Brown Paintings(116 items)
Welcome to Novica's Brown Painting Collection! We hope you enjoy exploring our earthtone and brown paintings below:
"For my paintings, I like the northern Thai style because I was born here - it's always in my way of thinking and in my heart."
Popular Brown Paintings
Still Life Cubist Painting, "Mirror IV"$439.99
A vase of flowers stands on a polished bureau. Reflected in the mirror, the blossoms seem to multiply in a splendid still life. Marisia Salomao brings cubist elements to this elegant painting as she demonstrates her mastery of form and color.
Titled "Espelho IV" in Portuguese.
Peruvian Oil Painting, "The Horse"$2,649.99
Inquisitive and intelligent, five beautiful horses pose in an extraordinary equine portrait. A warm breeze ripples their silken mane, caressing rippling muscles beneath sleek coats. Lucid oils convey the vitality of these exquisite creatures. "I want to pay tribute to these noble and beloved creatures," Theus confides.
Titled "El caballo" in Spanish.
Realist Oil Painting, "Puica Village"$547.99
Alcides Medina shares the beauty of Puica (Arequipa) through his admirable and vivid artistry. Painting with oils, he masterfully evokes the serenity that reigns in this beautiful place. Medina details his composition with admirable realism, including the wearing colorful clothes as she herds her sheep through the streets.
Titled "Pueblito de Puica" in Spanish.
Sorrel Horse Original Oil Painting Peru Fine Art (2008), "Horse of the Desert"$537.99
"When I look at the ocean waves, I see them become many horses, like a great herd," Andean artist Theus muses. Working in oils, he depicts a magical sorrel horse whose mane ripples in the wind. Dark, intelligent eyes seem to gaze back with playful friendliness.
Titled "El Caballo del desierto" in Spanish.
This plethora of paintings includes soothing mixed media paintings inspired by ancient Thai artistry and architecture paintings from West Africa, Mexico and Peru. Themes vary from landscapes to abstract images as artists worldwide use earth tones to express their creative sentiment.