Abstract Nature print II
Abstract Nature print III is part of a series composed of three abstract paintings.
In this case, the artist Clarafosca wants to talk about the calm that gives you nature. This connection with the forms she uses that neutralize your nerves, takes presence with the palette of colors she had chosen for this painting.
It is a unique piece of contemporary art that will add a touch of personality to your walls.
Choose canvas size:
Digital pdf file (self-printing) 70x50cm or smaller.
Small canvas A4 21cm x 30cm (8.3 x 11.7 inch).
Medium canvas A3 30cm x 42cm (11.7 x 16.5 inch).
Large canvas A2- 42cm x 60 cm (16.5 x 23.4 inch).
Extra Large 50cm X 70cm (19.6 x 27.5 inch).
Digital file delivery
If you choose the digital file option: The supplied files will include a high-resolution PDF, size 50x70xm. If you’d prefer your files in a different format, please let us know and we’ll happily provide it for you!
Please, if you have any doubt just email us to [email protected] and we’ll be shortly contacting you.
Durable excellent quality wall decor. This professional gallery art canvas provides the colour that will stand the test of time. cartoon portrait, designed for indoor use. Solid wood frame structure and stretched canvas.
Production and shipping
We design your custom artwork quote printed canvas within 24 to 48 hours of order received. Production time it’s between3-5 days and deliveries can take up to 15-25 working days to Australia and 30 days to the USA.
When looking at any work of art, most people’s first question is, “What is it about?” While this is a good place to start in many cases, it won’t get you very far when you see an abstract work, unless you are willing to think more creatively.
A frequent feature of abstract art is that it does not contain common elements. That is, things like flowers, people, landscapes, etc. For that reason, it is necessary to keep in mind that not every interpretation can be made from a realistic approach. For example, for many a Pollock or a Kline transmit movement, while a Kandinsky represents synthesis.
So how to interpret it? The answer is: it depends, since each work has its peculiarities. But to begin with you can ask questions like: What does it transmit to me? What is its context? What pure elements does it use: color, line, texture, etc.? How do I feel? What did I like?, etc. In the following points we will deepen these questions.
It is important to keep in mind that when art is understood as more than a simple, isolated, timeless creation without a context, it is almost certain that everything begins to make sense.