Black and White 20 to 36 Inch Paintings(51 items)
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St Francis Teaches Birds Black/White Brazilian Woodcut Print, "Saint Francis"$39.99
A small bird alights trustingly on Saint Francis' outstretched hand and another perches on his shoulder. Still another nestles against his chest in this beautiful portrait of the legendary saint. Ivan Borges sets the scene amid the rugged vegetation of Northeastern Brazil beneath a sky spangled with stars. Founder of the Franciscan order, Francis of Assisi believed in the brotherhood of all of God's creation. It is said that he once preached to hundreds of birds about being thankful to God for their wonderful clothes, for their independence, and for God's care. The birds stood still as the saint walked among them, flying off only when he said they could leave.
The Brazilian artist works in the woodcut technique to create this naif image in black and white.
Titled "O São Francisco" in Portuguese.
Black and White Photograph of Thai Buddhist Temple, "Peaceful Wat Chet Yot"$169.99
Peace reigns over Wat Chet Yot in Chiang Mai, inspiring Oraphat to capture it in a black and white photograph. This Buddhist temple, built to resemble that of Mahabodhi in Bodhgaya (India), where the Buddha reached enlightenment features an eclectic architecture that incorporates Thai, Lao, Indian, and Chinese elements. Oraphat directs her lens to a flowering tree, where she focuses on three of the seven spires or Printed on Fujicolor crystal archive paper, the photograph includes a card paper mat board.
Mother and Baby Elephants Black and White Photograph, "Forever"$169.99
Forever by her side, an elephant calf and her mom roam the Thai forests in this endearing photograph by Oraphat. In black and white, her photograph captures the pachyderms' noble nature as well as the rugged textures of their skin, the strength of the bond that unites them.