Oil Paintings(509 items)
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Modern Surreal Brazilian Art, "Dance of Forms"$499.99
Beautiful landscapes seduce the senses with the enchantment of nature's unspoiled beauty. Superimposed upon them, ribbons of lucid color form an industrialized composition suggesting highways and architectural construction. "This dance of shapes and the planes they inhabit link abstract concepts with the magical reality seen through their windows," Mendes Ferreira explains.
Titled "Dança das Formas" in Portuguese, this painting forms a part of the artist's series "The Eyes: Windows of the Soul."
Signed Street Scene of Antigua Guatemala in Oils, "Road to San Felipe"$149.99
A cobblestone street in Antigua leads toward the edge of town and on to the nearby town of San Felipe. By Victor Mayor, this delightful painting captures the colonial charm of the small city that was Guatemala's original capital. Color and beauty distinguish the nostalgic oil on canvas composition.
Titled "Salida a San Felipe" in Spanish.
Signed Realist Hummingbird Painting from Guatemala, "Sweet Nectar"$69.99
Displaying beautiful feathers of blue and green, a charming hummingbird feeds from a pink flower in this painting by Guatemalan artist Paula Nicho Cumez. Says the artist, "Nature is a marvelous thing that God has gifted us, inspiring me to create these pieces. I love transferring the beauty and splendor that nature offers us everyday." in Spanish.
Realist Painting of Javanese Men with an Offering (2012), "For Peace"$2,347.99
Carrying an offering of peace, a group of men tread somberly over the ground in this Javanese painting. Yuli Kodo paints in a realist style, diligently capturing every minute detail of the workers' clothes, framed against an overcast sky. The men wear striking red shirts and hats with blue batik sarongs. Within the large vessel, called a Earth's treasures are gathered, given by the Mataram kingdom of Yogyakarta to symbolize fertility.