Multicolor Paintings(1,848 items)
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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 Paintings
Multicolored Signed Painting Cityscape from West Africa, "Blissful"$897.99
West African painter Samuel Asamoah refers to his body of work as "The Land of Colors." He does that name justice in this original painting, which is simply bursting with color. Depicting a cityscape filled with people, this panoramic composition represents the strength found in unity. "We must unite as one people regardless of our tribal, political and religious differences. Unity makes our world beautiful and brings great joy," the Ghanaian artist says.
Expressionist Painting of Three Musicians with Motifs, "Musical Melodians at a..."$859.99
Wearing traditional African clothing while playing a shaker gourd, a drum, and a flute, three musicians are depicted in this painting by Ghanaian artist Edward Adeniran. He captures his subjects in an expressionist style, portraying the trio against an abstract yellow background while their colorful clothing is decorated with intricate motifs in black that evoke traditional African designs.
Blue White and Yellow Abstract Painting from Ghana (2019), "Cultural Ceremony"$919.99
Says Ghanaian artist Edward Adeniran, "Africans have very unique cultural heritage that distinguishes us from the rest of the world. We must protect and preserve our heritage." In tones of black, blue, yellow, and white, intricate abstract motifs decorate the canvas, evoking traditional African designs. In the center of the canvas, two figures with pots atop their heads can be made out.
Signed Blue and Yellow Folk Art Painting from Ghana, "Symbol of Authority"$739.99
Dividing the canvas into four sections of blue and yellow, Ghanaian artist Edward Adeniran paints a composition that expresses his cultural identity. In a stark black hue, intricate African motifs decorate the canvas, centered by the Adinkra symbol which signifies the supremacy of God.