Raw Color Scheme and Various Pattern in Tudor’s Painting

In the “age of anxiety” surrounding the Second World War and the years of free jazz and Beat poetry, artists like Pollock, Rothko and de Kooning broke from accepted conventions to unleash a new confidence in painting.
Often monumental in scale, their works are at times intense, spontaneous and deeply expressive.

At others they are more contemplative, presenting large fields of colour that border on the sublime. These radical creations redefined the nature of painting, and were intended not simply to be admired from a distance but as two-way encounters between artist and viewer.
It was a watershed moment in the evolution of 20th-century art, yet, remarkably, there has been no major survey of the movement since 1959.
Today abstract expressionism still present for artist to be a method or way be making art. Composition, color, and shape is really flourishing in abstract expressionism way, even texture and technique exploration. One of new comer and show his capacity in exhibition is Tudor Titzoiu. His painting common with raw vivid colors, naive composition like kid’s drawing and pattern exploration in contrast scheme color. Landscape, and human silhouette it’s base idea in his pattern, we can feel familiar with his color and pattern, like kid’s doodling but in high effort and high taste.
Source: Bored Panda, The Royal Academy of Arts

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