Orange and Yellow Paintings(156 items)
Welcome to Novica's Orange Painting Gallery! We hope you enjoy exploring our orange & yellow paintings below:
Sunil Jaiswal Original paintings
"I was so fascinated by the beauty of art that I couldn't deny the fact that I was in love with it…. My wife is also an artist and she inspires me a lot."
Popular Orange and Yellow Paintings
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.
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 Landscape Painting of a Lake from Peru, "Afternoon of Inspiration"$439.99
Filled with inspiration one afternoon, Peruvian artist Teodoro Reque Liza paints this paradisiacal composition. He works with oil on canvas in a realist style, capturing the golden and pink hues of the setting sun as its light graces a lake in the middle of the jungle. in Spanish.
'Baianas in Dance Evolution'
Dressed in ample skirts and fancy turbans, myriad (women from Bahia) crowd the streets dancing to the beat of the Carnival. As their dances evolve, they inspire this energetic composition by Rubens Andrade. He paints with acrylics, mixing a palette of colors in which yellow proffers festive energy.
Titled "Baianas em evolução" in Portuguese.
The Orange Painting
Color affects moods, and artists convey many different feelings through the palette they select. An energetic color, orange evokes excitement. It takes its name from the fruit and, in Hindu thought, represents the second chakra. According to psychics, an orange aura represents intellectual ambition. In the Thai solar calendar, yellow is associated with Monday, and to the ancient Maya, it denoted "South." A highly visible color, yellow creates a happy, sunny ambience.
Novica's collection of orange paintings showcases a wide variety of styles. Cooled with green, the fiery tones permeate K. Baka's African landscapes and portrait paintings. Rawat Vongla surrounds Buddha images with a halo of golden light in reference to the master's state of spiritual enlightenment. Peruvian artist Elizabeth Rodriguez combines orange and yellow with ardent red for geometric canvases of incandescent beauty. Her abstract oil paintings are complex and compelling. India's Sadhana paints the Hindu deity Ganesha in warm, glowing tones, and Ida Ratna Ningrum uses yellow and orange to evoke Balinese sunshine. Elephant artists such as Look and Wannalee often work in yellow and orange; their paintings make beautiful and unique gifts.
We hope you enjoy their warmth as you explore our original orange paintings from around the world!