Primary or Jewel Colors Expressionist Paintings(64 items)
Welcome to the Primary or Jewel Colors Expressionist Painting Gallery at NOVICA.
Sunil Jaiswal Original paintings
"I was so fascinated by the beauty of art that I couldn't deny the fact that I was in love with it…. My wife is also an artist and she inspires me a lot."
Popular Primary or Jewel Colors Expressionist Paintings
Original Signed Acrylic Painting of a Dancer from Java, "Dancing with Passion"
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."
Still Life Expressionist Painting, "Technology and Art II"$159.99
For Brazilian artist Vera Lemos, surprising objects take on a brilliant beauty. She creates a still life from tubes, rectangles and plates, focusing on their shapes instead of their use. A masterful use of perspective, form and color transforms them into a harmonious whole.
Titled "Tecnologia e arte II" in Portuguese.
Giclee Landscape Theme Artist Print on Canvas, "Landscape II"$159.99
Roiling clouds evoke a tempestuous sea at dawn. Working with bold, assured brushstrokes, J.M.S. Mani conjures a rugged landscape awakening to dawn. Sadhana Jaipuria presents the dramatic reproduction in an archival print on canvas as a part of her gallery's collection.
From Bangalore, J.M.S. Mani studied at the Ken School of Art. His work is prized by collectors and is easily recognized for his sense of color and strong, fluid strokes. He has exhibited his paintings in numerous Indian venues as well as in New York, Hong Kong, London and Graphics, Switzerland.
Colorful Oil Painting of the Guatemalan City of Antigua, "Colonial Street"$119.99
The afternoon sun is radiant in the colonial city of Antigua with its colorful houses and dazzling flowers. Bonifacio Maxia Cutzal depicts a cobblestone street in the picturesque town with its guardian Volcano del Agua rising tall in the distance. The Guatemalan artist signs his work as "Boni."
Titled "Calle colonial" in Spanish.