Landscape Acrylic Paintings(219 items)
Welcome to the Landscape Acrylic Painting Gallery at NOVICA.
Featured Review on Landscape Acrylic Paintings
"Silver Bo Tree"
Lovely! Well done and very original and aesthetic Can't wait to hang this up in my home. :). Highly recommended.
Attakora Yeboah Original paintings
"There were times I'd start painting with big hopes to finish, but due to a lack of finances I could not complete it."
"Being the youngest... read more
Popular Landscape Acrylic Paintings
Signed Painting of an Elephant from Ghana, "Elephant in Sunset"$39.99
Silhouetted against the white light of the setting sun, an elephant raises its trunk towards the sky in reverence. Ghanaian artist K. Baka paints this scene of African wildlife, framing the elephant against a sky of vibrant orange and yellow. This painting arrives in a blue mat board passe-partout.
Abstract Painting from Africa, "Come In"
Memories from his days in the National Service spent in northern Ghana serve as inspiration to David Mawunya Charway. "The people of this area are very hospitable!," confides the Ghanaian artist. "I especially recall the architectural style of the region and its dry withered trees during Harmattan season." Every year, from November to March, the "African trade winds" of Harmattan blow dry and dusty from the Sahara to the Gulf Guinea. At their strongest, they can blow all the way to North America.
Signed Acrylic Painting of Tree on Canvas from Ghana, "Nature"$814.99
Standing tall and strong in its autumn glory among a myriad of forest trees, a large tree in radiant hues of warm red, orange, and yellow takes center stage in this impressionist-style acrylic painting. Ghanaian artist Robert Osei Anim paints this nature-inspired landscape with a warm, earthy glow that is sure to impress.
Signed Impressionist Landscape Painting of a Verdant Forest, "Through the Forest"$109.99
Traveling through a lush forest, an African woman expertly balances a basket of goods and food atop her head as she travels. Ghanaian artist Benjamin Sebi Amenortey paints this scene of quotidian African life, working in an impressionist style that blends form and color.