People and Portraits Ink Expressionist Paintings(28 items)
Ed Franklin Gavua Natural fiber masks
"In the olden days, masks were not intended as home décor and were regarded as sacred, and at the same time feared by many who associated them with monsters."
"Now I've embarked on a different facet in my life as an artist, making... read more
Popular People and Portraits Ink Expressionist Paintings
Signed Ocean-Themed Expressionist Painting from Ghana, "Help of God"$179.99
Inspired by the power of God, Ghanaian artist Ed Franklin Gavua paints this awe-inspiring expressionist composition. In black and white, the figure of a person seems to distort and transform into a roaring seascape. The artist works with ink on paper, using a razor to create stark outlines and thin white lines that suggest the ocean waves.
Signed Expressionist Painting of People in Black and White, "Everyone is Trying Their..."$174.99
Says Ghanaian artist Ed Franklin Gavua, "In life everyone is trying their best all the time." Keeping this thought in mind, he creates this truly evocative painting. He uses wood to apply black ink onto the white paper, depicting a series of human figures in an expressionist style that plays with shape and space. With a razor blade, the artist executes fine lines that add depth and detail to the composition.
Signed Expressionist Shower Painting from Bali, "Bathroom Singer"$244.99
This painting by Balinese artist Anton Papo is proof that people all over the world like to sing in the shower. Framed against a yellow background, Papo's subject sings under the shower, using a bar of soap as a microphone. The painting reads "bathroom singer."
Signed Expressionist Self Portrait Painting from Bali, "Self Portrait"$244.99
Smiling for the viewer, Balinese artist Anton Papo paints himself in this stunning painting. He works in a characteristic expressionist style with dark tones and angular shapes. The painting reads "self portrait." Says the artist, "I only want to express my heart by painting this portrait of myself. I drew it spontaneously, showing a bit of my narcissistic side. I try to present a face that doesn't look optimistic, yet deep in my heart I feel really optimistic."