Black Paintings(30 items)
Welcome to the Black Painting Gallery at NOVICA.
Andre de Miranda Original drawings and paintings
"I was lucky enough to learn by frequenting great workshops with the best engravers in Brazil."
Popular Black Paintings
Monochrome Painting of Woman Making Banku, "Banku lady"$49.99
Working in a monochrome palette of black and grey, Ghanaian artist K. Baka creates this original painting. The acrylic on cardboard composition depicts a woman making , a traditional Ghanaian dish made from fermented corn and cassava dough. It is generally shaped into a ball and served with soups, stews or sauces.
Signed Heart-Themed Modern Ink Print from Mexico, "Little Chicken Hearts"
Presented by Mexican artist Alejandro Camacho, this striking limited edition print adds a modern and imaginative touch to your home. Against a background of beige, a series of anatomical chicken hearts are realized in black ink, whimsically arranged as if they were the patterns on wall paper. This work is created using a traditional printing technique, where the image is first etched by hand into resin. For the artist, each heart also resembles a tree. in Spanish.
Brazil Signed Abstract Urban Scene Woodcut Print, "Fragmented Landscape"$259.99
Andre de Miranda explores urban architecture in a busy but harmonious ensemble of images. Emerging amid abstract shapes, doorways, windows, grille work, stairs and sloping roofs invite the viewer into a different world. "It is worth mentioning that, in spite of the formal concerns, when I convey an image, I invent the way I accomplish this," the Brazilian artist explains.
He works in the woodcut technique and presents the print in a pH neutral passe-partout.
Titled "Paisagem fragmentada" in Portuguese.
Brazil Signed Woodcut Print in Black and Ochre, "Demolition"$264.99
A powerful, irregular geometry aligns in vertical and horizontal orientations to depict urban architecture. "This woodcut signals a temporary thought, fleeting but of a slower duration," Andre de Miranda says. "In this way, each detail can emerge from the artist's interior, and is adjusted to construct a city. They are details built with accuracy and contribute to the global structure of this urban landscape."
He works in the woodcut technique in black and ochre, and presents the print in a pH neutral passe-partout.
Titled "Demolição" in Portuguese.