Blue People and Portraits Paintings(110 items)
Welcome to the Blue People and Portraits Painting Gallery at NOVICA.
Laura Villanueva Original paintings
"I try to invite those looking at my work to release their imaginations and dream."
“I am a graduate of the Cultural Institute Cabañas de Guadalajara, Jalisco. I always felt an incredible passion for oil painting and its magical secrets. Not only from oils, but from art in general. I believe art reveals the deepest part of a human being, and... read more
Popular Blue People and Portraits Paintings
Inca Origin Legend Oil on Canvas Painting, "Mamacoca"
For this hauntingly beautiful painting, Theus turns his brush to the origins of the Inca empire. Capac y Mama Ocllo were said to have founded the great Andean civilization. Married to their son, Sinchi Roca, Mamacoca was much loved. When she died, Sinchi Roca ordered a stone monument, or to be built to her memory. One day, a bush began growing there, eventually becoming a coca tree. The Inca chewed the leaves, but commoners were forbidden to use them. Working in a palette of blues, the Peruvian artist adds accents in bright jewel colors as he depicts Mamacoca arising from the leaves.
Titled "Mamacoca" in Quechua.
Red and Blue Expressionistic Woman's Portrait, "Steps Behind"$409.99
Moving through clouds of radiant color, a woman goes about her daily round. Prince Asher depicts her from behind, capturing the spring in her step and her carefree spirit. "Busy feet, and steps bringing out the happiness of a joyful soul," the Ghanaian artist muses.
Expressionist Painting of Girl with Horse from Peru, "Blue Passage"$439.99
A girl trots atop her horse through trees and fantastical, natural landscapes in a variety of blue colors across the canvas of this painting. "Live with art, for art, and forever with art," says Peru's David Fernandez. He surrounds his subjects with expressionistic forms and shapes, suggesting an otherworldly landscape. in Spanish.
Original Cubist Acrylic Painting of Women in Blue, "Blue Looks"$169.99
Working in a bold, Cubist style, Brazilian artist Ney Cardoso paints this original acrylic on canvas composition. In moody shades of blue and black, two women gaze out at the viewer; one looking forward and one looking to the side. The color palette and the artist's emphasis on the women's features suggest strong and enigmatic emotions.