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Collection: Vague painting

Vague painting

Let yourself be carried away by the waves of color and movement in our collection of wave paintings . These nature -inspired artworks will instantly transport you to white sandy beaches , crystal clear waters and breathtaking landscapes . Whether you're dreaming of a tropical trip or a mountain getaway, these paintings will captivate your mind and feed your thirst for adventure.

Each of these paintings is unique, created by talented artists who have captured the infinite nuances of nature in their works. Waves, clouds and skies combine to create breathtaking compositions that will have you dreaming of escaping for a moment of peace and tranquility .

Add these paintings to your interior decoration to create a soothing and inspiring atmosphere in your home . They will be a constant reminder of your travel dreams and remind you to take time to get away regularly, even if it's just in your mind.

Why have a vague painting? 🌊

On board! Let's break into the Art of Waves

I, sea wolf, pirate of the word, am not going to fool you. We have all wanted one day to trade in our old parrot for a work of art. And what could be better than these sublime Wave paintings from the Mer Aux Trésors collection? They offer you an ocean of sensations, without even having to leave your living room. You can almost hear the sound of the waves crashing against the reefs, feel the salt spray on your face... No more talking, let's get on board!

The call of the sea: Waves, but on varnished wood

Admit it, it’s tempting, isn’t it? It is more than just a vague painting, it is an invitation to contemplation, an ode to adventure. It's almost a sin not to have such a masterpiece hanging above the fireplace, like a treasure map. No need for a compass to get lost in the beauty of colors, shades and textures. You will feel like Christopher Columbus discovering a new world.

The painting that whispers in the ears of sailors

Art does not speak, but it tells stories. And these vague paintings are as if they are whispering to you stories of legendary pirates and enigmatic mermaids. Every look, every minute spent in front of it, is a story that is written. You could even feel the shivers of the captain who, in the midst of sinking, cast his last glance towards the raging wave.

Helm to starboard! Or how to impress your guests

Imagine the scene: you receive guests, they enter and then, BAM! A vague picture. They are impressed, you are delighted. You serve them a good old rum from your private collection while telling them the story of your acquisition. That's what it means to be a true modern sea dog.

In conclusion, be the Captain of your decoration

Don't wait any longer, take your courage in both hands and hoist the sails of your decoration towards the vague painting from the Mer Aux Trésors collection. Whether you are a seasoned privateer, a novice buccaneer or simply a lover of the sea, this painting will transport you to the ocean of your dreams. Because, after all, why should we only dream of waves when we sleep?

The history of vague paintings 🌊

Navigate through time and discover the fascinating history of vague paintings. From paintings of sailors from centuries past to contemporary works inspired by nature, these paintings have captured the moving essence of the ocean . Embark aboard our boat for a journey through the history of art and discover how artists were able to capture the power and majesty of the waves in their works.

Vague paintings have been painted for centuries, but it was in the 19th century that they truly began to be appreciated for their aesthetic. Marine painters like JMW Turner, Winslow Homer, and John Singer Sargent captured waves in scenes of storms and shipwrecks. While impressionist artists like Claude Monet paid homage to the light and changing colors of the ocean.

During the 20th century, vague paintings evolved to become more abstract , reflecting the influence of art movements such as Cubism and Abstract Expressionism . Contemporary artists continue to explore waves as subject matter, creating works that capture the imagination and inspire reverie.

Vague paintings have spanned the centuries, inspiring artists across generations, and continue to fascinate art lovers around the world. Owning a vague painting means having a piece of art history at home, but it also means having a unique work of art that will remind you of your dreams of travel and freedom .

Waves in Japanese art

he waves have also been a favorite subject for Japanese artists. Japanese culture celebrates waves as symbols of power and strength, often associated with deities such as wave dragons. Japanese artists have captured the waves in prints, ink paintings and woodblock prints, creating unique works that celebrate the beauty of the ocean.

Waves in the art of indigenous peoples

Indigenous peoples of Oceania and North America celebrated waves in their traditional art. Wave patterns were used to represent the forces of nature and the spirits of the ocean. The works of these indigenous people can be found in stone carvings, shell paintings, and natural fiber weaving.

Waves in modern art

Contemporary artists continue to draw inspiration from waves in their art. Modern works can be abstract or realistic, using varied techniques to capture the changing nuances of the ocean. Artists use modern mediums such as photography, video and installations to explore themes of the sea.

Waves in photography

Photography made it possible to capture the waves in a unique way. Photographers have captured the waves throughout the centuries, creating striking images that capture the power and majesty of the ocean. Photographs of waves can be found in travel magazines, art books and photography exhibitions.

