Multicolor Modern and Freestyle Paintings from Bali and Java(27 items)
Anton Papo Original paintings
"I found Bali to be culturally rich, full of beautiful scenery and art."
"My parents wanted me to study medicine to have a better future, but I was more interested in drawing and art. That's where my spirit is. However, my parents said an artist didn't have a clear future. I... read more
Popular Multicolor Modern and Freestyle Paintings from Bali and Java
Signed Abstract Modern Painting from Java, "Black & White Blessings"$199.99
With this painting, Javanese artist Reza Dwakiss reflects on the duality of life. He paints in a modern, freeform style, filling the canvas with abstract figures that frighten and intrigue. Says the artist, "My inspiration for this painting was taken from my daily life. Looking at all the things happened around me, I noticed everything happens for bad and good reasons; everything in this life has two sides. We just have to face it."
Signed Modern Painting of an Artist from Java, "Lonely Painter"$177.99
Javanese artist Anton Papo works in his characteristic, modern style to offer this image of his friend, who is also an artist. He works with acrylics, ink, and graphite, portraying the artist as he drags from a cigarette, captured in dark tones against a bright background. The painting is inscribed with "friend portrait the name of lonely painter."
Signed Modern Portrait Coffee Painting from Bali, "Sit And Drink Coffee at Night"$259.99
Indonesian artist Anton Papo visualizes a late night spent out drinking coffee, where he searches for inspiration. He paints this striking composition in a modern style, depicting a late night patron drinking a cup of coffee. Dark colors suggest the dark of night. On the left side of the canvas the artist writes "sit and drink coffee at night." Several words are scratched out, as if to suggest fleeting thoughts.
Signed Bull-Themed Abstract Painting from Java, "The Heritage"$157.99
Working in a modern, abstract style, Javanese artist Reza Dwakiss paints this thought-provoking composition. Hues of white, black, red, and yellow are painted in acrylic, while pictographs and writing are done in permanent marker, depicting the faces of people and bulls. Says the artist, "This is a manifestation of the inheritance that I have obtained from obsolete and inanimate objects. We are required to be able to conjure it into something valuable in our lives."