Milton Avery


Spring Landscape, 1940

His abstract paintings conveys a sense of fantasy, the use of watercolours makes the whole painting look blurred as if the place cannot be identified because the play of green against grey creates a sense of movement on the surface of the painting, which shows a vision of contours and surfaces.

 I really like the artist work because Avery expresses an idea of dream and as if the things we see are just are optical precision, thus giving precise poetic resonance as the structure of the image is at once very lean, very delicate, and yet very firm, with nothing, just in its simple forms.

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