Abstract Print for Sale

Sonnets de Louise Labé, André Masson

Sonnets de Louise Labé

André Masson

Print - 65 x 50 cm


Aalborg, Pierre Alechinsky


Pierre Alechinsky

Print - 84 x 56 cm


Untitled, Yaacov Agam


Yaacov Agam

Print - 58 x 75.2 x 1 cm


Les Oiseleurs I, Joan Miró

Les Oiseleurs I

Joan Miró

Print - 55.5 x 37.5 cm


LSD - Lucy in the sky with diamonds, JonOne

LSD - Lucy in the sky with diamonds


Print - 75 x 75 x 0.1 cm


Peintre agenouillé avec des spectateurs, Pablo Picasso

Peintre agenouillé avec des spectateurs

Pablo Picasso

Print - 50 x 65 cm


Le pays total, Georges Braque

Le pays total

Georges Braque

Print - 26 x 37 cm


Albi, Alexander Calder


Alexander Calder

Print - 82 x 61.5 x 0.5 cm


Sonnet VII, Antoni Tapies

Sonnet VII

Antoni Tapies

Print - 38 x 28 cm


Letter R, Rafael Alberti

Letter R

Rafael Alberti

Print - 64 x 48 x 0.2 cm


Rawflax, L'Atlas



Print - 60 x 60 x 0.05 cm


Le plus beau mur de mon royaume, Max Ernst

Le plus beau mur de mon royaume

Max Ernst

Print - 66.5 x 52 cm


La Tristesse du Roi, Henri Matisse

La Tristesse du Roi

Henri Matisse

Print - 34 x 48 x 0.2 cm


Chromadyna micap #4, Felipe Pantone

Chromadyna micap #4

Felipe Pantone

Print - 75.5 x 55.5 x 1 cm


Black Print, Simon Rohlen (KEF!)

Black Print

Simon Rohlen (KEF!)

Print - 71.1 x 50.8 x 0.6 cm


Bólidos, Ana Pérez Pereda


Ana Pérez Pereda

Print - 85 x 61 x 1 cm


Sans-titre, Jean Miotte


Jean Miotte

Print - 23.5 x 18.5 cm


Les roses, Patrick Marie

Les roses

Patrick Marie

Print - 49 x 49 x 0.1 cm


Sans Titre, Zao Wou-Ki

Sans Titre

Zao Wou-Ki

Print - 29 x 22 cm


Empresses: Suiko H10-4, Damien Hirst

Empresses: Suiko H10-4

Damien Hirst

Print - 100 x 100 x 1 cm


Authentique, Zenoy



Print - 75 x 75 x 0.1 cm


Violin E Minor, Dadodu

Violin E Minor


Print - 80 x 80 x 0.1 cm


Concept #113, Petr Strnad

Concept #113

Petr Strnad

Print - 50 x 33.3 x 0.1 cm


Abstract Composition, Carmelo Cappello

Abstract Composition

Carmelo Cappello

Print - 49 x 49 x 0.2 cm


Good Morning (Mélange) (7), Walasse Ting

Good Morning (Mélange) (7)

Walasse Ting

Print - 59 x 89 cm


Rosul negori, Bertrand Dorny

Rosul negori

Bertrand Dorny

Print - 75.5 x 56 cm


Abaissé, Eduardo Arroyo


Eduardo Arroyo

Print - 40 x 30 cm


Vallée, Anna-Eva Bergman


Anna-Eva Bergman

Print - 51.5 x 64.5 x 0.1 cm


Vague, Najia Mehadji


Najia Mehadji

Print - 100 x 100 x 2 cm


G16, Hans Hartung


Hans Hartung

Print - 65 x 50 cm


Iceberge, Shu-E



Print - 70 x 50 x 0.01 cm


Explosifs, Peter Klasen


Peter Klasen

Print - 38 x 28 x 0.1 cm


Sans-titre, Olivier Debré


Olivier Debré

Print - 24 x 31 cm


To Create And Destroy, Cleon Peterson

To Create And Destroy

Cleon Peterson

Print - 92 x 114 x 0.1 cm

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Insomnia III, Vasil Angelov

Insomnia III

Vasil Angelov

Print - 100 x 70 x 0.2 cm


TV_1, Kamen Startchev


Kamen Startchev

Print - 40 x 90 x 0.2 cm


On the metaphysics of the homo faber, Miguel Villarino

On the metaphysics of the homo faber

Miguel Villarino

Print - 75 x 88 cm


Rose des vents, Sonia Delaunay

Rose des vents

Sonia Delaunay

Print - 73.5 x 56 cm


Journal d'un fou, André Lanskoy

Journal d'un fou

André Lanskoy

Print - 95 x 65 cm


La racine grise, Fernand Léger

La racine grise

Fernand Léger

Print - 63.5 x 74.5 cm


L’impératrice, Anmarie Léon


Anmarie Léon

Print - 100 x 100 x 2 cm


Cimentiri Mari (Cimetière marin), Quim Corominas

Cimentiri Mari (Cimetière marin)

