Milky Way Gallery Artworks by Style: Naive Art

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Naive Art Style

Naive art is often characterized by a fresh, delineated, innocent, unaffected, natural simplicity in its subject matter and technique, lacking conventional expertise in representational skills. Colours are unnaturally bright, perspective non-scientific, and the vision childlike or literal-minded. While many naive artists appear from their works to lack formal art training, this is often not the case. Naive art has an awkward relationship to the formal qualities of painting, especially in non-respect of the three rules of perspective: diminishing of size, contrast and detail with distance.

Naive Art Painters

Edward Hicks, Henri Rousseau, André Bauchant, Beryl Cook, L. S. Lowry.
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