Small Cubist Paintings $100 to $200(52 items)
Sunil Jaiswal Original paintings
"I was so fascinated by the beauty of art that I couldn't deny the fact that I was in love with it…. My wife is also an artist and she inspires me a lot."
Popular Small Cubist Paintings $100 to $200
Signed Gravure Print of Man and Camel from Brazil, "Tuareg Man and His Camel"$159.99
Dressed in clothing to protect from the blistering heat of the desert sun, a Tuareg man sits atop his camel as they travel across the Sahara Desert. Another Tuareg man slowly guides his horses in the far distance. The Tuareg are a nomadic people that inhabit the Sahara Desert. Rui De Oliveira of Brazil demonstrates her love of African culture in this Cubist-inspired emotive gravure print in acrylic, tempera, and crayon.Titled in Portuguese.
Signed Acrylic and Tempera Gravure Print from Brazil, "African Dancer"$159.99
Exuding pride and confidence, a young woman from Africa smiles as she begins to dance. Mastering gravure printing techniques, Rui de Oliveira creates this stunning image of a dancer in traditional African clothing using acrylic and tempera. This cubist-inspired print in various hues conveys the artist's love for the colors, culture, and traditions of the Africa.
Brazilian Colorful Gravure Print of Tutsi Family in Acrylic, "Exodus of Tutsi Family"$159.99
Rui de Oliveira masterfully captures sadness, intense fear, and longing in this colorful Cubist-inspired gravure print. A young child clings to his mother, whose intense facial expression exudes immense sorrow. Using acrylics, tempera, crayon, and pastel, he portrays a Tutsi family running from their homeland due to the violence and acts of genocide perpetrated by the Hutu people of Rwanda. in Portuguese.
'The Dreamer, "The Dreamer Moon Woman"$114.99
Crescents play about a woman's face, caressing her cheeks and forming her features. She closes her eyes, while ruby lips bring vibrant color to an abstract portrait. "I always depict women with their eyes closed," Jacira Baptista says of this elegant pen and ink design. "The moon represents a dreamy woman, the liberty of a dream come to life, exhibiting life in each phase of its cycle." Titled "A Sonhadora - Mulher Lua" in Portuguese.
Part of a limited edition.