Embed MITRO LUXURY ABSTRACT EXPRESSIONISM ART: As Art Moves From the Past to the Future It Becomes More Simplified as our Lives Becomes More Complicated

Tuesday, August 16, 2016

As Art Moves From the Past to the Future It Becomes More Simplified as our Lives Becomes More Complicated

Almost as if to  calm down racing minds overloaded with such intense technology and little quiet time, futuristic art has become more simple with greater open space on the canvas, fewer lines conveying emotion, and lighter paint almost transparent as if to show ephemeral instead of solid.
To show things must not always be heavy at least while viewing art.
If we look at the first example we see da Vinci masterpiece The Mona Lisa.
It is very dense very elegant very luxurious and even though the emotion portrayed in the painting is calmness and serenity it is a heavy painting to look at.
Our next example a masterpiece by Henri Matisse.
In his painting (I apologize for not knowing the title and being unable to find it) we see how passing years have already started lightening color and line. 
We are seeing openness and airiness in the art with the passing of years, as if as society becomes more complicated, our art becomes less so.
Now finally we see 21 century art by Mitro where lines are kept to an absolute minimum.
Where with only a few brushstrokes this incredibly simplified art is able to convey emotion so eloquently with minimal suggestion by painter.
This canvas is completely open, letting the viewer fill in the painting.
No done deal as earlier painting was.

da Vini da Vinci
Matisse Matisse
Mitro Mitro