Impressionist Oil Paintings(85 items)
Welcome to our Impressionist Oil Painting Gallery! We hope you enjoy exploring our impressionist oil paintings below:
Edy Mayor Original oil paintings
"My father has always been my best teacher… I admire him so much and I'm proud to have learned from the best."
"My father is a painter and I watched him from the time I was a small child. I loved to see him mixing colors and creating images of landscapes and... read more
Popular Impressionist Oil Paintings
Impressionist Painting of Tomayquichua Village in Peru, "Tomayquichua"$249.99
Reveling in the quaint beauty of the village of Tomayquichua, Peruvian artisan Teodoro Reque Liza paints this tranquil scene. He works in an impressionist style, capturing the stucco, ceramic-tiled houses that are framed against two great hills. Two townspeople and three llamas casually make their way through the quiet village streets.
Original Painting Canvas Art Signed, "August Second"$1,699.99
"To me, sunflowers are the most beautiful of all the flowers. That's why August is my favorite time of the year, it's when they are in full bloom in Peru," says Theus, who explains the title of the painting is reference to the day he painted it.
Titled "Dos de agosto" in Spanish.
Signed Impressionist Painting of the Peruvian Amazon, "Aesthetic Window"$249.99
Inspired by the beauty of the Amazon rainforest, Peruvian artist Teodoro Reque Liza paints an aesthetic composition to add to your home decor. This painting features an impressionist style used to depict a small copse of trees that serves as a window to the Amazon. Through the trees, you can see the orange glow of the setting sun over a lake. in Spanish.
Impressionist Painting (2005), "Encounter of Two Oceans"$509.99
Theus recalls a time when fish could fly and birds could swim, conjuring that magical moment in a glowing abstract. Radiant, bright goldfish mingle with soft doves in a serene world of the mind. Feathers and scales meld with sea and sky. "Imagine that past world, imagine this present world," the artist says. "Imagine the world of the future."
Titled "Encuentro de dos océanos" in Spanish.
Impressionist Oil Paintings
Artists tend to avoid black or earth colors to preserve the luminous characteristic of impressionist oil paintings – sometimes painting directly over the canvas as opposed to mixing colors on a palette. They tend to apply textural dabs of color in a technique known as impasto.
The gallery of impressionist oil paintings at Novica features a wealth of subjects, as modern-day artists from across the world master the impressionist style and techniques. They proudly share their country's natural beauty through flora and fauna paintings as well as the uniqueness of their historic temples and buildings with architectural paintings.