Abstract Art

Original Abstract Art Paintings for Sale

Here you will find our collection of unique abstract paintings, no two of which are the same. Each one of our artists brings their own personal style, seeking out different tools, mediums and textures to realise their vision.

Many abstract artists gravitate towards spontaneity; they are driven by instinct and relish the evolution of the work through the active process of painting. As a result, there may be great swathes of colour, lines, shapes, textures and intricate marks made deliberately, conceptually or randomly.

We invite you to browse our collection of abstract art for sale. Please feel free to contact us through our online form or call 01932 223369 if you have any questions or would like more images of our available artworks from UK and international artists.

Buy Abstract Art For The Home

Large, abstract paintings are popular with customers looking to make a statement in their homes. Interior designers, in particular, will draw on a selected piece of abstract art for colour scheme inspiration when designing a space. In addition, many artists will photograph their work in rooms that demonstrate what the piece will look like within the context of a living, functional space. This is becoming increasingly valuable information for customers purchasing art online as it gives you as much information as possible on the piece and how it will fit into your space before purchasing.

Abstract Art for Sale

Abstract art does not attempt to represent an accurate depiction of visual reality. Instead, it uses shapes, colours and forms to capture the spirit or feeling of the subject matter. Strictly speaking, the word abstract means to separate or withdraw something from something else, distancing an idea from objective references.

The very nature of abstract art allows for more creative freedom than many other original art styles. Browse our carefully curated selection of abstract contemporary art online to understand all the intriguing and unexpected places our artists have drawn inspiration from when creating their works.

A Brief History of Abstract Art

Reaching back to the beginnings of the 20th century, the abstract art movement was and continues to be one of the most prominent movements of all. Abstract art draws influence from romanticism, impressionism and expressionism. Subject matters are often unusual, fascinating, and open to personal interpretation by the viewer, making the movement highly accessible, inviting the viewer to form their own interpretations. Abstract artists tend to lean heavily on colour and form as means for expressing emotion, objects, people and places – although the representation will be indirect, perhaps simplified and always abstract.

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