Expressionist Paintings(1,390 items)
Welcome to the Expressionist Painting Gallery at NOVICA.
Anton Papo Original paintings
"I found Bali to be culturally rich, full of beautiful scenery and art."
"My parents wanted me to study medicine to have a better future, but I was more interested in drawing and art. That's where my spirit is. However, my parents said an artist didn't have a clear future. I... read more
Popular Expressionist Paintings
Silkscreen Print of the Mexican Seashore in Tropical Colors, "The Coast"
Sunset gilds the sky above the Pacific, where the Sierra Madre Mountains reach to the shore. Waves wash over rock formations that jut out into the sea. Working in the silkscreen technique, Georg Rauch selects sizzling tropical tones for a dramatic composition. Mexico was a constant source of inspiration for artist. The limited edition print is signed and numbered.
Titled "La costa" in Spanish.
Balinese Acrylic Rural Portrait on Canvas, "Bakul Jamu"$1,449.99
A typical rural scene in Java, a woman sells a traditional herbal drink, to exhausted farmers resting after a long day of work. Cool hues of blue stand in contrast to earthy brown tones conveying simultaneously the sensation of tropical heat and the refreshing nature of the drink that awaits these farmers. Hendarto of Bali titles this painting which means "The Jamu Seller" in Balinese.
Original Signed Painting of Elephant in Acrylic and Pastel, "Elegant Elephant"
Exuding grace, elegance, and majesty, a wise elephant in side profile stands out against an intense black background. In his unique style focusing on the movement of individual brushstrokes and lines, Sakchai of Thailand masterfully uses acrylics and pastels to create this near-realistic elephant portrait.
Expressionist Painting, "Mollusks"$1,354.99
Captured in radiant hues, mollusks thrive in a sea of magical color. Dappled sunlight plays across the shells, filtered and gentled by the water. "For me, the marine world in its totality is much more beautiful and grand than we realize. Therefore, I find it important to represent these life elements in my work," says Andean painter Adolfo C'colque.
Titled "Moluscos" in Spanish.