Discover abstract paintings for sale online today. Showcasing art from some of the most exciting abstract painters across the world, our extensive collection is ever-evolving with vibrant and powerful pieces. Browse today to find the perfect abstract painting for you, with a variety of styles and subjects available. Not sure where to start? Explore our popular acrylic, oil or watercolour abstract paintings.…
Abstract paintings and the pursuit of abstract art emerged towards the beginning of the 20th century. With the developments of avant-garde art movements, abstract art was born out of a desire to approach art in a non-figurative and non-objective manner. Rejecting realist representation and the traditions of realist painting, abstract painting has since endured as one of the most prominent and influential styles in modern art.
Abstract art is manifested in so many other different styles, it spans from Cubism, to Minimalism, to everything in between. Today, abstract paintings stand amongst some of the most famous artworks in the world. From Rothko’s iconic colour field paintings and Pollock’s vast Abstract Expressionist pieces, to Mondrian’s geometric abstract works, abstract art offers painters, makers and artists an open-ended sense of freedom. Browse through our collection and discover the sheer depth of style, scale, colour and brushwork our abstract artists work across.
A good place to start exploring is with the work of Luca Brandi. Luca's vast monochrome paintings are uniquely expressive and reflective. His bold compositions and decisive brushwork contain a photographic quality, instilling a nostalgic feel to his paintings. Take me somewhere we can be alone VII is one of the many trademark textured abstract paintings by the artist. Luca overlays varying warm tones with swathes of black ink-like acrylic, making for a striking yet intriguing abstract painting. Luca exposes the possibility that working in black and white holds, and in his work he hones in on the power of abstract mark-making.
Victoria Achache, on the other hand, focuses on colour and the interaction of colour throughout her abstract paintings. The seemingly arbitrary placement of colour works in harmony with the figurative elements of her work, creating mood in each of her paintings. At times, the abstract and the figurative collide and in Cumulus, Victoria shows a dramatic pairing of abstract colour and space from which mysterious figures seem to emerge. Victoria captures an element of capriciousness and spontaneity in each of her pieces, attesting to the unpredictable imaginative depths of abstract art.