Expressionist Paintings(1,229 items)
Welcome to the Expressionist Painting Gallery at NOVICA.
"The inspiration for my paintings comes from nature, the environment and life experiences. I love the colors and the process I go through when painting."
"I had to drop out of school, which was a very difficult moment. While at home, I was introduced to painting by a friend and took this opportunity to help use my free time wisely. It... read more
Popular Expressionist Paintings
Original Signed Costa Rican Fine Art Flower Painting, "Beneath the Water"$309.99
Flowers seem to sway underwater, propelled by gentle currents in a cool, clear brook. Daughter of a prominent ecologist and his artist wife, Sylvia Fournier shares her deep love of nature in this elegant painting. She calls her technique "photo art," digitally printing one of her original photographs on canvas, then painting over parts of it with acrylics, pastels, chalk and marking pens. The result is mesmerizing.
Titled "Bajo el Agua" in Spanish.
Original Signed Painting of Elephant in Acrylics and Pastel, "Happy Hours II"$989.99
Standing out against a jet black background, this elephant curls its trunk upwards in joy as it smiles at the viewer. Sakchai of Thailand works in acrylics to paint this exquisite side-profile portrait of an elephant, an animal that is respected and honored in Thailand. In his hallmark style, Sakchai uses pastel to draw circular floral designs in radiant colors, giving this elephant a unique accent.
West African Unstretched Acrylic Painting with City Theme, "Makola at Noon II"$187.99
An abstract depiction of a sea of stalls, vendors, and passersby is presented in this painting by Ghanaian artist Kofi B. Awuyah. The Makola Market, a large market place in the country's heavily populated capital city, serves as the inspiration for the acrylic on canvas work. Using expressive brushwork and bright colors such as cantaloupe, fire engine red, and goldenrod, the artist seeks to convey the everyday sight of a sprawling shopping area teeming with people and wares.
Monet. Renoir. Degas. Kandinsky. Kokoschka. Schiele. You probably recognize all of the names from the first... read more