Modern Abstract Paintings(31 items)
Welcome to the Modern Abstract Painting Gallery at NOVICA.
"In my studio I work according to the dictates of my mind, even if it looks odd. I'm always ready to make a mistake knowing full well that is nothing but a light in the darkness of ignorance."
"I was born on October 1st, 1960 in the Osun State of western Nigeria. I... read more
Popular Modern Abstract Paintings
Signed Black and White Modern Abstract Painting from Brazil, "Square World"$419.99
Resembling winding staircases and impossibly interconnected architecture, this abstract painting will add a modern touch to your home decor. Brazilian artist Luiz Antonio Lopes paints this busy abstract scene in tones of white, black, and grey. Says the artist, "A symbol of equality, the square adds meaning, such as firmness, organization, and solidity. A universal symbol." in Portuguese.
Signed Modern Abstract Painting by a Ghanaian Artist, "Classicals"$284.99
In a classical abstract style, Ghanaian artist Alex Mensah paints this vibrant and busy composition for a modern touch to any home. He works with bold, primary colors, creating angular designs that weave among each other. Human figures and forms peek from behind the abstract shapes.
Signed Abstract Painting by a Javanese Artist, "The Old Memorial"$227.99
For this painting, Javanese artist Reza Dwakiss draws on childhood memories. Abstract forms in various colors are painted in acrylic, while various pictographs and writing are drawn with permanent marker. Says the artist, "This painting symbolizes the memory of my childhood, reading Gareng and Petruk in story comics while eating bananas. The color brown gives the feeling that this occurred in the past."
Signed Cubist Painting of a Smoker from Java, "Killing Me Softly"$104.99
With this painting, Javanese artist Reza Dwakiss offers a warning about smoking. He paints in a modern cubist style, depicting a smoker in the foreground with Reza watching in the background. Text and writing characterizes this painting, most notably the word "tainted" written on one of the smoker's lungs. Says the artist, "This painting is inspired by my daily life, seeing some people with poor health that will still smoke a bunch of cigarettes in a single day."