Abstract Landscape


“My pictures are full of climates, abstract climates. They're not nature per se, but a feeling.” —Helen Frankenthaler

For many artists, even the purest abstraction is derived from nature—indeed, to invent the first non-objective painting in 1913, Wassily Kandinsky channeled his love of nature as an experience of color. Countless artists since, Abstract Expressionist Frankenthaler included, have captured the landscape not in a literal likeness, but rather in its forms, colors, effects, or the subjective experience it gives rise to.

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