Primary or Jewel Colors Expressionist Paintings(80 items)
Welcome to the Primary or Jewel Colors Expressionist Painting Gallery at NOVICA.
Aricadia Portraits and sensual paintings
"I don't have a favorite color. I believe colors reflect the variety of life."
Popular Primary or Jewel Colors Expressionist Paintings
Woman with Croton Leaves Painting, "Nymph with a Croton"$1,229.99
Colorful croton leaves part to reveal a beautiful woman who seems at one with nature. Dreamlike, she awakens to the morning breeze that gently caresses her nude body and rustles the foliage. Theus depicts a garden nymph in this elegant nature study.
Titled "Ninfa con croton" in Spanish.
Original Signed Acrylic Painting of a Dancer from Java, "Dancing with Passion"$519.99
Elaborately dressed in traditional style, a woman demonstrates grace and beauty. Harman depicts a Javanese dancer in passionate colors. "Dancing is a lovely movement of the body with traditional music, guided by the rhythm," the artist says. "Then the body follows the musical beat, making the dance look beautiful."
Peruvian Expressionist Oil Painting of Croton Leaves, "Pyramid of Leaves"$1,489.99
Croton leaves cluster in the center of a luminous blue background to flaunt their rich textures and beautiful colors. A favorite motif for Theus, the foliage invokes images of ancient civilizations. He recalls the sacred city of Caral, with pyramids built 5,000 years ago by the Norte Chico peoples. The Peruvian artist works in oils on canvas.
Titled "Hojas piramidal" in Spanish.
Oil on Canvas Original Signed Diptych of Andean Fruit, "Native Fruits of the Andes"
Kissed by sunshine and caressed by emerald foliage, succulent fruits proffer their goodness. Golden or eggfruit, with its dark, glossy seed; glistening wedges of crimson watermelon; , its green peel opened to expose the sweet, custardy white flesh; yellow papaya and dappled mangoes; and crescents of pale orange cantaloupe.Theus paints a beautiful image, resplendent with the gifts of nature as he depicts native Andean fruits on two canvases.
Titled "Frutas nativas de los Andes" in Spanish.