People and Portraits Expressionist Paintings(689 items)
Welcome to the People and Portraits Expressionist Painting Gallery at NOVICA.
"The inspiration for my paintings comes from nature, the environment and life experiences. I love the colors and the process I go through when painting."
"I had to drop out of school, which was a very difficult moment. While at home, I was introduced to painting by a friend and took this opportunity to help use my free time wisely. It... read more
Popular People and Portraits Expressionist Paintings
Mexico Signed Numbered Woman's Portrait in Silkscreen, "Sunset"
Wrapped in a rebozo, she sits by the shore and gazes at the setting sun. Georg Rauch sensitively depicts the barefoot girl with a yellow ribbon in her hair. Lake Chapala was a constant source of inspiration for the Austrian artist, who spent most of his life in Mexico. This evocative limited edition print is created with the silkscreen technique.
Expressionist Portrait Painting of an African Woman, "Color of My Soul"$579.99
Surrounded by colorful abstract designs that represent her soul, an African woman is the subject of this painting from Ghana. Budu Larbi Ernest paints this portrait in a striking expressionist style that is sure to draw attention in any home.
Glass Framed Female Form Painting on Yellow from Ghana, "Live-Long"$194.99
In tones of black and white with beautiful shading against a yellow background, this painting depicts the lower portion of a woman's body. Ghanaian artist Chessed Nti Mensah paints this composition, which features a stripe-like pattern over his subject's body and clothes. He says "Live-Long appreciates nature from two different perspectives with a surreal touch to make it pure art." This painting arrives within a glass frame with copper accents.
Balinese Acrylic Rural Portrait on Canvas, "Bakul Jamu"$1,474.99
A typical rural scene in Java, a woman sells a traditional herbal drink, to exhausted farmers resting after a long day of work. Cool hues of blue stand in contrast to earthy brown tones conveying simultaneously the sensation of tropical heat and the refreshing nature of the drink that awaits these farmers. Hendarto of Bali titles this painting which means "The Jamu Seller" in Balinese.