Grey People and Portraits Paintings(24 items)
Welcome to the Grey People and Portraits Painting Gallery at NOVICA.
Preeti Gupta Original paintings
"Painting gives me a lot of satisfaction as well as the freedom to express myself."
"I have always been keen for drawing, painting and art since childhood. Although I received a masters degree in English literature, painting... read more
Popular Grey People and Portraits Paintings
Signed Cubist Painting of Two Lovers from Peru, "Lovers"$639.99
Lending an artistic touch to any space, this romantic painting from Peru is created by Juan Carlos Nanake. Standing side-by-side, two lovers hold bouquets of flowers while a red figure looks on in the background. This composition is painted in a cubist style. in Spanish.
Signed Surrealist Mermaid Painting from Brazil, "Mermaid"$659.99
Using a surrealist style, Brazilian artist Ricardo Siccuro paints this composition that depicts the feminine form of a mermaid. The mermaid is formed of red and grey ribbons that intertwine together for a striking look, framed by abstract designs. in Portuguese.
Expressionist Painting of Acis and Galatea (2017), "Acis and Galatea"$659.99
Telling of the love between a mortal and a Naiad, or sea-nymph, Acis and Agalatea is a traditional Greek myth that inspired this evocative painting. Brazilian artist Dayse Diaz paints the two lovers as Acis holds Galatea in his arms. Painted in an expressionist style, the couple is depicted in tones of grey and brown, as if carved from marble. A Greek column is visible just beyond the star-crossed lovers. in Portuguese.
Signed Surrealist Print of a Skeleton Couple from Mexico, "Til Death Do Us Part"$297.99
Inspired by themes of love, Mexican artist Alejandro Camacho proudly presents this original composition for your home decor, offering a whimsical take on the phrase "Til death do us part." Working in colors of black, white, and brown, the artist depicts a pair of skeletons in holy matrimony. Above the couple, a banner reads "Just Married." Says the artist, "This work shows us the Mexican idea of death. We Mexicans laugh at death." The print is achieved through a careful process where the composition is first etched into resin and applied with ink. Part of a limited edition, it arrives on a mat board passe-partout.
Titled "Hasta que la muerte nos separe" in Spanish.