Seascapes Paintings(107 items)
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I just received The Lost Fishermen and I love it. This artwork arrived quickly to the United States and looks just like the photo online. It is beautiful up close and from a distance, and draws lots of attention from visitors. Definitely worth the purchase.
Arnab Das Original paintings in watercolors and oils
"Painting fascinates me because I don't need words to express my feelings."
Popular Seascapes Paintings
Original Blue Fish Painting in Oils on Canvas from Peru, "Rainbow Fish"$5,289.99
Hovering near the ocean floor, fish seem to converse in hushed voices. Theus creates a sensation of wonder in a magical world of the imagination. Bubbles refract the light filtering down from the surface. The Peruvian artist alludes to the story of a beautiful fish with scales in a rainbow of colors. One day, a small blue fish asked for one of the colorful scales. But Rainbow Fish said no and treated Little Blue Fish badly. All the other fish shunned Rainbow Fish until a wise old octopus advised him to give one pretty scale to each of the other fish. Rainbow Fish did so. He no longer had his colors but he had many, many friends.
Titled "El pez arcoiris" in Spanish.
Signed Realist Maritime Painting from Peru, "Paradise in Altamar"$419.99
Teodoro Reque Liza offers this charming and enigmatic scene, inspired by the boats of Peru's northern coast. Painting in a realist style, Tedodoro depicts a group of boats huddled together on the or "high seas." In the background, hues of yellow and blue are blurred together as rays of light climb towards the sky, creating a dreamlike aesthetic.
Signed Expressionist Boat Painting from Peru, "Twilight"$819.99
Capturing a twilight scene on the water, Peruvian artist Teodoro Reque Liza paints this beautiful composition. Groups of sailboats sit clustered atop the water, bathed in the light of the setting sun. Teodoro paints in an expressionist style, capturing the bending light in subtle geometric shapes and the waves of the ocean with small lines.
Surreal Man on Bike with Fish Etched Print Limited Edition, "Facing the Wave"$189.99
Exploring the depths of surrealism, Marina Pallares depicts a man cycling on a velocipede in front of huge waves. As he moves forward he reveals the presence of fish, a stingray, starfish, a turtle, an octopus and other marine creatures that seem to swim toward the heavens.
Titled "De frente a la ola" in Spanish.