Primary or Jewel Colors Oil Paintings(107 items)
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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
Woman with Croton Leaves Painting, "Plant Woman"$1,229.99
Emerging from a colorful croton plant, she is dreamlike and lovely. Her beauty is captivating, revealing the earth's feminine soul. "I try to show nature's allure along with that of a woman, creating a combination that inspires happiness and love," Peruvian artist Theus confides.
Titled "Mujer planta" in Spanish.
Croton Leaf Abstract Painting from Peru, "Nymph in Blue"$894.99
Seen in silhouette, a woman's profile seems to move amid colorful foliage in an azure atmosphere, her presence sensed rather than obvious. Theus conjures a wood nymph from Greek mythology in this elegant abstract. Croton leaves appear in many of the Peruvian artist's paintings.
Titled "Ninfa en azul," in Spanish.
Peruvian Portrait Painting, "Fruit Seller"$2,099.99
Blue shadows surround her, echoing the purple of her blouse and the startling azure of her scarf. She tucks a flower above her ear and proffers a succulent wedge of watermelon, the sweet red fruit's crimson flesh suggesting an invitation. Peruvian artist Carlos Morales composes a still life in front of the woman as he arranges an orange, pear, apple and grapes with bottles of wine and crystal goblets.
Titled "Frutera" in Spanish.
Oil on Canvas Original Signed Diptych of Andean Fruit, "Native Fruits of the Andes"
Kissed by sunshine and caressed by emerald foliage, succulent fruits proffer their goodness. Golden or eggfruit, with its dark, glossy seed; glistening wedges of crimson watermelon; , its green peel opened to expose the sweet, custardy white flesh; yellow papaya and dappled mangoes; and crescents of pale orange cantaloupe.Theus paints a beautiful image, resplendent with the gifts of nature as he depicts native Andean fruits on two canvases.
Titled "Frutas nativas de los Andes" in Spanish.