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Paintings For Sale
Color:  Blue
Ikebana, Original painting, Nature, Floral, Elegant, Blue, white, Flowers, Calm
Located in Deddington, GB
This is a one off artwork created for the English country side drawing room. Growing up in Middle Asia I was greatly influenced by the Eastern aesthetics. As I lived and traveled acr...
Category

2010s Contemporary Paintings

Materials

Canvas, Oil

Islands Goddess 2 - Mixed Media by Anna Stern - 2022
Located in Roma, IT
Lying boldly on an Indonesian beach, a woman, larger than life, embraces her naked form, adorned with gummy bears. Against the backdrop of crashing waves, she radiates confidence and...
Category

2010s Contemporary Paintings

Materials

Mixed Media

Migration The Story of Two, Pilgrimage, Oil Painting, Landscape, Abstract
Located in Deddington, GB
This is a 2022-2024 development on my signature collection, Migration - oversized clouds I started making in 2016. The subject has shifted towards more romantic development. It's a m...
Category

2010s Contemporary Paintings

Materials

Canvas, Oil

Blue Dog
Located in Metairie, LA
Blue Dog by George Rodrigue, 1995, oil or acrylic on canvas, 14x11 unframed, offered framed. (#95101) A stunning original Blue Dog in a pa...
Category

1990s Paintings

Materials

Canvas, Oil, Acrylic

Calm Sea - (abstract, seascape, abstracted, abstract seascape
Located in London, GB
This original acrylic on canvas stretched painting presents acclaimed artist Vian Borchert’s abstract blue seascape. The square sized medium size painting showcases varying hues and ...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Paintings

Materials

Acrylic

Confined Love
Located in Ibadan, Oyo
Shipping Procedure FREE Shipping Worldwide Ships in a well-protected tube from Nigeria This work is unique, not a print or other type of copy. Accompanied by a Certificate of Authent...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Paintings

Materials

Canvas, Mixed Media

Cobalt Green Escape One
Located in Toronto, ON
Kal Mansur employs a palette knife to build a textured terrain from impasto layers of paint. The surface is washed over with translucent glazes, with liquid pooling in valleys and fa...
Category

2010s Abstract Paintings

Materials

Epoxy Resin, Acrylic

Symmetrical and mirror in the center oil on canvas painting still life
Located in Barcelona, Barcelona
Francesc Todó (1922-2016) - Symmetrical and mirror in the center - Oil on canvas Oil measures 73x60 cm. Frameless. Tortosa, Tarragona, 1922 - Les Borges del Camp, Tarragona, 2016 Artist of engravings, monotypes, drawings and paintings. After a conventional post-impressionist period of schematic figures and another of painting complex and careful machines that are in tune with social art...
Category

1970s Constructivist Paintings

Materials

Canvas, Oil

Peach Light - abstract, blue, lines painting canvas
Located in London, GB
This painting embodies Vian Borchert’ signature early abstract expressionist work where texture and heavy pigment is utilized to symbolize depth and mystery. The warm peach light...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Paintings

Materials

Canvas, Acrylic

Nighttime Fireworks Flaring, Nocturnal Skyline, Abstract Lights in White & Blue
Located in Barcelona, ES
This is an exclusive handprinted limited edition cyanotype. "Nighttime Firework Flaring" is a beautiful cyanotype of the New Years Eve Fireworks Lights. Details: + Title: Nighttime ...
Category

2010s Abstract Expressionist Paintings

Materials

Mixed Media, Photogram, Emulsion, Watercolor, Photographic Paper, Monopr...

Glowing Fireworks Lights, Electric Blue and White Abstract Shapes, Cyanotype
Located in Barcelona, ES
This is an exclusive handprinted limited edition cyanotype. "Glowing Fireworks Lights" is a beautiful cyanotype of the New Years Eve Fireworks Lights. Details: + Title: Glowing Fire...
Category

2010s Abstract Paintings

Materials

Emulsion, Photogram, Mixed Media, Watercolor, Photographic Paper, Lithog...

Paper Landscape abstract seascape made in Italy by Marilina Marchica
Located in Agrigento, AG
PaperLandscape mixed media on cotton canvas 40x50 cm 2020 PaperLandscape is a series of artworks inspired by landscape and nature, nature and the passage change over time, we change...
Category

2010s Abstract Paintings

Materials

Canvas, Oil, Acrylic

Cobalt Pink Escape One
Located in Toronto, ON
Kal Mansur employs a palette knife to build a textured terrain from impasto layers of paint. The surface is washed over with translucent glazes, with liquid pooling in valleys and fa...
Category

2010s Abstract Paintings

Materials

Epoxy Resin, Acrylic

Eye of the Sparrow
Located in Ibadan, Oyo
Painting Ships in a well-protected tube from Nigeria This work is unique, this is not a print or other type of copy. Signed on the front side and accompanied by a Certificate of Auth...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Paintings