Quim Corominas

Print - 65.3 x 49.5 x 0.1 cm


Garden of possibilities III (1), G.W. Bot

Garden of possibilities III (1)

G.W. Bot

Print - 52 x 92 cm


1956-75, François Morellet


François Morellet

Print - 69 x 69 x 1 cm


Sans titre, Bram van Velde

Sans titre

Bram van Velde

Print - 51 x 44 cm


Eau-Forte XLI, Pierre Soulages

Eau-Forte XLI

Pierre Soulages

Print - 40.8 x 32.5 x 1 cm


Composition trois éléments Full edges, Pierre Muckensturm

Composition trois éléments Full edges

Pierre Muckensturm

Print - 76 x 168 x 0.5 cm


Tea towel, Alke Schmidt

Tea towel

Alke Schmidt

Print - 81 x 61 x 1 cm


Sans titre, Stefan De Jaeger

Sans titre

Stefan De Jaeger

Print - 70 x 50 cm


Pour Jorn, Wifredo Lam

Pour Jorn

Wifredo Lam

Print - 75 x 54 cm


Triptico, Ronaldo De Juan


Ronaldo De Juan

Print - 56 x 76 cm


Untitled, Piotre



Print - 50 x 50 x 1 cm


Cachés, Arman



Print - 32 x 25 x 0.2 cm


Echoes, Add Fuel


Add Fuel

Print - 70 x 50 x 0.1 cm


Château situationniste, Roberto Matta

Château situationniste

Roberto Matta

Print - 54 x 75 cm


Pour Jorn, Karel Appel

Pour Jorn

Karel Appel

Print - 75 x 54 cm


Pony, Futura 2000


Futura 2000

Print - 35 x 61 cm


Chillin, Lemon



Print - 42 x 29.7 x 0.3 cm


Sans titre 4, Gérard Garouste

Sans titre 4

Gérard Garouste

Print - 65 x 40 x 0.1 cm


Quatre chansons pour un château de Puisaye, Carl-Henning Pedersen

Quatre chansons pour un château de Puisaye

Carl-Henning Pedersen

Print - 40 x 28 x 0.2 cm


L-13-005, Lausen



Print - 40 x 56 x 0.03 cm


Composition, Jaume Plensa


Jaume Plensa

Print - 80.5 x 43.5 x 0.02 cm


Untitled abstract composition, Cícero Dias

Untitled abstract composition

Cícero Dias

Print - 64 x 49 x 0.05 cm


ID Forme 20, Luc Lapraye

ID Forme 20

Luc Lapraye

Print - 20 x 30 x 0.5 cm


Orilla IV, Santiago Serrano

Orilla IV

Santiago Serrano

Print - 90 x 63 x 1 cm


Astarté, Jean-Michel Atlan


Jean-Michel Atlan

Print - 65.5 x 45.5 cm


Naufrage, McClane



Print - 70 x 50 cm


Sans Titre, Chufy

Sans Titre


Print - 65 x 50 x 1 cm


Sursaturation, Bernar Venet


Bernar Venet

Print - 23.7 x 17 cm


Mystery portrait in Barcelona -1, Fritz Scholder

Mystery portrait in Barcelona -1

Fritz Scholder

Print - 75.9 x 55.9 x 0.1 cm


Impression de paysage #1, Fabien Yvon

Impression de paysage #1

Fabien Yvon

Print - 20 x 30 x 1 cm


A new archeology opus 74377, Geert Lemmers

A new archeology opus 74377

Geert Lemmers

Print - 81.3 x 81.3 x 2.5 cm


Medea, Paolo Camaeti


Paolo Camaeti

Print - 150 x 100 x 0.5 cm


Sitka, Peter Alexander


Peter Alexander

Print - 56 x 76 x 0.1 cm


Monje frente al mar, Víctor Mira

Monje frente al mar

Víctor Mira

Print - 85 x 61 x 1 cm


Follente Bemil V, Anton Lamazares

Follente Bemil V

Anton Lamazares

Print - 70 x 70 x 1 cm


Untitled, Joan Mitchell


Joan Mitchell

Print - 43.8 x 35.6 x 0.5 cm


Secciones II, Blanca Muñoz

Secciones II

Blanca Muñoz

Print - 60 x 80 x 1 cm


Induction Chromatique a Double Fréquence RGB, Carlos Cruz-Diez

Induction Chromatique a Double Fréquence RGB

Carlos Cruz-Diez

Print - 59.7 x 59.7 x 2.5 cm


Tutti Bonheur, Sophie Petetin

Tutti Bonheur

Sophie Petetin

Print - 40 x 40 x 2 cm


Bianchi e Neri II (Acetates), Alberto Burri

Bianchi e Neri II (Acetates)

