People and Portraits Cubist Paintings(101 items)
Welcome to the People and Portraits Cubist Painting Gallery at NOVICA.
"If I could create a world of my own, I'd call it 'The Land of Colors.'"
"Although I was blessed with a formal education in art, I believe it developed a gift given me at birth. When I was a child, I scribbled on the ground, on leaves and on the walls. But God has brought me this far.... read more
Popular People and Portraits Cubist Paintings
Inca Origin Legend Oil on Canvas Painting, "Mamacoca"
For this hauntingly beautiful painting, Theus turns his brush to the origins of the Inca empire. Capac y Mama Ocllo were said to have founded the great Andean civilization. Married to their son, Sinchi Roca, Mamacoca was much loved. When she died, Sinchi Roca ordered a stone monument, or to be built to her memory. One day, a bush began growing there, eventually becoming a coca tree. The Inca chewed the leaves, but commoners were forbidden to use them. Working in a palette of blues, the Peruvian artist adds accents in bright jewel colors as he depicts Mamacoca arising from the leaves.
Titled "Mamacoca" in Quechua.
Cultural Cubist Painting from Brazil, "Bahia"$119.99
Vignettes of the Brazilian state of Bahía inspire this woodcut by David da Costa. Gleaming in the tropical sunshine, a church dominates the composition while merchants offer food and drink to passersby. The artist works in serigraphy, also known as the silk screen technique.
Titled "Bahía" in Portuguese.
Romantic Cubist Style Portrait of a Couple in Love, "The Lovers"$659.99
Man and woman stand side by side, their transparent bodies overlapping, their faces merging. The couple is so in touch with each other that parts of themselves seem to fuse into one another, while others preserve their autonomy. Celebrating their love, Juan Carlos Ñañake uses a warm palette and cubist style.
Titled "Los amantes" in Spanish.
Signed Family-Themed Cubist Painting from Peru, "Family"$799.99
Standing together, a family poses for a portrait in this stunning contemporary painting from Peru. Juan Carlos Nanake paints this composition, depicting the family in a cubist style that deconstructs form. Each family member is composed of abstract shapes and unusual colors, framed against an abstract background. The artist offers this fine art piece as a reflection on unconditional love. in Spanish.