Cityscape Impressionist Paintings(29 items)
Welcome to the Cityscape Impressionist Painting Gallery at NOVICA.
Edy Mayor Original oil paintings
"My father has always been my best teacher… I admire him so much and I'm proud to have learned from the best."
"My father is a painter and I watched him from the time I was a small child. I loved to see him mixing colors and creating images of landscapes and... read more
Popular Cityscape Impressionist Paintings
Original Signed Modern Fine Art Brazilian Cityscape Painting, "Urban Scene III"$859.99
Telephone wires faintly traverse the streets, like dancers in a melancholy ballet, and bicycles lean against light posts. The cloudy sky implies the smoke of industry, overshadowing yet not obscuring the colors of the city. A sense of energy pulsates at the heart of this painting by Shyrley Cabral.
Titled "Cena urbana III" in Portuguese.
Signed Impressionist Cityscape Painting from Peru, "Road to the Fair"$1,274.99
Following a road through Cuzco neighborhoods, local Peruvian townsfolk make their way to the fair in this tranquil composition by Teodoro Reque Liza. He hopes to capture the rich history and traditions of Cuzco, capturing this scene in an impressionist style. In the distance, the rolling countryside and Andean mountain range can be seen.
Impressionist Painting of Tomayquichua Village in Peru, "Tomayquichua"$254.99
Reveling in the quaint beauty of the village of Tomayquichua, Peruvian artisan Teodoro Reque Liza paints this tranquil scene. He works in an impressionist style, capturing the stucco, ceramic-tiled houses that are framed against two great hills. Two townspeople and three llamas casually make their way through the quiet village streets.
Signed Colorful Cityscape Painting from Guatemala, "Charms"$149.99
This signed impressionist painting by Victor Mayor depicts a calm and colorful scene from the city of Antigua Guatemala. Featuring colorful houses against a rolling hillside and volcano in the distance, this composition shares the charms of Guatemala with the viewer. Says the artist, "I named this painting "Charms" because Antigua Guatemala is a place that charms people with is cobbled streets, its old houses, its monuments, its ruins, and each one of its traditions." in Spanish.