Blue or Purple Paintings $100 to $200(28 items)
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Upon receiving this piece of art which was double pack which arrived perfect! Being a cat lover, I just couldn't resist, hard to select which piece to purchase! Just love it!
"I like to show my photographs to foreigners, because sometimes they do not know how beautiful and interesting my country is."
Popular Blue or Purple Paintings $100 to $200
Original Signed Acrylic Painting of Child at Play, "Child's Play"$177.99
This lighthearted original painting from Ney Cardoso of Brazil depicts a child at play on a hobby horse, hair blowing freely in the wind. A butterfly witnesses and shares the child's simple joy and freedom. Working in acrylic on canvas, the artist employs his characteristic Cubist style, but with a palette of soft blues and light, Impressionist-inspired brushwork.
Abstract Modern Painting from Brazil, "Stars of My Country"$137.99
Kika Sevn honors her beloved Brazil with an inspired canvas featuring the colors of the national flag, yellow and green. Wings signify freedom in Sevn's composition, while a powerful mandala shaped like a dazzling star shines as a symbol of totality, integration and harmony.
Titled "Estrelas do meu país" in Portuguese.
'My Golden Tree in Impression'$159.99
Deep blue hosts a golden plant that climbs toward the sun. Surging upward, the stem curls seductively in delicate swirls. This is a branch from the or "enlightened" tree, so named because Buddha achieved enlightenment while meditating beneath one.
Parinya Nanjai paints these beautiful images, framing his work in bamboo.
Trapped between a world of reminiscences and the present, a person walks anonymously through Glaé Macalós's artistic realm. "Within the theme of the human figure, I worked with a more integral shape next to the symbolic meaning of a spinning top," explains Macalós. "I consider the top as a symbol of childhood games and the memories that are part of each one of us."
Titled "Rodando" in Portuguese.