People and Portraits 20 to 36 Inch Paintings(565 items)
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Beautiful example of a unique art form
This is an exceptional example of an art form that could be threatened by contemporary forms of communications: woodcut illustrations of stories from Brazil?s Northeast, hung from strings and sold in markets. This master artist has created a wonderful evocative and humorous scene with deep cultural resonance.
Popular People and Portraits 20 to 36 Inch Paintings
Small Town Serenade Color Woodcut Print by J. Borges Brazil, "Back-Country in Moonlight"$69.99
Guitars in hand, a man and woman sing a moonlight serenade as townspeople crowd around to listen. Working in the woodcut technique, J. Borges depicts a magical evening in the out-country of northeastern Brazil. Watchful eyes look on beneath a starry sky in the light of a crescent moon.
Xylograph (woodcut) print on paper, titled "Sertão em Noite de Lua" in Portuguese.
Fisherman and Boat Blue and White Brazilian Woodcut Print, "The Fisherman"$39.99
Beneath the hot Brazilian sun, a fisherman steers his boat into his favorite spot beneath a palm tree on the shore. He drops his line into waters teeming with fish. On the deck, a basket is already brimming with the days catch, so abundant that even a smiling octopus fishes as well. Ivan Borges works in the woodcut technique to create this naif scene in blue and white.
Titled "O Pescador" in Portuguese.
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.
Signed Expressionist Painting of a Fashionable Woman, "African Princess"$249.99
For Ghanaian artist Budu Larbi Ernest, this woman is an African princess. He paints his subject in an expressionist style, capturing her clothing with vibrant colors that dissipate into the air. This painting will add a contemporary touch to any home.