Expressionist Paintings from Mexico(40 items)
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Popular Expressionist Paintings from Mexico
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.
Green Black and White Aquatint Etching of Four Female Nudes, "Sketch IV"$179.99
In this aquatint and aquafortis etching, artist Antonio Martínez uses color to frame a line of four black and white female figures. Seen from behind, they are nude and anonymous, as everything dissipates and bends in the top portion of the work where their faces should be. Adroit with shading techniques, the Mexican artisan deftly gives texture to the work. The limited edition print is signed and numbered.Titled "Apunte IV" in Spanish.
Signed Surrealist Giclee Artwork of Trees in Red from Mexico, "Red Roots with Gold"$517.99
Printed on canvas, vibrant roots of red that fade to pink reach below the ground toward the water in this stunning surrealist composition by Mexico's Georg Rauch. The artist imagines a universe parallel to our own, where familiar objects may take strange colors and forms. Small dots of shining gold appear at the bottom of the roots, completing this unforgettable piece. Georg's wife, Phyllis Rauch, presents this giclee in honor of her husband's memory.
Signed Aquatint Etching Print of Female Nude from Mexico, "Sketch II"$179.99
Working in black, white, and earth tones, Antonio Martínez depicts two faceless nude females, with one facing front and the other seen from behind. Though they lack identity, they possess a universal beauty. The gifted Mexican artist displays his mastery of the aquatint and aquafortis techniques. The limited edition print is signed and numbered.Titled "Apunte II" in Spanish.