Small Culture Paintings(194 items)
Welcome to the Small Culture Painting Gallery at NOVICA.
K. Baka Paintings and batik art
"For my paintings, many a time I see them in dreams and visions before I actually paint them. So in the morning I organize my materials and start painting."
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Popular Small Culture Paintings
Original Oil Painting of a Small Andean Town on Sunday, "Sunny Sunday in the Andes"$244.99
In the Andean sierra, people traditionally gather on Sundays and holidays to celebrate their religious beliefs and to buy and sell the fruits of the harvest. Teodoro Reque shares a glimpse of his homeland in a luminous painting. Townspeople make their way down a cobblestone street toward the church and the plaza, their llamas alongside them. In the distance, more whitewashed homes with red tile roofs cling to the mountainside beneath the cool blue sky.
Titled "Domingo Soleado en los Andes" in Spanish.
Surreal Limited-Edition Giclee on Canvas, "The Tree of the Chaneques"$79.99
This intriguing limited-edition giclee on canvas is from Madero in Mexico. The surreal artwork depicts strange, otherworldly creatures beneath a tree, bathed in moonlight. Dating back to the Aztecs, are creatures from Mexican folklore; sprite-like beings that inhabit the underworld. The word chaneque is from the Nahuatl language and means "those who inhabit dangerous places".
Signed Giclee Print on Canvas of Surreal Painting, "Night of the Tecuan"$79.99
This colorful and fascinating limited-edition giclee on canvas is from Mexico's Madero. The surreal artwork depicts a or mythological Mexican monster in a dream-like landscape. Sometimes depicted as a jaguar or other wild cat, tecuanes were considered the most fearsome of beasts. The artist references his childhood in Guerrero, where misbehaving children would supposedly be taken away by tecuanes.
Signed Impressionist Painting of an African Pot Maker, "Pot Maker"$49.99
Ghanaian artist K. Baka paints this impressionist composition depicting a woman pot maker. Bent over, the woman attends to a knee-high clay pot, while two smaller pots sit close by. Baka uses loose brushstrokes in contrasting black and white acrylic to create this striking painting.