Brazilian Female Form(60 items)
Welcome to the Brazilian Female Form Collection at NOVICA.
Featured Review on Brazilian Female Form
Elegant, yet powerful; Abstract, yet symmetrical, portraying a soft tenderness not often seen in this type of art. It has already became one of the absolute favorites in my entire art collection. It is now my favorite bronze...period. Anamaria has a very special gift.
Goga Original paintings and sculptures
"Knowing that someone else identifies with something I created gives me tremendous sense of satisfaction."
Popular Brazilian Female Form
Brazil Signed Bronze Sculpture of a Man and Woman, "Comfort"$319.99
She leans against him as he slips his strong arms around her. Working in bronze, Jaqueline Cavalcanti conveys the power of a comforting embrace. Contrasting polished golden contours with a dark finish, she highlights the roles each person plays in this moment of emotional intimacy.
Titled "Aconchego" in Portuguese.
Modern Cubist Female Nude Painting from Brazil, "Woman"$177.99
Brazilian artist Ney Cardoso works in his characteristic style of bold colors and strong lines to paint this original acrylic on canvas painting. The Cubist-style composition depicts a nude woman with one arm across her body, as if out of modesty. The intensity of the color palette and the dark delineation of shapes suggests strong emotions.
Original Signed Cubist Style Painting of a Young Nude Woman, "Nude"$369.99
A nude is seated, her arms wrapped around her knees, her thoughts far away. The sun caresses her girlish body and illuminates her short red hair. Working in cubist style, David da Costa depicts her in a sensitive portrait that conveys an understanding of the psychology of youth.
Titled "Nu" in Portuguese.
Bronze sculpture, "Bright Ballerina"$1,109.99
"My granddaughter is a ballerina, and she inspired this piece," says Goga of her muse. "One day I went to see her on stage, and this is one of the movements she made during her performance. That day, when I came back from the show, I started sculpting this piece." Goga works with bronze and displays the piece on a marble base.
Titled "Bailarina" in Portuguese.