Rise and Fall of Figurative Paintings

What Is Figurative Art?

The realistic representation of the world on canvases has been one of the aspirations of artists for years. The art form that dealt with realistic human representation and the surrounding world was called mimesis in ancient times, and today it is called figurative art. Thus, figurative art is a type of art that, particularly with the human figure, has a strong connection with the real world.

Since the arrival of abstract art, the word ‘figurative art’/’Figurative Paintings‘ has been widely used to refer to works of artists who have preserved elements and characteristics of the real world as their subject matter. The word, figurative art, also applies, in retrospect, to all art that was created before abstract art.

Figurative Art in the Early Twentieth Century

In Abstract Expressionism, the absence of figuration is archetypal of the post-war era, when the place of social realism was battered by aversion to leftist politics, and world war shook humanism at the heart of the Expressionist form.

Abraham Dayan is one of the Best Figurative Painters conveying the message of new creation, emotion and beauty of the world filled with creativity and colors.

Why Abraham Dayan?

Among the best figurative painters who are exceedingly proficient in neo-figurative abstract paintings, Abraham Dayan is one such global contemporary artist. Most of his masterpieces basically pass on a new creation, emotions, great imaginativeness, and the world’s grandeur packed with colours to make the spectator visualise and appreciate the love. For more details please visit http://abrahamdayan.net/

Published by Artist Abraham Dayan

Whether you are looking for New Figurative Painting Artist or Contemporary International Artists, Abraham Dayan is a perfectionist artist who perfectly masters his discipline.

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