Primary or Jewel Colors People and Portraits Paintings(124 items)
Welcome to the Primary or Jewel Colors People and Portraits Painting Gallery at NOVICA.
"I believe that art serves as a means of individual expression and a potential visual expression of the African continent."
"I was born on the 23rd of December, 1980 at Accra, in the Greater Accra Region of Ghana. Indeed art has been part of my life, not merely a desperate move to find... read more
Popular Primary or Jewel Colors People and Portraits Paintings
Signed Original Cubist Fine Art Painting from Java, "Intimacy"$564.99
Passionate color embraces a couple who sit close together. The man plays his guitar as both share a moment of quietude. By Harman, this radiant painting uses cubist style to confer a sensation of universality to the scene. "This is a couple of lovers who have a lifetime promise to be together. They want a peaceful and happy life together, just as a rhythm and melody of a guitar go hand in hand," the artist says.
Woman with Croton Leaves Painting, "Nymph with a Croton"$1,309.99
Colorful croton leaves part to reveal a beautiful woman who seems at one with nature. Dreamlike, she awakens to the morning breeze that gently caresses her nude body and rustles the foliage. Theus depicts a garden nymph in this elegant nature study.
Titled "Ninfa con croton" in Spanish.
Original Signed Amazon Theme Oil on Canvas Painting, "Amazons"$1,899.99
Daughters of the nymph Harmonia, the Amazons of Greek mythology were Scythian warrior women. Their name derives from Amazon Island in the Back Sea, first described in by Apollonius of Rhodes. Invoking their presence, Theus depicts them as ghostly silhouettes amid surging blue waters, colorful petals and bright croton leaves. The Peruvian artist works in luminous oils on canvas.
Titled "Amazonas" in Spanish.
Original Signed Acrylic Painting of a Dancer from Java, "Dancing with Passion"$509.99
Elaborately dressed in traditional style, a woman demonstrates grace and beauty. Harman depicts a Javanese dancer in passionate colors. "Dancing is a lovely movement of the body with traditional music, guided by the rhythm," the artist says. "Then the body follows the musical beat, making the dance look beautiful."