Black and White Acrylic Paintings(52 items)
Welcome to the Black and White Acrylic 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 Black and White Acrylic Paintings
Signed Abstract Painting in Black White and Multicolor, "Joy Joy"$474.99
Darkened structures frame a composition that is tinged with the colors of nostalgia. "The vibe off this combination of colors takes me back to my childhood," says Luiz Antonio Lopes of this abstract painting. He borrows the title of this painting from Caetano Veloso's song "Alegria Alegria," considered the starting point of the Tropicalia movement in Brazil in 1967. Lopez' acrylic palette includes red, blue, and yellow underscored by white, black, and grey.
Titled "Alegria alegria" in Portuguese.
Small Black and White Madhubani Style Painting of Birds, "Singing Birds"$23.99
A curvaceous tree of life provides refuge to singing songbirds in this original painting from Devendra Kumar Jha and Family in India. The artists paint in the folk art style, which was once used to decorate the walls and floors of homes in the region of Bihar. Exquisite attention to detail makes the small black and white painting a standout.
Signed Black and White Modern Abstract Painting from Brazil, "Square World"$519.99
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.
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.