Multicolor Market Scene Paintings(52 items)
Welcome to the Multicolor Market Scene Painting Gallery at NOVICA.
"Each work is imbued with a sense of tradition and heritage. Nature and all that surrounds me is a neverending source of inspiration."
"My paintings tend to depict scenes of villages, beaches, markets, and African people. Each... read more
Popular Multicolor Market Scene Paintings
Impressionist Painting of People at a Market from Ghana, "VIllage Trade Square I"$357.99
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.
Impressionist Painting of People at a Market from Ghana, "New Market II"$357.99
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.
Signed Impressionist Painting of Market Scene from Ghana, "Productivity I"$704.99
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.
Handcrafted Batik Painting of African People from Guatemala, "Porters"$109.99
Designed and crafted by Emmanuel Atiemoh Yeboah, this artwork from Ghana depicts a trio of African women. One sits on a tray, one carries a tray full of foodstuffs, and the third carries an empty tray, her child slung over her back. The artist achieves this folk art composition using a variety of techniques. He utilizes the batik method to decorate several bits of cotton cloth, using a combination of colorful dyes with a wax resist. He then hand-cuts the designs into the artwork, replacing the cut-out portions with the colorful cloth that suggests the image of the women. This stunning piece of home decor arrives in a redwood frame.