Paintings by Arthur Hills – The End of Fear
In this collection The End of Fear, painter Arthur Hills focuses on the history of abstract art and its impact on modern society. With an impeccable attention to color and shape, this exhibition at the Saatchi Gallery in London reminds us that there is still a place for the visual in our world. Painting takes on new meanings and can communicate far more than words ever could, and as such, this exhibition is a must-see for all who love to see the world in its true colors.
In the first section of The End of Fear, we meet the works of Vincent van Gogh, one of the most famous and influential artists of the modern era. While his style was far from mainstream, it certainly was among the most beautiful. In the same gallery, you will also find works by Gauguin, whom many considered to be the preeminent French artist of the early period. Then in the second section you will find Robert Rauschenberg, who was a member of the “Furist” group of New York art creators. The work he did here bears considerable similarity to that of Van Gogh, but there is also enough individuality about his style to make it all his own. Finally, in the third section of the exhibition itself, we find the work of Paul Durand-Ruel, another very famous French impressionist.
All that is left for us to do after that is to decide which of these paintings we like best. There are plenty of books and websites available that can help you with this. The most important thing is not to get lost in the shuffle of the many options that are available for viewing here. Instead, take your time and think about which particular painting you like the most, and then begin to research from there.