Since the advent of abstract art, the word “figurative” has been applied to any form of modern art that retains strong references to the real world. However, the term “abstract” is sometimes used interchangeably with non-representational and non-objective art, that is, art that is not derived from figures or objects.
Modern Abstract Figurative Art differs from modern realism in that it employs contemporary idioms, whereas modern realists work in styles that predate post-impressionism (more or less). Indeed, modern figurative art is nearly identical to the general current of expressionism that can be traced throughout the twentieth century and beyond.
The fundamental premise of abstraction, which is also a key issue in aesthetics, is that the formal qualities of a painting (or sculpture) are just as important (if not more so) than its representational qualities.
Abraham Dayan creates his linguistic writing system based on new geometric architectures. As a result, his work transcends Picasso’s or Braque’s cubism vision. Some works span the entire history of humankind. Worlds collide with one another. Worlds in which he is accompanied by his men or women. The cartesian axis is redefined in these worlds. Ideal bisectors draw the story’s outlines, giving it a well-defined structure. Each character in Dayan’s painting tells his own story.
We are confronted with what Goffman defines as “scene” and “slide” in his book The Staging of Everyday Life. My paintings primarily convey new creations, feelings, special creativity, and the beauty of the world filled with colors for the viewer to imagine and comprehend love. Many Custom Canvas Paintings are now on display in prestigious art galleries around the world, as well as being featured in numerous art publications. Besides, I am a full-fledged Canvas Oil Painting Artist, and my works are captivating. So take a look at my creations, which I think will engross you.
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