Bronze Baronet of the Realm
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The latter two are pretty clearly nice impressionist pieces. I don't think anyone will argue against them.The only thing I understand about art is that I like what I like. I can walk past 99 paintings over the course of a year and not notice or care. But then 1 makes me stop and stare, usually I don't really know why I like what I like.
It does usually seem to be textural for some reason. Even if its really nothing, which isn't much far off from Jackson Pollock crap. Stuff like this makes me stop and stare.
the first two are aesthetically pleasing. Earlier someone mentioned not being able to tell the "Art" from the wallpaper. the flaw in that is suggesting wallpaper isn't art itself.
Helvetica is the finest piece of art in the modern world. Form and function can meet in art. And sometimes the simple purpose of art is to look good, and be pleasing to the eye.
The first two do that just fine. the high contrast rainbow of the first one. And the dizzying texture of the second one, which is practical an oil paint version of an optical illusion. it forces your eye to move constantly over it. their purpose presumably is to be visually stimulating. The issues is cost and if anyone is trying to assert more to the story then that very simple purpose.
Size of the canvas matters in materials, and work. but would you pay more then 1000$ for those first two?