Materials

Charcoal, Canvas, Acrylic

Yellow Neutra House, Richard Neutra Architectural Painting, Hockney inspired art
Located in Deddington, GB
This is a painting from my architectural series of works. I love this Richard Neutra house and enjoyed painting it and adding my style with sun loungers and various cacti and a limit...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Modern Paintings

Materials

Canvas, Oil

Rio
Located in Fairfield, CT
Artist Statement Nothing But Neon, 2021 I see beauty in old neon signs. I have always been fascinated by the glow inside the hand-bent, glass tubes. I enjoy the sculptural, mechan...
Category

2010s Photorealist Paintings

Materials

Canvas, Oil

Sunset, Seascape, Original oil Painting on Linen, Framed
Located in Granada Hills, CA
Artist: Karen Darbinyan Work: Original Oil Painting, Handmade Artwork, One of a Kind Medium: Oil on Linen, Year: 2021 Style: Impressionism Subject: Sunset, Size: 17.5" x 23.5" x 0.8...
Category

2010s Academic Paintings

Materials

Canvas, Oil

Near to Cliffs, Seascape, Original oil Painting, Framed
Located in Granada Hills, CA
Artist: Karen Darbinyan Work: Original Oil Painting, Handmade Artwork, One of a Kind Medium: Oil on Linen, Year: 2021 Style: Impressionism Subject: Near to Cliffs, Size: 15.5" x 21....
Category

2010s Academic Paintings

Materials

Canvas, Oil

Small Christ 2 - 21st Century, Figurative Art, Blue, Contemporary, Painting
Located in Baden-Baden, DE
Small Christ 2, 2010 Acrylic on canvas (Signed on reverse) 7 9/10 H × 7 9/10 W in. 20 H × 20 W cm In the series of works "Small Christ", Alexandru Rădvan questions the human dimensi...
Category

2010s Contemporary Paintings

Materials

Canvas, Acrylic

Modus 7 - Colourful Geometric Abstraction: Oil on Canvas
Located in London, GB
Colin Lawson says "I work primarily with oil on canvas. Attention to detail, precision, and accuracy in the application of pigment is my main concern when constructing the surface of...
Category

2010s Abstract Geometric Paintings

Materials

Canvas, Oil

Modus 3 - Colourful Geometric Abstraction: Oil on Canvas
Located in London, GB
Colin Lawson says "I work primarily with oil on canvas. Attention to detail, precision, and accuracy in the application of pigment is my main concern when constructing the surface of...
Category

2010s Abstract Geometric Paintings

Materials

Canvas, Oil

The couple by Franck Chabry - Oil on canvas 49x70 cm
Located in Geneva, CH
Work on paper Frame in wood moldings and gilded plaster with glass pane 64,5 x 85 x 3 cm
Category

Late 20th Century Surrealist Paintings

Materials

Oil

Cornish oil painting, British 20th Century abstract by Carl Jaycock
Located in Petworth, West Sussex
Carl Jaycock (British, b. 1963) Sea light Signed and dated ‘C JAYCOCK 85’ (lower right) Oil on board 24 x 24 in. (61 x 61 cm.) Cornwall based Jaycock has...
Category

Late 20th Century Abstract Paintings

Materials

Oil, Board

Japanese Contemporary Art by Fusako Ekuni - Into the Light
Located in Paris, IDF
Artwork made with pigment (Iwaenogu), glue & water on cotton paper (Washi) marouflaged on Japanese wooden panel Fusako Ekuni is a Japanese artist born in 1947 and who lives & works ...
Category

2010s Abstract Paintings

Materials

Glue, Panel, Pigment, Wood Panel

Song Walking, Original Contemporary Blue and White Mixed Media Diptych Painting
Located in Boston, MA
Song Walking, Original Contemporary Blue and White Mixed Media Diptych Paintings, 2021 40" x 30" x 2" (HxWxD) each, Watercolor, Acrylic, + Marker on Wood ...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Impressionist Paintings

Materials

Mixed Media, Wood Panel

Abstract_Blue/Purple/Yellow_Gloss on Panel_Dots_Anthony Hunter, 61 Deep
Located in 326 N Coast Hwy. | Laguna Beach, CA
Anthony Hunter 61 Deep Abstract Painting Gloss on Panel 60 x 75 inches, piece can be vertical or horizontal Anthony Hunter was born in Lancashire, England 1987. He graduated from Leeds Metropolitan University in 2009 from the ‘Contemporary Art Course’ where he worked collaboratively with his twin brother focusing on painting and a little bit of performance. After graduating, Anthony and his brother landed a job sitting for Damien Hirst at the exhibition 'POP LIFE' at Tate Modern, London, which involved them sitting underneath a pair of Hirst’s spot paintings...
Category

2010s Abstract Paintings

Materials

Canvas, Oil

Pacific Sunset Waves, Contemporary Cyanotype on Paper, Navy Blue, Beach House
Located in Barcelona, ES
This is an exclusive handprinted limited edition cyanotype. "Pacific Sunset Waves" is an original cyanotype that abstractly shows the sunset reflections on the sea. Details: + Titl...
Category

2010s Realist Paintings

Materials

Mixed Media, Photogram, Emulsion, Watercolor, Photographic Paper, Monopr...

