Abstract landscape paintings are both abstract and landscape. This method of painting can involve a great deal of creative expression, either by altering the scenario that exists in real life or by creating an imaginary scenario. This was the main concern of Paul Cézanne, whose paintings reflected the artist's idea that any subject represented, including landscape, is based on the simplicity of different geometric shapes. The focus on basic geometric shapes shaped the production of abstract landscape art, which focused on simplification, the fusion of science and mathematics, and sometimes even a decorative view of the painted surface.
In this small painting, inspired by the volcanic forces of the earth, the brushstroke is so bold and it is directly affirmed that it becomes an aesthetic force that rises to a higher status than the implicit landscape. Throughout its history, the different roles played by landscape art show us the mystery and explain the charm of the genre. Landscape was an established genre in Chinese art in the 4th century AD, but in Western paintings, this school of painting doesn't really begin until after the era of Renaissance art in the 16th century. Countless artists since then, including the abstract expressionist Frankenthaler, have captured the landscape not in a literal resemblance, but in its forms, colors, effects or the subjective experience to which it gives rise.
Before Impressionism burst onto the scene with an interest in the change of light and the disappearance of the atmosphere, landscape paintings served the service of the most traditional roles. The investigation of changing light and depictions of outdoor themes that influenced Impressionist artists was a fruitful period for the development of landscape art. The freedom that was explored and the break with traditional rules of landscape art represent the importance of abstract landscape art as an indicator of major developments in art history that are still reflected in a variety of contemporary works of art that focus on continuing the exploration of the genre. The previous article only touched lightly on the two key developments that helped achieve the abstract views explored in landscape paintings.
Let's take a look at the brief history of abstract landscape with a focus on the most progressive ideas that helped make this genre what it is today. However, it was due to the progressive spirit of the great artist of post-impressionism, Paul Cézanne and Georges Seurat, that landscape art was further introduced into the arena of abstraction. Often, color plays the most important role, and some of the examples of the geometric landscape are minimized to the maximum monochrome aspect, where the play is only between colors, surfaces, where the painted surface is sometimes a decorative pattern or ornamentation, and there is the touch of a landscape in the title of the paintings. Ever since I started painting Western landscapes in oil, I haven't been satisfied with my developed style.