Alberto Burri

Print - 48 x 64 x 0.2 cm


Le Triptyque, Guy de Rougemont

Le Triptyque

Guy de Rougemont

Print - 65 x 50 cm


Whirlpool, Krishna Reddy


Krishna Reddy

Print - 38.1 x 50.8 x 0.1 cm


Costruzione TH9, Luigi Veronesi

Costruzione TH9

Luigi Veronesi

Print - 130 x 160 x 0.1 cm


Brothers, Rabab Tantawy


Rabab Tantawy

Print - 50 x 50 x 3 cm


Untitled (green), Graham Sutherland

Untitled (green)

Graham Sutherland

Print - 111 x 118 x 0.1 cm


Spacious 8, Marie-F Turner

Spacious 8

Marie-F Turner

Print - 60 x 60 cm


Abstract Print for Sale

It's impossible attribute a precise date to the birth of abstract art. Art critics tend to situate the start of the movement in the 1910s and tend to see Wassily Kandinsky's “Picture with a circle" or “Abstract watercolour" as the works that announced the birth of abstract art. Although it is hard to know whether this work was truly the first abstract painting, Kandinsky was undeniably one of the founders of the movement.

However, it is important not to forget that there were many other important artists working at around the same time as Kandinsky and who also created key non-figurative works. These include Piet Mondrian, François Kupka and Kazimir Malevich. The couple Sonia and Robert Delaunay also had a fundamental impact on the development of abstraction. Mesmerised by the bright colours and circular shapes in their compositions, the French poet Apollinaire christened their art Orphism.

Even if abstract art can be seen as a revolution in terms of the artistic traditions that came before it, the movement can also be interpreted as the inevitable and logical result of the work and thinking of preceding artists. Certain experts believe that abstract art can be traced back to Monet and Whistler, who highlighted the importance of visually representing feelings and emotions rather than figurative objects. Fauvism contributed to our understanding of the power of colour, whilst Cubists pushed figurative art to its limits by playing around with geometric shapes and forms.

In a similar way, it seems illogical to give abstract art a single definition as the movement itself is so complex. The one thing that all abstract artists have in common is that they believe reality is subjective. They don't paint subjects, objects or people but focus on emotions, feelings or esthetics using shapes, colours and brush strokes to convey their message.

Geometric and lyrical abstract art are both forms of abstraction in is purest form. There is no clear subject matter or if the artist was inspired by a particular object, person or scene we can't tell without additional information. There can be different degrees of abstraction. For example, some forms of figurative art may be partially abstract if they distort the reality they represent. It is important not to underestimate the role that historical context has played in the development of emerging art movements. Abstract art has known two golden ages; the first between the two World Wars, just before the Great Depression, and the second between 1947 and 1970. Why? In short, human suffering. When artists no longer know how to represent the horrors of warfare and convey the suffering that society has endured, they must innovate, look for new techniques and call upon the subjective memories of survivors. In the words of Adorno, “writing poetry after Auschwitz is barbaric".

Abstract art reached its peak between 1950 and 1970 in New York thanks to abstract expressionist artists such as Mark Rothko, Jackson Pollock and Willem de Kooning. Although this might be the movement that comes to mind when thinking of abstract art, there are many other movements related to non-figurative art, including Surrealism, Fauvism, Cubism, Bauhaus and Futurism.

With the advent of new technology, new art movements have emerged in the 21st century. Abstraction continues to be important to several of these movements. Many painters and sculptors still continue to create pure abstract art, such as Anish Kapoor, Ben Berlow and Christian Rosa. Abstract art has not disappeared; it has merely evolved and continues to adapt to its society.

Artsper has a wide range of abstract prints from many well known contemporary and modern artists, including Zao Wou-Ki, Pablo Picasso,Victor Vasarely and Joan Miro, as well as a selection from emerging artists.

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What is abstract print and how is it created?

Abstract print is a design that features non-representational shapes, lines, and colors. It is created by using various techniques such as painting, drawing, or digital manipulation. The final product is a unique and visually appealing pattern that can be used in fashion, home decor, and other design applications.

What are some popular uses for abstract print in fashion and home decor?

Abstract prints are versatile and can be used in various ways in fashion and home decor. In fashion, they are popular for creating bold statement pieces like dresses, tops, and scarves. In home decor, abstract prints are used for creating eye-catching wall art, throw pillows, and bedding. They add a touch of modernity and sophistication to any space.

How can I incorporate abstract print into my wardrobe or living space without it being overwhelming?

To incorporate abstract print into your wardrobe or living space without it being overwhelming, start with small accents like throw pillows or scarves. Gradually add more pieces, but keep the color palette cohesive. In your wardrobe, pair abstract prints with solid colors to balance the look.