract art works are hugely popular all across the world. India is not lagging behind in this aspect. Abstract art in India has kept on scaling new heights in recent years. The buyers of art works have also shown increasing interest in the abstract paintings. In fact, all the countries are witnessing a gradual increase in sales figure of abstract works. From India’s point of view, abstract artists have slowly started to gain prominence in the world of rat. The less numbers of artists enjoy exclusivity. Indian artists have made quite a fan following for themselves in developed parts of the world.


The core of abstract art is its being non-objective. It’s not related to anything or anyone. It has its own uniqueness and it does not look like any other work. In other words, abstract art has no recognizable subject and yet everyone will have different interpretations. More than the subject matter, the theme and color hold the center stage in abstract art.


Worldwide, the legends of abstract art boast of names like, Arthur Dove, Piet Mondrian, Robert Delaunay, Wassily Kandinsky and Balla etc. The famous Indian abstract painters include, Raza, Gaitonde and Swaminathan to name a few, whereas in recent times artists like Kishor Sinde, Manish Pushkale, Sujata Bajaj etc have made a name for themselves.


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