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Qui a vu le loup
Qui a vu le loup
$2,840
Acrylic painting (81 x 65 cm)
Paysage bleu
Paysage bleu
$710
Acrylic painting (58 x 39 cm)
Variation 18
Variation 18
$1,775
Acrylic painting (90 x 70 cm)
Véranda II
Véranda II
$3,195
Acrylic painting (120 x 100 cm)
Nu au fauteuil blanc
Nu au fauteuil blanc
$1,124
Acrylic painting (60 x 73 cm)
Reflets XXIII
Reflets XXIII
$935
Acrylic painting (40 x 40 cm)
La baignade
La baignade
$4,969
Acrylic painting (120 x 95 cm)
Ahoi
Ahoi
$4,733
Acrylic painting (80 x 120 cm)
Chaos technique en mode déconfinement
Chaos technique en mode déconfinement
$710
Acrylic painting (40 x 60 cm)
Blues
Blues
$1,893
Acrylic painting (80 x 80 cm)
19/5
19/5
$2,721
Acrylic painting (89 x 116 cm)
Retrouvailles
Retrouvailles
$2,366
Acrylic painting (100 x 120 cm)
La serre du potager
La serre du potager
$958
Acrylic painting (40 x 80 cm)
L'été était pour toi
new
L'été était pour toi
$1,656
Acrylic painting (60 x 50 cm)
Mystère
Mystère
$1,242
Acrylic painting (100 x 80 cm)
Pigs
Pigs
$7,691
Acrylic painting (250 x 175 cm)
Tendres couleurs sur la Loire
Tendres couleurs sur la Loire
$947
Acrylic painting (80 x 40 cm)
Gnou are you
Gnou are you
$1,775
Acrylic painting (65 x 54 cm)
Without reason
Without reason
$1,420
Acrylic painting (60 x 81 cm)
Les glorieuses
Les glorieuses
$1,183
Acrylic painting (80 x 60 cm)
Love story
Love story
$3,550
Acrylic painting (150 x 100 cm)
Girls only (legalize it)
Girls only (legalize it)
$1,775
Acrylic painting (80 x 80 cm)
Chaos technique opus 2
Chaos technique opus 2
$710
Acrylic painting (40 x 60 cm)
Evasion
Evasion
$4,141
Acrylic painting (100 x 81 cm)
The greenhouse: symphonie
The greenhouse: symphonie
$745
Acrylic painting (54 x 65 cm)
London
London
$1,124
Acrylic painting (90 x 60 cm)
Arbres rouges
Arbres rouges
$1,183
Acrylic painting (60 x 20 cm)
Nu au saule pleureur
Nu au saule pleureur
$414
Acrylic painting (24 x 32 cm)
Tombeau
Tombeau
$1,420
Acrylic painting (46 x 55 cm)
Janis (Illinois)
Janis (Illinois)
$2,130
Acrylic painting (80 x 100 cm)
Métamorphose n°7
Métamorphose n°7
$1,775
Acrylic painting (100 x 100 cm)
La nuit près de la rivière
La nuit près de la rivière
$947
Acrylic painting (66 x 89 cm)
Iridescence I
Iridescence I
$1,775
Acrylic painting (65 x 100 cm)
Jeu de nymphes
Jeu de nymphes
$3,313
Acrylic painting (89 x 116 cm)
Composition n°1206
Composition n°1206
$1,751
Acrylic painting (70 x 100 cm)
Passing through
Passing through
$2,485
Acrylic painting (116 x 73 cm)
Migration
Migration
$4,969
Acrylic painting (146 x 114 cm)
Refuge I
Refuge I
$2,130
Acrylic painting (116 x 89 cm)
187p10052 a-i
187p10052 a-i
$6,744
Acrylic painting (145 x 145 cm)
Liens invisible
Liens invisible
$3,313
Acrylic painting (80 x 80 cm)
Dune-02
Dune-02
$887
Acrylic painting (50 x 50 cm)
Eclosion
Eclosion
$828
Acrylic painting (80 x 80 cm)
If happiness gone away
If happiness gone away
$1,775
Acrylic painting (116 x 89 cm)
L'orangerie du jardin massey
L'orangerie du jardin massey
$1,420
Acrylic painting (80 x 100 cm)
Série Chantal
Série Chantal
$651
Acrylic painting (43 x 50 cm)
Au musée
Au musée
$4,733
Acrylic painting (89 x 130 cm)
Persona
Persona
$1,420
Acrylic painting (46 x 55 cm)
Qui a peur ?
Qui a peur ?
$4,378
Acrylic painting (100 x 100 cm)
Anarchy
Anarchy
$4,141
Acrylic painting (150 x 120 cm)
Lignes de faille (2)
Lignes de faille (2)
$947
Acrylic painting (60 x 73 cm)
White posy 4
White posy 4
$887
Acrylic painting (50 x 50 cm)
Nepenthes
Nepenthes
$1,065
Acrylic painting (80 x 60 cm)
Par delà les nuages
Par delà les nuages
$2,721
Acrylic painting (100 x 100 cm)
La halle marcadieu - détail bleu
La halle marcadieu - détail bleu
$1,136
Acrylic painting (80 x 80 cm)
Opus tramus 1
Opus tramus 1
$3,786
Acrylic painting (121 x 162 cm)
Mer d'outre-mer 4 (dyptique)
Mer d'outre-mer 4 (dyptique)
$2,603
Acrylic painting (146 x 54 cm)
Cinétique 14
Cinétique 14
$828
Acrylic painting (40 x 50 cm)
Vers du dehors 3
Vers du dehors 3
$592
Acrylic painting (42 x 42 cm)
Le soleil pleure
Le soleil pleure
$1,006
Acrylic painting (70 x 100 cm)
Voodoo child
Voodoo child
$1,006
Acrylic painting (80 x 80 cm)

