Small Blue or Purple Paintings(33 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 Small Blue or Purple Paintings
Expressionist Oil Painting (2011) from Peru, "Horse in Clouds and Waves"$3,289.99
"When I'm watching the ocean waves their crests appear to merge with the clear clouds up above, giving shape to galloping horses," confides Theus. The illusion becomes a source of inspiration which he masterfully transforms into a painting of powerfully artistry.
Titled "Caballo en forma de nubes y de olas" in Spanish.
Original Acrylic Surrealist Painting, "Roly-Poly Tiger Cat"$129.99
Rolling playfully onto its back, a kitten invites a tummy rub. Ricardo Siccuro evokes the purring creature in a single spiral that embraces the cuddly tiger cat. Fathomless eyes merge with the mysterious blue background in an enchanting work titled "Gato Rolando" in Portuguese.
Yantra painting, "Goddess Ganga"$89.99
Celestial colors and ethereal imagery distinguish this painting by Dr. Sneh Gangal. "It is to be visualized when worshipping the Goddess Ganga by saying her mantra, She represents the Ganges River, sacred to the people of Hindu faith," explains the artist. "Ganga is worshipped by all to attain purity of soul and to receive all kinds of favors from lords Shiva and Vishnu." Dr. Gangal paints the yantra with natural stone colors on ivory paper. The painting is mounted on lined card paper. by Dr. Sudhakar Malvaya. A yantra, according to Indian metaphysics, is a geometric representation of energy. According to Hindu Tantras, a mantra is regarded as the ray of consciousness that a yantra represents figuratively. Indian truth-seekers believe that everything in this world represents the abstract energies of a deity, hence every visual phenomenon is a form of yantra. Each yantra has a distinctive pattern that cannot be changed, but which Dr. Gangal embellishes in her own creative way.