Fine Art Home Decor(215 items)
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a perfect anniversary gift
I bought this as an anniversary gift for my husband at a time when we really needed to reconnect with one another. i spent a long time hunting for a piece of art that would show unity, compassion, passion, and affection, but without being cutesy or involving a heart-shape. This really struck a cord, and seemed to strike my husband as well. It now sits on our coffee table in our high traffic TV room, and i see it every day.
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 Fine Art Home Decor
Handcrafted Cedar Mayan Sculpture from Guatemala, "Devoted Midwife"$379.99
A Mayan midwife is realized in cedar atop a pinewood base. Guatemalan artist Nicolas Chavez Sojuel hand-carves this sculpture, detailing the midwife's elaborate jewelry and headdress. She sits with legs crossed, a child held close to her breast. For the artist, this sculpture presents a view of quotidian Mayan life, as the midwives would often take their children along with them as they worked.
Guatemala Carved Cedar Maya Ballplayer Sculpture, "Jaina Island Ballplayer"$719.99
Seated, a man of importance is pensive. Nicolas Chavez Sojuel expertly carves the poignant expression of a Maya ballplayer in cedarwood. The ancient athlete wears ornate jewelry, earrings and beaded necklaces; his protective wristbands and a thick, padded girdle are worn during the ritual ballgame. The Guatemalan artisan interprets a small ceramic figurine as realistically as did the pre-Hispanic ceramists of Jaina Island more than a thousand years ago. The original polychrome sculpture can be seen in the Houston Museum of Fine Arts.
Alebrije sculpture, "Xoloescuincle"$389.99
"The ancient Aztecs believed the dog protected the underworld, and we decided to decorate this alebrije with aspects of sun and light reflected on earth," confide Zeny and Reyna. They paint the wood sculpture by hand with detailed artistry and expressive sentiment.
Please note: the dog’s tail is removed for shipping.
Signed Ceramic Aztec Sculpture from Mexico, "Aztec Deities"$337.99
By Angel Cerón, this ceramic sculpture interprets an image depicted in the Magliabechiano Codex from the late Post Classic period. It reveals elements of both the legendary Feathered Serpent Quetzalcoatl and also of the wind god Ehécatl. This wonderfully detailed Aztec deity wears a necklace of seashells and an elaborate headdress, and a bird alights on his hand.