Primary or Jewel Colors Paintings(240 items)
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Popular Primary or Jewel Colors Paintings
Signed Original Cubist Fine Art Painting from Java, "Intimacy"$559.99
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.
Original Signed Acrylic Painting of a Dancer from Java, "Dancing with Passion"$507.99
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."
Colorful Painting of a Family at Peace with Nature, "Happy Life"$764.99
A warm breeze ripples red poinciana blossoms in an ambience of cool green. Seated beneath the tree, a mother blissfully embraces her young daughter. The father, smiling, serenades his family with the music of a rebab as Ida Ratna Ningrum paints an exquisite commentary on family ties. "This is an image of a happy family that shows a love of nature, with clean air and away from the busy city," the Javanese artist says.
Modern Surreal Brazilian Art, "Dance of Forms"$499.99
Beautiful landscapes seduce the senses with the enchantment of nature's unspoiled beauty. Superimposed upon them, ribbons of lucid color form an industrialized composition suggesting highways and architectural construction. "This dance of shapes and the planes they inhabit link abstract concepts with the magical reality seen through their windows," Mendes Ferreira explains.
Titled "Dança das Formas" in Portuguese, this painting forms a part of the artist's series "The Eyes: Windows of the Soul."