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Abstract Painting Course

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"Explore Boundless Creativity Through Abstract Expression"

level 1

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🎨 Level 1: Introduction to Abstract Painting In Level 1 of our Abstract Painting Course, students will embark on a creative journey into the fascinating world of abstract art.

This first level is designed for beginners and those with little to no prior experience in abstract painting. Students will explore the basics of abstract expression, including color theory, composition, and the use of various materials.

They will learn to embrace spontaneity and experiment with different techniques to create non-representational artwork. Level 1 provides a strong foundation for students to understand the fundamentals of abstract art and begin their exploration of this unique and expressive form.

level 2

Certificate on assessment by LAPT, UK

🎨 Level 2: Intermediate Abstract Painting Level 2 of our Abstract Painting Course is tailored for students who have completed Level 1 or possess some prior experience in abstract art. In this level, students will delve deeper into the world of abstract painting, focusing on refining their skills and expanding their artistic vocabulary.

They will explore advanced techniques for creating texture, layering, and adding depth to their abstract compositions. Level 2 also introduces students to different styles and approaches within abstract art, encouraging them to develop their own artistic voice.

By the end of Level 2, students will have created more complex and evocative abstract artworks.


Certificate on assessment by LAPT, UK

🎨 Advanced Level: Mastery of Abstract Painting The Advanced Level of our Abstract Painting Course is designed for experienced artists seeking to master the art of abstraction. This level represents the culmination of skills and knowledge acquired in Levels 1 and 2.

Students will work on ambitious abstract projects, refine their technique, and engage in critical discussions about their work and contemporary abstract art trends.

Advanced topics such as conceptual abstraction, series development, and the exploration of personal symbolism will be explored. Students will be encouraged to create a portfolio of their best work and develop a distinct artistic identity as abstract painters.

By the end of the Advanced Level, students will be well-prepared to pursue a professional career in abstract art or continue their artistic journey at an advanced level of expertise.

Abstract Painting Course


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LAPT Ltd (London Academy of Professional Training) is incorporated in 2003 by the registrar of companies for England and Wales, (company number 4984798) under the Companies’ Act 1985. LAPT Ltd is a skill assessment body having its Exam available in 180 countries on the Pearson VUE testing centre network.

The Qualifications awarded by LAPT are based on its Exams and assessments. LAPT Qualifications partners with training providers globally. LAPT is a network of trainers, assessors and placement consultants helping accredited training academies in delivering global qualification locally.

LAPT Ltd also operates an association of assessors under the name LACE Board (London Academy Certification and Examination Board. It is a membership body. Authors, examiners, assessors and professional trainers are the member of LACE Board.

Abstract Painting Course

Explore the art of painting with with the most versatile medium of Acrylic. Whether you’re improving your technique or starting from scratch, this course will help you paint with confidence. Students will explore a variety of painting approaches, and develop their technical and conceptual skills, while realizing their own unique vision. The Painting Certificate is designed for adults who are interested in exploring the tools and traditions of painting while experimenting with new methods, materials, and concepts.

Learn how to manipulate your paints to stunning effect, get hints and tips on working and re-working your paintings as they dry, and discover painting techniques that will add a stunning depth, light and character to your work.

Here are some general tips for creating abstract paintings:

  1. Start with a general idea or concept for your painting. This could be something as simple as a color scheme or a specific emotion you want to convey.
  2. Experiment with different materials and techniques. This might include using different types of paint (e.g. acrylic, oil, watercolor), applying paint with different tools (e.g. brushes, palette knives, sponges), or layering and building up texture with collage elements or other mixed media.
  3. Don't worry too much about making everything perfect. Abstract paintings are meant to be loose and expressive, so embrace the freedom to experiment and make mistakes.
  4. Use composition to your advantage. Consider the placement and balance of different elements in your painting, such as color, shape, and line.
  5. Keep an open mind and be willing to make changes as you go. Abstract paintings often evolve as you work on them, so be prepared to make adjustments and try new things.

I hope these tips are helpful as you begin your abstract painting journey!


The course can be completed in 3 Levels:

Level 1 | Level 2 | Advanced Level

In level 1, you will start from the basics and step up to learn (24 Sessions) a wider range of forms. 08 Self Artworks should be submitted for evaluation and assessment.

In Level 2, you will move on to advanced level learning (24 Sessions in Level 1 + 12 Sessions in Level 2) and create some wonderful artworks. 12 Self Artworks should be submitted for evaluation and assessment.

Advanced Level: Those who are looking at higher level learning (24 Sessions in Level 1 + 12 Sessions in Level 2 + 12 Sessions in Advanced Level) with additional focus in related genres and very advanced level artworks, can opt for Advanced Level. 15 Self Artworks should be submitted for evaluation and assessment.

