Figurative Painting. Representation

You are a practical person, both feet on the ground – and you view fine arts the same way, from a pragmatic perspective. A good painting for you is the one you enjoy, the one that is visually appealing and would look good in your dining room. You want to admire a painting rather than look for some hidden meaning that might not even be there in the first place. And once you have to wonder whether an artist can draw at all, or whether he has finished pre-school, you will step away and nobody can convince you that you are actually looking at a piece of art of any value.

So, the first thing we established is that you prefer figurative paintings – those where objects bear resemblance to the real things, those reflecting the reality as we see it. Abstract art has nothing to do with your personality, and understanding Pablo Picasso, Marc Chagall, Wassily Kandinsky and Jackson Pollock is not something you want to pursue.

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