Posted in: Walls & Surfaces | Abstract Photography
Tags: abstract realism | expressionism | minimalism | geometric | textures | horizontal format
This photograph is a close-up of large black tapes holding together a shattered window. A passerby told me the window looked like a painting from Franz Kline, the famous painter associated with the abstract expressionism movement in the 1940s and 1950s. He was right. The tapes generate bold lines that are reminiscent of the large, quick, and rudimentary black brush strokes typical of Kline’s spontaneous and intense style. Buy this photograph to express vitality or to add a strong impact in your contemporary or modern decor. (July 2014)
Signed and Unsigned Wall Art Prints
Can be ordered as limited single edition prints or as unsigned photo prints.
Interior decor art consultants and curators are welcome to contact me to discuss this artwork’s reproduction license, customization, or special application.