Multicolor People and Portraits 20 to 36 Inch Paintings(355 items)
Anton Papo Original paintings
"I found Bali to be culturally rich, full of beautiful scenery and art."
"My parents wanted me to study medicine to have a better future, but I was more interested in drawing and art. That's where my spirit is. However, my parents said an artist didn't have a clear future. I... read more
Popular Multicolor People and Portraits 20 to 36 Inch Paintings
Multicolor Fife Band Portrait Woodcut Print by J. Borges, "Rural Fife Band II"$49.99
Drumbeats mark the rhythm for flautists while brass cymbals add emphasis. Such musical groups figure importantly in the folklore of Northeastern Brazil. Gathered around them, people enjoy the sounds of a rural fife band. Girls in yellow and green print dresses look on in admiration. Working in the woodcut technique, J. Borges creates a colorful naif portrait.
Xylograph (woodcut) print on paper, titled "Banda de Pifano Rural II" in Portuguese.
Signed Impressionist Painting of a Porter from Ghana, "Home Sweet Home"$289.99
After a long day of hard work, a porter gets home, allowing her shoulders to relax as she finally sets sight on her house. Ghanaian artist Alex Mensah paints this evocative scene, working in an impressionist style as he depicts his subject against an abstract colorful background.
Modern Ghanaian Acrylic on Canvas Painting, "Beauty of Self"$289.99
By Frank Coffie, this tall, slender canvas depicts people with their backs to one another. The woman wears a head scarf and fashionable skirt and blouse but the man is more casually dressed. The artist celebrates their differences. "Appreciate yourself, who you are and what you do. It makes you free and you always stay on your path. This is the beauty of being yourself.Be you!" he says.
Signed Expressionist Self Portrait Painting from Bali, "Self Portrait"$239.99
Smiling for the viewer, Balinese artist Anton Papo paints himself in this stunning painting. He works in a characteristic expressionist style with dark tones and angular shapes. The painting reads "self portrait." Says the artist, "I only want to express my heart by painting this portrait of myself. I drew it spontaneously, showing a bit of my narcissistic side. I try to present a face that doesn't look optimistic, yet deep in my heart I feel really optimistic."