damn those are amazingI will piggy back off OP's post a little, Abstract art such as a line of blue down a canvas or such always make me disinterested. Its so generic and overdone. I'm in art school, and I have to see that shit and literal paint splatters + melty bullshit.
Another thing, I'm kinda over a lot of the older artist. But Thomas Benjamin Kennington's art is amazing, and James Jacques Joseph's work is so nice. It actually inspires me to do watercolor work and attempt oil.
personally i think art classes/schools, starting from elementary up should teach stuff like observational drawing. obviously for lil kiddos super easy stuff like "hey draw this cartoon fish the best you can" and moving on to portraits etc. as they move up
then they'd have knowledge of anatomy but could still go and develop their own style without some dye-job bitch off the street going "no anime bad i give u f"
instead we get "EVERYONE SUCK PICASSO'S DICK RN" without actually explaining why he was important other than "he drew squares lol"