Oil Surrealist Paintings(51 items)
Welcome to the Oil Surrealist Painting Gallery at NOVICA.
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Popular Oil Surrealist Paintings
'Your Memory in Me' (2011)
Memories come to mind as images, flooding the senses with nostalgia. Caressed by a breeze that rustles drifting leaves, a graceful nude moves across the canvas. Towering shade trees and golden sunlight complement mysterious shadows that titillate the imagination. Andean artist David Fernández explores his memories of a loved one.
Titled "Tu recuerdo en mi" in Spanish.
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."
Signed Surrealist Husband and Wife Painting from Java (2011), "Husband and Wife as One"$1,974.99
Wearing traditional Javanese clothing, a husband and wife are portrayed as one in this painting by Yuli. He works in a surrealist style, capturing his subjects with excellent detail and dramatic lighting. The husband raises his hands towards the sky while the wife commands water and fire in her open hands. Says Yuli, "In a Javanese family, the role of a man is as a leader or as supporter, a woman as his backbone, and children as passengers; all as one team."
Framed Surreal Painting from Mexico, "Small Destination"$1,064.99
Bold and beautiful, this enigmatic painting contrasts black on yellow and red. Emilio Medeiros works in oils, expertly creating tension, balance and movement. "This is the second version of the concept, and the first was named 'Destination of the Wind.' Therefore, this second painting is named 'Small Destination,'" the Uruguayan artist explains. He depicts birds in flight as they prepare to alight.
The painting arrives in a pinewood frame.Titled "Destino pequeño" in Spanish.