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Styles of Abstract Landscape Paintings Abstract landscape paintings draw on nature to bring out conceptual ideas and play on feeling as much as form. Abstract landscapes may be nonrepresentational pieces with fine detail in their brushstrokes, or they might be minimal, even gestural creations evoking a feeling, thought, or a memory associated with a landscape. Black and white abstract landscapes can add a minimal element to a scene, allowing the viewer to access the painting in a different way than a realist piece would. Subjects in Abstract Landscape Paintings Landscapes draw from nature and show the beauty and variety of natural scenery in paintings. Abstract landscapes take that variety and distill it to a conceptual indication of a natural landscape. Abstract deserts may comment on the resilience of life and the wonder of nature in a starkly beautiful environment. Abstract beach paintings are great fodder for viewers’ own memories and interpretations of coastal scenes. Trees and forests are common features across continents, and abstract trees may represent grounded, rooted life and longevity. Materials Used in Abstract Landscape Paintings With the versatility of the abstract style, abstract landscape paintings can be created in any medium. Large canvases evoking expansive vistas are common, with mountain, forest or seascape scenes rendered in acrylic or oil. Acrylic abstract landscapes can be beautifully layered and use textural elements. Abstract landscape paintings in watercolor follow the loose, flowing quality of watercolors to create symbolic natural features. Famous Artists of Abstract Landscape Paintings Famous abstract landscape paintings evolved out of the experimental work of pre-Impressionism. Paul Cézanne created non-realist landscapes in the 19th century, his work encouraging Expressionists like Vincent van Gogh to heighten emotion over realistic representation. Modern painters experiment with geometric shapes, colors and non-realistic elements to create abstract landscapes. Cubist and Pop artist David Hockney creates minimal, yet whimsical landscapes. Etel Adnan relies on geometric forms to anchor her colorful abstract landscapes. Perhaps the most conceptual of these modern artists is Richard Diebenkorn, whose colorful abstract landscapes evoke natural scenery while allowing a viewer to interpret his paintings in their own way.