Primary or Jewel Colors Oil Paintings(38 items)
Welcome to the Primary or Jewel Colors Oil 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 Primary or Jewel Colors Oil Paintings
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.
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 on Canvas, "Beautiful View"$149.99
Colonial-style houses line a narrow cobblestone street where tropical flowers cascade over high walls. Edy Mayor selects a perspective that leads the eye to the Volcan de Agua that stands like a sentinel in the distance.
Titled "Vista bella" in Spanish.
Signed Oil Painting of Lake Atitlan in Jewel Colors, "Lake Atitlan II"$124.99
Working in oil on canvas, Bonifacio Maxia Cutzal celebrates the beauty of Lake Atitlan with its cold, deep waters. The Guatemalan artist paints the view from a cobblestone lane on the shore. In the distance, the San Pedro and Tolimán volcanoes stand tall above the blue lake.
Titled "Lago de Atitlán II" in Spanish.