Abstract Paintings(578 items)
Explore NOVICA's Abstract Paintings Collection. Discover original artworks in our unique collection of one-of-a-kind and limited-edition dynamic abstract works, created by the finest established and upcoming artists from around the world.
Top Abstract Paintings
"I have a number of dreams in this life. One is to popularize my country's fine art."
"I'm David Fernando Duke Bonilla. I was born in 1979 in El Triunfo, El Salvador. In 1980, during the civil war, my family found it necessary to move to the capital to escape the political persecution. I grew up in the city and studied in... read more
Popular Abstract Paintings
Brazilian Cityscape Woodcut Print in Black and Grey, "Copacabana"$257.99
Grand old homes crowd Rio de Janeiro's venerable Copacabana neighborhood. Black, white and grey convey a sensation of stability as the disparate shapes mingle in harmony. "I sought to convey the movement of the sea in this poetic composition. These are elements of the Rio neighborhood's old architecture and they recall the paving stones of the sidewalks," André de Miranda explains.
He works in the woodcut technique in black and ochre, and presents the print in a pH neutral passe-partout.
Titled "Copacabana" in Portuguese.
Brazilian Abstract Painting, "Encounter II"$774.99
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.
Blue and Violet Abstract Painting with Yellow Accents, "Lights in Your Veins"$747.99
Streams of yellow light are incandescent against a moody blue canvas. Punctuated with purple, black and green, its complex textures lead the eye in a visual dance. "This painting explores the light produced by our inner being when we are with the one we love," David Fernando Duke says.
Titled "Luces en tus venas" in Spanish.
Original Signed Abstract Painting with a Fire Theme, "Volcano God"$199.99
Fiery color bubbles and flows down a textured black canvas by David Fernando Duke. "This was painted during a very dark time in my life," he confides, "I was going through some very painful times for the soul, and the indifference I encountered led me to think about performing a ritual to the volcano god. I would offer this part of my life to that hidden, brutal force that destroys everything."
Titled "Dios volcán" in Spanish.