Large Oil Abstract Paintings(29 items)
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Abstract Original Oil Painting (2007), "The Three Forces of Nature"$579.99
Gentle shapes move in a swirling abstract of vibrant color. "This depicts the three forces that dominate our blue planet," Theus says. "Air for the birds, earth for humankind and water for the fish. According to my personal criteria, this painting represents nature and its forces."
Titled "Las tres fuerzas de la naturaleza" in Spanish.
Original Blue Fish Painting in Oils on Canvas from Peru, "Rainbow Fish"$5,339.99
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.
African Women Multicolor Mixed Media Painting, "Duty Line"$927.99
Proud, smiling Ghanaian women appear through a mist of color carrying oversize trays on their heads in this painting by Prince Asher. His use of color is remarkable, masterfully energizing the composition as he paints with oils and acrylics. "This painting is about daily duties that help women and their families survive and persevere," Prince Asher explains.
Peruvian Abstract Painting, "Freedom"$814.99
A female torso, leaves and flowers seem to emerge from an abstract background of quiet beauty. "In this painting, the colors subtly represent memories," Peruvian artist David Fernandez explains. "Time has gone by and opens up to new changes. All forms have a time to convert themselves into something more than a material. And every color, changeable as they are, moves toward the harmonious contemplation of its space."
Titled "Libertad" in Spanish.