Small Paintings(1,067 items)
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Lost during framed process
I was on my way to have this beautiful jaguar to be professionally framed when the strong persistent wind blew it away. It hurt me very bad. It was very unique but for the price, I will replace it with a larger print at less cost.
Wonderful and cute
Very high quality little print, which I framed with an 8x8 mat and frame. So beautiful and also fun. VERY high quality paper. I have her jaguar, parrot, and octopus too and they are all gorgeous.
Popular Small Paintings
Colorful Starry Sky Woodcut Print by J. Borges in Brazil, "Starry Sky"$49.99
Stars can still be seen in the early morning sky where sun and moon linger briefly together. Yet bright birds have awakened and soar skyward amid fruit trees, bringing their many colors to this delightful naif composition. J. Borges creates a cheerful woodcut print that celebrates the beauty of the Brazilian countryside.
Xylograph (woodcut) print on paper, titled "Céu Estrelado" in Portuguese.
Mexico Fine Art Linoleum Print Dog Painting by NOVICA, "Little Dog"
Splashing in the surf, a frisky young dog enjoys a day on the shore in this whimsical small-scale linoleum block print. "Who doesn't enjoy watching a little dog that likes water?" says Marina Pallares. "I experienced this myself with a friend at the beach. We took my friend's dog. There's nothing happier for the animal than to wade in the waves and dig holes in the sand!"
Tiled "Perrito" in Spanish.
Signed Painting of a Surrealist Forest from Mexico, "Strange Woods"
Working in the traditional style of printmaking, Mexican artist Marina Pallares etches a surreal composition into a block of resin, which is used to create this beautiful limited edition work. In black and white, a strange forest is depicted, each bare tree outfitted with a woman's dress for a striking addition to your home. in Spanish.
Mexico 4-Inch Signed Linoleum Block Print of a Jaguar, "Jaguar"
"I depict a fearless jaguar against a starry sky. This is one of the most beautiful animals that exist — strong, powerful, with a profound gaze," Marina Pallares confides. Working in black and white, she creates a small-scale linoleum block print. The feline held a special place in many Mesoamerican cultures. A resident of the Yucatan peninsula, the small spotted cat was venerated by the ancient Maya, who called it The renowned Aztec Jaguar warriors, an elite infantry comprised of pre-Hispanic noblemen, wore helmets in the shape of the jaguar, or And the Olmec "were-jaguar" — half human, half cat — is a recurrent theme in their art.