Earthtones or Neutral Paintings from Andes(24 items)
Welcome to the Earthtones or Neutral Paintings from Ande Gallery at NOVICA.
"I was captivated by the dance of the brush on the canvas and the smell of oil paints. With each day that passed, I became more absorbed in painting."
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Popular Earthtones or Neutral Paintings from Andes
Peruvian Oil Painting, "The Horse"$2,637.99
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"$544.99
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.
Realist Portrait Painting, "Happy Porter"$809.99
"With this portrait I wanted to represent a human being within a social context," begins Carlos Morales as he confides his intentions. "I depict a man taking a rest after a hard day's work. Despite his tired state, his face is full of vitality and joy. He is a porter at the fruit market and even though he's been carrying heavy loads, he smiles unafraid of the efforts he must make to provide for his family."
Titled "Alegre cargador" in Spanish.
Realist Horse Painting from Peru, "Untamable"$2,637.99
Rearing and dancing with lithe grace, a spirited stallion reveals a proud, strong character. Theus captures the might and power of this beautiful horse, each muscle tensed with energy in a compelling equine portrait. "Headstrong and untamable, this horse cannot be ridden by even the best horsemen," the Peruvian artist confides. "You can perceive an air of greatness in his gaze, and the creature's fierce pride."
Titled "El indomable" in Spanish.