Expressionist Paintings(1,413 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
Signed Print of Mexican Folk Art Dance Mask, "Mask with a Cross on the Front"$74.99
Mexican artist R. Fabricio uses linoleum block printing techniques to recreate a grisly visage in the style of the Tastoan dance masks. Male dancers take to the streets of Tonala every July 25th, the feast day of St. James, patron saint of Spain and of the Spanish conquest of Mexico. They wear the grotesque masks as a symbol of the fierce and undaunted spirit of the Mexican people in spite of conquest and compromise. The masks quite frequently feature fierce teeth and snakes or insects on the face. The print is part of a limited edition of 50.
Painting of Guatemalan Sunset at the Lake with Volcano, "Atitlan Window"
The setting sun creates a dramatic visual effect over Lake Atitlán and its famous volcanoes in the distance. At the forefront, a vase filled with creates a powerful contrast with their delicate petals and rosy colors. "Imagine having the opportunity to see this beautiful natural view everyday. Those of us who live in the villages surrounding the lake feel very blessed to enjoy this view," exclaims Juan Henry Mendez as he paints with oils and acrylics.
Titled "Ventana de Atitlán" in Spanish.
Cultural Expressionist Painting in Multicolor from Ghana, "Precious Mother"$469.99
Exploring themes of motherhood, Ghanaian artist Luqman Boateng paints this beautifully abstract composition. Portrayed alongside a blue face, a mother and her child intertwine. The artist paints this scene in an expressionist style, saying "Mothers are very precious and must be held in high esteem." At the bottom of the painting, the Adinkra symbol representing the supremacy of God, can be seen.
Monet. Renoir. Degas. Kandinsky. Kokoschka. Schiele. You probably recognize all of the names from the first... read more