Pastel Paintings(43 items)
Welcome to the Pastel Painting Gallery at NOVICA.
Popular Pastel Paintings
Children In A Rainy Street Original Watercolor Painting, "After the Rain II"$789.99
The shower is over and people come out to run errands. After the rain, the air is clean and fresh, the colors clear. Puddles fill the unpaved street of an Andean town in Huancayo, reflecting buildings are sky in the glassy water. Artist Carlos Morales captures a little boy who can't resist splashing in the water.
Titled "Despues de la lluvia II" in Spanish.
Realist Architectural Painting, "Old Lima"$1,134.99
An alleyway enters into the courtyard of a house in a section of Lima where Colonial architecture barely survives the passing of time. Carlos Morales allows a view of everyday customs in a painting of remarkable clarity. Working with watercolors, he masters the use of perspective to create a three dimensional illusion, as if one were standing on the doorway.
Titled "Lima antigua" in Spanish.
Realist Oil Painting, "Village from My Land"$769.99
Carrying firewood, donkeys travel cobbled paths through the village of Condorama, in the Andes. "I wanted to paint about it because I really like the way customs are preserved in villages such as this one, where adobe houses have thatched roofs and people wear traditional clothes," confides Alcides Medina. He blends a palette of brown, red, green, blue and gray hues to create a vivid composition.
Titled "Pueblo de mi tierra" in Spanish.
Realist Oil Painting, "Cobbled Street"$539.99
"This street is in my village in Cuzco, and it seems like time has stood still," observes Alcides Medina. "You can see some of the original cobbles, as well as stone houses. Men and women have traveled this road for many, many years especially with animals, such as alpacas or donkeys, to help them carry their heavy loads." Medina composes an admirable painting, each masterful brushstroke delivering a vivid view of this Andean village.
Titled "Calle de la roca" in Spanish.