Naïve Art - Art Prints, Paintings & Posters
Naïve Art - History, Artists and ArtworksNaïve Art, also known as primitive art, is a form of art that is characterized by its childlike simplicity and lack of formal training. It is often associated with self-taught or amateur artists who create works that are honest, unpretentious, and unconcerned with traditional art conventions. Naïve artists often create works that are inspired by their immediate surroundings and personal experiences, rather than by art history or academic techniques. Their works can be colorful, whimsical, and expressive, and may incorporate elements of folk art, surrealism, and abstraction. Some of the key features of Naïve art include its use of bright colors, simple shapes, and a lack of perspective. It is used in a variety of media, including painting, drawing, and sculpture. Naïve art has been embraced by a variety of art movements throughout the centuries, including the Fauvists, the Surrealists, and the Pop artists. Its emphasis on authenticity and individual expression continues to influence contemporary art today.
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