People and Portraits Print Paintings(52 items)
Welcome to the People and Portraits Print 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 People and Portraits Print Paintings
Signed Animal-Themed Surrealist Giclee Print from Mexico, "The Mirror"$227.99
Hoping to characterize an imaginary person, Mexican artist Laura Villanueva presents an enrapturing, surrealist composition that draws from her emotions and imagination. With vintage wallpaper, a room is furnished with a red chair, two boots, and small clouds. A mirror is hung on the wall, serving as a magical window from which peeks the head of a goat. This mysterious, thought-provoking composition is offered as a limited edition giclee print. in Spanish.
Surrealist Print of a Girl with a Bird and Cat from Mexico, "Box of Memories"$227.99
Against a blue background depicting an elephant and a fish, a red-haired girl with leafy wings holds a box alongside a hummingbird. By Mexican artist Laura Villanueva, this limited-edition surrealist print is complete with a flying bird cage, a white cat, and a red pair of boots. in Spanish.
Signed Surrealist Print from Mexico, "Esteem"$89.99
In this surrealist composition by Mexican artists Francisco, Patricia and Gilberto, the profile of a man is portrayed, his face distorted as if wearing a mask. The subject is framed against an abstract, angular background. Working in the tradition of printmaking, the artists first etch the image into a metal sheet before applying it to paper with ink. Part of a limited edition, this print arrives within a paper mat. in Spanish.
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.