Earthtones or Neutral People and Portraits Paintings(31 items)
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Popular Earthtones or Neutral People and Portraits Paintings
Realist Oil Painting, "Puica Village"$547.99
Alcides Medina shares the beauty of Puica (Arequipa) through his admirable and vivid artistry. Painting with oils, he masterfully evokes the serenity that reigns in this beautiful place. Medina details his composition with admirable realism, including the wearing colorful clothes as she herds her sheep through the streets.
Titled "Pueblito de Puica" in Spanish.
Realist Portrait Painting, "Happy Porter"$817.99
"With this portrait I wanted to represent a human being within a social context," begins Carlos Morales as he confides his intentions. "I depict a man taking a rest after a hard day's work. Despite his tired state, his face is full of vitality and joy. He is a porter at the fruit market and even though he's been carrying heavy loads, he smiles unafraid of the efforts he must make to provide for his family."
Titled "Alegre cargador" in Spanish.
Original Expressionist Mother and Child Portrait in Oils, "Mother's Love II"$1,729.99
A woman cradles her baby in her arms as her face radiates an expression of quiet bliss. Exploring the sentiments of motherhood, Juan Carlos Ñañake depicts the reclining nude in a canvas filled with sunlight. Flowers bloom from fields of dappled blue in a painting as warm as a mother's love.
Titled "Amor Maternal II" in Spanish.
Religious Oil Painting in Colonial Style, "Divine Holy Virgin"$449.99
By Fernando Sayan Polo, this splendid portrait of the Holy Virgin reveals the influence of Peru's pre-Hispanic art that melds with European styling. His color palette is one favored by the ancient Inca, and the patterns on Mary's gown recall colonial art created by ancient artists. Yet Our Lady's lovely face and halo suggest Spanish paintings. This exquisite portrait is adorned with bronze leaf.
The artist works in the style of Renaissance masterpieces found in the convents and churches of Cuzco. The painting is a copy of a classic portrait, a theme he often repeats. Sayan gives it his own artistic interpretation.
Titled "Virgen Divina" in Spanish.