Waves in literature

Waves have also inspired writers throughout the centuries. Poets, novelists and short story writers have used waves as a metaphor to explore themes such as freedom, power and change. Literary works that deal with waves can be found in poetry anthologies, novels, and short story collections.

The different types of vague tables 🌊

Embark on a journey through the waves of art and discover the different types of vague paintings that have captivated artists throughout the centuries. From the realism of marine painters to the abstract forms of contemporary artists, these works of art are windows opening onto the incessant movements of the ocean.

Let yourself be carried away by the colors and shapes of these paintings, and imagine yourself on a fine sand beach, contemplating the infinite horizon and listening to the sound of the waves. Prepare yourself for a journey through the history of art, discovering the different types of vague paintings.

Marine paintings

Marine paintings were the first to capture the power and majesty of waves. Marine painters of the 18th and 19th centuries painted scenes of storms, shipwrecks, and ships at sea, highlighting the importance of the ocean in the lives of sailors. Paintings from this era will instantly transport you aboard a ship, in the middle of the storm, feeling the swells and hearing the roar of the waves.

Impressionism and the sea

Impressionist artists were also inspired by the sea. They captured the changing shades of light and colors of the ocean in their paintings. The works of this era will take you on a journey through the beaches of Normandy, the changing skies of the Mediterranean, or the foaming waves of the Atlantic Ocean.

Abstract vague paintings

Abstract wave paintings will take you on a more personal journey through the waves. The shapes and colors of these works will transport you into a world of undulating shapes, changing colors, where you can let yourself be carried away by your imagination and your emotions

Contemporary vague paintings

Contemporary wave paintings will take you on a journey through different techniques and artistic styles. You will be able to discover works that play with textures, materials, colors, to create unique worlds that will transport you through the waves of the ocean.

Waves in different cultures

Waves have inspired artists across cultures, from Japan to Oceania to the indigenous peoples of North America. The works of these cultures will take you on a journey through the different interpretations of waves, through the different beliefs and myths that surround these movements of the ocean.

The most famous vague paintings 🌊

Wave paintings are famous works of art that were painted by artists such as Jackson Pollock, Mark Rothko and Barnett Newman. These paintings are characterized by abstract shapes and bright colors that create a feeling of movement and depth. Vague paintings are often associated with Abstract Expressionism, an art movement that emerged in the United States in the 1940s and 1950s. They have been very influential in modern art and continue to inspire many artists today .

Paintings by Jackson Pollock

Jackson Pollock's paintings are considered one of the most iconic examples of the "drip" technique, which involves dropping or throwing paint onto the canvas. These artworks are characterized by abstract lines and shapes that appear to move across the canvas, creating a sense of depth and movement. Pollock's paintings have been highly influential in American abstract art and continue to be considered masterpieces of abstract expressionism.

Paintings by Mark Rothko

Mark Rothko's paintings are also considered iconic examples of abstract expressionism. Rothko's works are characterized by brightly colored rectangles that appear to float on the canvas, creating a sense of depth and movement. The colors Rothko used were often saturated and contrasting, which added to the dramatic effect of his paintings. Rothko's paintings were very influential in American abstract art and continue to inspire many artists today.

Barnett Newman's paintings

Barnett Newman's paintings are also considered iconic examples of abstract expressionism. Newman's works are characterized by simple geometric shapes, such as vertical stripes, which are painted on monochrome backgrounds. Newman believed that these simple geometric shapes could represent universal ideas such as life, death and spirituality. Newman's paintings have been very influential in American abstract art and continue to inspire many artists today.

Paintings by Willem de Kooning

The paintings of Willem de Kooning are also considered important examples of Abstract Expressionism. De Kooning's works are often characterized by abstract shapes that appear to move across the canvas, creating a sense of depth and movement. The colors de Kooning used were often saturated and contrasting, which added to the dramatic effect of his paintings

List of paintings with a wave 🌊

  • “The Great Wave off Kanagawa” by Hokusai
  • “Atlantic Wave” by William Turner
  • “The Wave” by Claude Monet
  • “Waves at Mount Fuji” by Hokusai
  • “The Great Wave” by Katsushika Hokusai
  • “The Wave” by John Everett Millais
  • “The Wave” by Winslow Homer
  • “The Great Wave off Kanagawa” by Katsushika Hokusai
  • “The Wave” by Odilon Redon
  • “The Wave” by Gustave Courbet