Sun and Moon Paintings(36 items)
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Featured Review on Sun and Moon Paintings
Source Of Life
This work by Manni Defgum is a wonderful piece of art. I am giving this to my friends who are from the state of Kerala in India for their wedding anniversary. The vibrance of Mannis painting is exquisite. I was attracted to this painting the moment I saw it. I know my friends who live in Ohio are going to be thrilled with this Madhubani art from their home country.
"I moved to a small city to study art with my parents' full support. They said to me, 'whatever you want to do, you do it with love and with your heart.'"
Popular Sun and Moon Paintings
Surrealist Painting Print of a Heart with a Moon from Mexico, "Paper Moon"$174.99
Floating on the dark sea, the crescent moon caresses a beating heart within its form. This striking, surrealist composition is presented by Mexican artist Alejandro Camacho. He utilizes a traditional printing technique, etching the design into resin and applying it with black ink. Part of a limited edition series, this work arrives on a mat board passe-partout. in Spanish.
Fruit-Themed Signed Surrealist Print from Mexico, "Half Horizons"$227.99
For an intriguing and whimsical addition to your home, this limited-edition surrealist print depicts a girl standing atop half of an apple with wings. She girl gazes at several more apples in the distance that lead toward the crescent moon. in Spanish.
Sun-Themed Madhubani Painting from India, "Glorious Morning"$79.99
Bathing flowers, plants, and fish with its glow, the sun smiles serenely in this folk art composition. Indian artist Nitin Kumar Jha paints this intricate and reverent composition in the Madhubani style, a technique that explores themes of nature and Hinduism and is traditionally reserved for women.
Signed Indian Madhubani Folk Art Painting of the Sun, "Mithila Rising Sun"$47.99
Hanging low in the sky as though resting in the branches of a tree, three bright orbs center this composition. Devendra Kumar Jha depicts the Indian deity god of the sun; his father is the sky god, and his wife is goddess of dawn. The artist creates an exquisite painting in the ancient Madhubani style, using natural colors on handmade paper. Originating in northern Bihar, Madhubani painting was once used to decorate the floors and walls of homes. Life in harmony with nature is a popular theme for this art style.
As each painting is an individual creation, each is unique. Colors and motifs may vary slightly from that pictured.