Market Scene Paintings(71 items)
Welcome to the Market Scene Painting Gallery at NOVICA.
Boni Oil on canvas paintings
"Today, most of my paintings have been inspired by things I've experienced. Part of my theme is the poverty in which many campesinos are submerged."
"I was born on May 14, 1962, one of six children. My father worked in the fields. I remember I went to school, but only for one year. My family couldn't afford to keep me in... read more
Popular Market Scene Paintings
Impressionist Painting of People at a Market from Ghana, "New Market II"
Inspired by the new day, Ghanaian artist Bernard Mensah paints a striking impressionist composition that depicts a group of marketgoers against a background of green. Says Mensah, "As the new day comes new strength and new thoughts. Create your own pattern and make it attractive." Reflecting Africa's rich market traditions, this amazing painting makes a captivating addition to any home.
Impressionist Painting of People at a Market from Ghana, "VIllage Trade Square I"
Ghanaian artist Bernard Mensah paints this memorable composition in the impressionist style, depicting a group of marketgoers against a background of blue. Says Mensah, "This popular market is the most prestigious among others. Traders who sell here make profits and return to their villages before noon." Reflecting Africa's market traditions, this painting makes a cultural addition to any home.
Signed Impressionist Painting of Market Scene from Ghana, "Productivity I"
Captured with a rich array of vibrant colors, this Ghanaian market scene is painted by Bernard Mensah. Merchants stand in the foreground with their wares, framed against a throng of village people awaiting their turn. Mensah paints in the impressionist style, reflecting on the hardships of daily life in Africa.
Colorful Oil Painting of a Village Scene in Guatemala, "Weaver"
Neighbors go about their daily shores in a small Guatemalan village. Carrying a hoe over his shoulder, a man walks homeward past women drawing water from the well and a boy who feeds the chickens and turkey. An older woman kneels beneath a shade tree to weave on a backstrap loom. "This is a scene I saw in my own hometown," says artist Bonifacio Maxia Cutzal, who signs his work as "Boni." "I was on my way home from delivering some paintings when I paused to watch this family at work, and I wanted to share a glimpse of my country."
Titled "Tejedora" in Spanish.