Abstract art paintings are a widely known genre of modern Indian art.Numerous painters of realistic art world are extremely talented. 
Many painters of realistic artworks are extremely talented. They with artistic bent try to capture a moment splendidly – be it a portrayal of anopulent landscape, windy seascape, realistic looking still-life or a remarkable portrait of a person. 

However, as adept as these artists are, a similar effect can be obtained with a photograph taken with a next generation camera. Creative festooning can even be made after the photograph is clicked.

Well, this can raise question in anybody's mind: Are these life-like imitations really a form of art?

In an abstract art painting, artist creates the painting fromunique ideas and inspiration. The artist has some vision that they aspire to capture and exhibit for others to see. The artwork may not be similar to anything real, howeverthe perfect mishmash of colors used in conjunction withdifferent shapes, shading and textures seeks to exemplify what the artist wants to express. This completely depends on the mood, emotions and insight of the artist's when he/she is creating abstract painting.

One of the attractiveness of abstract art paintings is that rarely will Indian art collectors and admirers have the same interpretation about the artwork. Even though they have the same physical input from the artist, each spectator also comes with their own past experiences, standpoints and prejudices. 

They have their own individual mood and feelings at the time of observation. The surroundings in which the abstract artwork is demonstrated also considerably spurs the viewing experience. 

Whether the spectator's interpretation will be sameas that portrayed by the artist is not that necessary. What matters a lot is the distinctiveness of interpretation of abstract art. Asit isthe major strength of this form of art.