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  • Certificate of Completion by Konsult


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12950 36 SESSIONS
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  • Certificate in Fine Arts by LAPT, UK
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  • Advanced Certificate in Fine Arts by LAPT, UK



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  • Instalment: Time of Admission: $78 | Second Month: $60
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  • Certificate of Completion by Konsult


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$ 183 36 SESSIONS
  • instalment: Time of Admission: $112 | Second Month: $75
  • Certificate in Fine Arts by LAPT, UK
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$ 226 48 SESSIONS
  • instalment: Time of Admission: Rs. $112 | Monthly Instalments: $75 * 2 Months
  • Registration: $7 (online)
  • Advanced Certificate in Fine Arts by LAPT, UK

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Please Note: E Books cost Rs.245 (India) per book / $4 per book (International) | Konsult Assessment and Certification Fee: e-copy: Rs.300/- / $5 (International) | Hard Copy: Rs. 600/- (Courier Charges at actuals) / $9 (International) | LAPT, UK Certification Fee:  Rs.3000/- / $42 (International) (Courier Charges at actuals for Hard Copy)

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World’s most expensive Abstract Paintings

Here are some of the most expensive abstract paintings ever sold at auction:

  1. “Number 17A” by Jackson Pollock – $200 million
  2. “Interchange” by Willem de Kooning – $300 million
  3. “Untitled” by Barnett Newman – $105 million
  4. “Black, White, and Gray” by Ellsworth Kelly – $70 million
  5. “Blue, Green, and Red” by Mark Rothko – $70 million
  6. “The Scream” by Edvard Munch – $119.9 million
  7. “The Persistence of Memory” by Salvador Dali – $70 million
  8. “Drip Painting” by Francis Bacon – $86 million
  9. “Women of Algiers (Version O)” by Pablo Picasso – $179.4 million
  10. “Orange, Red, Yellow” by Mark Rothko – $86 million

It’s worth noting that the prices for these paintings are estimates, as the exact prices for many private art sales are not publicly disclosed.

Why are Abstract Paintings sold at higher prices?

There are a few reasons why abstract paintings can be sold at higher prices:

  1. Rarity: Many abstract paintings are one-of-a-kind works, making them rare and more valuable.
  2. Quality: Abstract paintings that are considered to be of high quality and created by well-known artists are likely to fetch higher prices.
  3. Demand: Abstract art has a dedicated following of collectors, which can drive up demand and prices for these types of paintings.
  4. Emotion: Some people are drawn to abstract paintings because they evoke emotions or convey a feeling or mood. This emotional connection can make the painting more valuable to the buyer.
  5. Investment value: Some people view abstract paintings as a good investment, and may be willing to pay a premium price for a piece that they believe will appreciate in value over time.

Ultimately, the price of an abstract painting is determined by a combination of these factors, as well as other considerations such as the size, medium, and condition of the piece.

Abstract Paintings vs Realistic Paintings

Abstract paintings are characterized by their lack of representation or depiction of recognizable objects or scenes. They are often composed of geometric shapes, lines, and color, and may not represent anything from the physical world. Realistic paintings, on the other hand, are characterized by their precise representation of objects, scenes, and figures.

There are many different styles of abstract and realistic paintings, and the value of a particular painting can depend on various factors such as the artist, the quality of the work, the medium used, and the demand for the artist’s work. Some people may prefer abstract paintings because they offer more room for interpretation and can be more emotive, while others may prefer realistic paintings because they offer a more precise representation of the world. Ultimately, the choice between abstract and realistic paintings is a matter of personal preference.

Famous Abstract Paintings of India

Here are a few famous abstract paintings by Indian artists:

  1. “Abstract Figure” by Tyeb Mehta – This painting depicts an abstract figure in a dynamic pose, and is considered to be one of Mehta’s most iconic works.
  2. “Abstract Composition” by Francis Newton Souza – This painting is a vibrant, abstract composition that showcases Souza’s bold use of color and line.
  3. “Triangle” by Vasudeo S. Gaitonde – This abstract painting features a single triangle in the center of the canvas, surrounded by a field of color.
  4. “Blue” by Maqbool Fida Husain – This abstract painting is characterized by its bold use of blue and white, and is one of Husain’s most famous works.
  5. “Abstraction” by Raza S. H. – This painting is a colorful abstract composition that showcases Raza’s signature style.

These are just a few examples of the many famous abstract paintings created by Indian artists. Abstract art has a rich history in India, and has been an important part of the country’s cultural and artistic landscape for many years.


Abstract Art - Wikipedia

Abstract art uses visual language of shape, form, color and line to create a composition which may exist with a degree of independence from visual references in the world.[1] Western art had been, from the Renaissance up to the middle of the 19th century, underpinned by the logic of perspective and an attempt to reproduce an illusion of visible reality. 

By the end of the 19th century many artists felt a need to create a new kind of art which would encompass the fundamental changes taking place in technologyscience and philosophy. The sources from which individual artists drew their theoretical arguments were diverse, and reflected the social and intellectual preoccupations in all areas of Western culture at that time.[2]

Abstract art, non-figurative art, non-objective art, and non-representational art, are closely related terms. They are similar, but perhaps not of identical meaning.

Abstraction indicates a departure from reality in depiction of imagery in art. This departure from accurate representation can be slight, partial, or complete. Abstraction exists along a continuum. Even art that aims for verisimilitude of the highest degree can be said to be abstract, at least theoretically, since perfect representation is impossible. 

Artwork which takes liberties, altering for instance color and form in ways that are conspicuous, can be said to be partially abstract. Total abstraction bears no trace of any reference to anything recognizable.

 In geometric abstraction, for instance, one is unlikely to find references to naturalistic entities. Figurative art and total abstraction are almost mutually exclusive. But figurative and representational (or realistic) art often contain partial abstraction.

Both geometric abstraction and lyrical abstraction are often totally abstract. Among the very numerous art movements that embody partial abstraction would be for instance fauvism in which color is conspicuously and deliberately altered vis-a-vis reality, and cubism, which alters the forms of the real life entities depicted.[3][4]


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