From abstract to figurative and from landscapes to portraits, you will certainly find something to fall in love with among KAZoART’s contemporary acrylic painting collection. Artists have been exploring the immense array of colours acrylic painting has to offer since 1940. Take a look at this technique and it’s colourful heritage!

Famous acrylic paintings and artists

Often associated with pop art, the acrylic painting technique owes a lot to Roy Lichenstein who paved the way with his famous paintings Hopeless (1963) and Big Little Painting (1965). Pop art initially used bright colours, often described as “flashy”, which were popular even at the start of the movement. Andy Warhol also obviously comes to mind, who enjoyed the wide variety and intense pigments that acrylic paint offers, especially for Flowers (1964) or even Marylin Diptych (1962). He was the first artist to associate other techniques with acrylic painting: sketching, oil painting, ink. David Hockney should also be mentioned for his masterpiece A bigger Splash (1967).

Since the 1960s, artists have painted acrylic on canvas, especially for abstract works. Morris Louis was one of the first artists to use Magna paints, in his acrylic painting Alpha-Pi (1960) and Beta-Lambda (1961). Other artists like Barnett Newman, Kenneth Nolan and Larry Poons, who painted Sunnyside Switch (1963), all played an essential role for acrylic painting. Famous abstract expressionists used acrylic painting too, such as Mark Rothko, Robert Motherwell and Helen Frankenthaler, as well surrealists such as Max Ernst and Joan Miro, with Character in front of the sun (1968).

The history of the acrylic technique

As early as the 1900s, a German chemist, Otto Rohm, identified components in order to create “acrylic” paint, designed for industrial use.

In the 1920s-1930s acrylic was used for the first time to paint murals. The famous Mexican mural artist David Siqueiros initiated a training programme on using acrylic for other artists, including Jackson Pollock.

The famous brand Magna seized the mineral market that had given rise to acrylic paint in the 1940s, but this technique still struggled to find its rightful place, as the great masters disregarded it, considering that only oil painting was a worthy technique. Scepticism was replaced by enthusiasm when non-toxic formulas were introduced in the 1960s, which also dried faster.

Artists then discovered the myriad of effects these paints could offer in original acrylic painting. When mixed with water, this paint can be lightened to the transparency of watercolour, used pure, it looks like oil, offering raised texture and the possibility of scraping the surface of the canvas. Associated with other materials: sand, fibres, etc., it is possible to play on the consistency, and is also extremely compatible with other techniques.

Acrylic painting techniques are still very popular among many artists, come and discover new contemporary acrylic paintings on canvas created by our very own KAZoART artists.

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