Cubist Paintings(185 items)
Explore NOVICA's Cubist Paintings Collection. Discover original angular artworks in our unique collection of one-of-a-kind and limited-edition paintings created by the world's finest established and upcoming artists.
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"If I could create a world of my own, I'd call it 'The Land of Colors.'"
"Although I was blessed with a formal education in art, I believe it developed a gift given me at birth. When I was a child, I scribbled on the ground, on leaves and on the walls. But God has brought me this far.... read more
Popular Cubist Paintings
Cultural Cubist Painting from Brazil, "Bahia"$119.99
Vignettes of the Brazilian state of Bahía inspire this woodcut by David da Costa. Gleaming in the tropical sunshine, a church dominates the composition while merchants offer food and drink to passersby. The artist works in serigraphy, also known as the silk screen technique.
Titled "Bahía" in Portuguese.
Multicolored Macaw Painting from Brazil, "Two Macaws"$464.99
Two colorful macaws are joined by a white dove of peace in this original painting from acclaimed Brazilian artist David da Costa. He works in acrylics on canvas to paint the composition, which also features Rio's famed landmark, Sugarloaf Mountain, with its cable car.
Brazilian Acrylic and Crayon Gravure Print of Warrior, "African Warrior"$164.99
Crouching under the blistering desert sun, a brave young African warrior carrying a shield fights for his people. Rui de Oliveira uses acrylic and crayon in this colorful gravure print to create a sense of rapid movement. This Cubist-inspired print conveys the artist's deep reverence for the culture and traditions of Africa.
Brazilian Colorful Gravure Print of Tutsi Family in Acrylic, "Exodus of Tutsi Family"$159.99
Rui de Oliveira masterfully captures sadness, intense fear, and longing in this colorful Cubist-inspired gravure print. A young child clings to his mother, whose intense facial expression exudes immense sorrow. Using acrylics, tempera, crayon, and pastel, he portrays a Tutsi family running from their homeland due to the violence and acts of genocide perpetrated by the Hutu people of Rwanda. in Portuguese.