36 to 48 Inch Paintings(287 items)
Welcome to the 36 to 48 Inch Painting Gallery at NOVICA.
"The reason I chose Fine Arts was that it makes me see things in a positive way, it helps me see the beauty of things, and to be more concentrated at work."
Popular 36 to 48 Inch Paintings
'Baianas in Dance Evolution'
Dressed in ample skirts and fancy turbans, myriad (women from Bahia) crowd the streets dancing to the beat of the Carnival. As their dances evolve, they inspire this energetic composition by Rubens Andrade. He paints with acrylics, mixing a palette of colors in which yellow proffers festive energy.
Titled "Baianas em evolução" in Portuguese.
Modern Surreal Brazilian Art, "Dance of Forms"$499.99
Beautiful landscapes seduce the senses with the enchantment of nature's unspoiled beauty. Superimposed upon them, ribbons of lucid color form an industrialized composition suggesting highways and architectural construction. "This dance of shapes and the planes they inhabit link abstract concepts with the magical reality seen through their windows," Mendes Ferreira explains.
Titled "Dança das Formas" in Portuguese, this painting forms a part of the artist's series "The Eyes: Windows of the Soul."
Original Ink And Acrylic On Canvas Painting of Buddha, "Four Types of Lotus"$1,029.99
Working in black ink and acrylic paints on canvas in an illustrative style, Rawat Vongla renders a richly-detailed scene featuring Buddha and a lotus flower. In Buddhism, the four stages of the lotus blossom represent four types of people and their distance from enlightenment. The lotus rising up above the water will readily bloom and achieve enlightenment; while the budding blossom at the water's surface needs further knowledge and understanding to do so. The under-water lotus will eventually attain enlightenment, after extensive time and training; but the mud-buried lotus, representing a dull mind, laziness and selfishness, may never achieve enlightenment at all.
Brazilian Abstract Painting, "Encounter II"$917.99
Seen as abstract images, lovers meet, drawn together in a moment that seems eternal. Working in grey and icy white against a background of passionate crimson, Urbano seems to literally freeze the image in time and space.
Titled "Encontro II" in Portuguese.