Vagueness of Memory: mid-century modern style geometric painting, violet & blue
Located in Bryn Mawr, PA
"The Vagueness of Memory" is a contemporary mid-century modern style abstract acrylic on canvas painting, with geometric lines and squares in varying shades of blue, Pantone's Color-of-the Year "very peri", and lilac with a mid-century modern aesthetic. It also reads like and aerial view or bird's eye view landscape. It is signed on front and back. All hanging hardware attached, no additional framing necessary. Every purchase comes with a free, hardcover copy of the beautiful illustrated new book, "Joseph McAleer...
Category

2010s Abstract Paintings

Materials

Canvas, Acrylic

"Ocean II, " Coastal Oil Painting
Located in Westport, CT
This original oil painting depicts a rolling wave crashing onto an ocean shoreline. The viewer has the view of the wave from an angle, with the wave running the length of the paintin...
Category

2010s Realist Paintings

Materials

Oil, Linen

Villa Olivos with Oil on Canvas, Painting by Karen Lynn
Located in Deddington, GB
Villa Olivos by Karen Lynn [2021] This is a painting from my modernist pool series of paintings. In this particular painting I loved the shape of the kidney shaped pool and I placed...
Category

2010s Contemporary Paintings

Materials

Canvas, Oil

"Fruita Barn" Acrylic Painting
Located in Denver, CO
Justin Wheatley's "Fruita Barn" is an original, handmade acrylic painting.
Category

2010s Contemporary Paintings

Materials

Canvas, Acrylic

Marilyn In Terry Cloth Robe Norma Jean
By George Torjussen
Located in Lake Worth Beach, FL
Marilyn In Terry Cloth Robe, Norma Jean large paintig. Acrylic on artist shaped D2 canvas and wood panel. George Torjussen was born in Brooklyn, NYC in 1932...
Category

2010s Pop Art Paintings

Materials

Cotton Canvas, Acrylic

This Must Be Illegal
Located in Dallas, TX
HelioBray's latest work, titled "This must be Illegal," is a stunning fusion of his urban intervention style and the intricacies of composite paint. The piece showcases the artist's ...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Paintings

Materials

Acrylic, Pigment, Cotton Canvas, Spray Paint

Friday Night in Chantereines
Located in PARIS, FR
Shane Wolf is an American artist born in 1976 in Cincinnati. A first university career in graphic design led him to work for major French industrial brands....
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Paintings

Materials

Chalk, Charcoal

VERDEROSSORUBINO
Located in Roma, RM
VERDEROSSORUBINO 1990 Vynil on canvas cm 130 x 160 Signed lower left: Accardi ‘90 Work registered with the Archivio Accardi Sanfilippo, Rome Photo certificate i...
Category

1990s Italian School Paintings

Materials

Vinyl

Cadaques view Spain seascape oil on canvas painting
Located in Barcelona, Barcelona
Frame size 54x46 cm. Josep Maria Vayreda Canadell Year of birth: 1932 Biography: Member of a family spanish saga of artists, which highlighted Joaquim Vayreda, founder of the so-cal...
Category

1990s Realist Paintings

Materials

Oil, Canvas

Palma Verde by Karen Lynn, Interior, Architecture, Contemporary, Hockney
Located in Deddington, GB
Palma Verde [2021] original and hand signed by the artist oil on canvas Image size: H:100 cm x W:100 cm Complete Size of Unframed Work: H:100 cm x W:100 cm x D:4cm Sold Unframed Please note that insitu images are purely an indication of how a piece may look This is a painting from my architectural series of works. I love to paint modernist architecture and here in this painting I wanted to capture the emerald greens and turquoise blues of the building and sky against the heat and desert colours of the mountains and terrain. I like to paint palm trees cactii and flora and organic shapes and place them against the straight lines of the modern architecture. This painting is painted on a painted side thick edged canvas and is ready to hang. Discover original architectural paintings online with Wychwood Art and in our Oxfordshire art gallery by artist Karen Lynn...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Paintings

Materials

Canvas, Oil

LIBERTY XIV, Painting, Oil on Canvas
Located in Yardley, PA
A large gallery wrapped canvas that can be hung vertically or horizontally. Linen canvas stretched over a robust composite stretcher (constructed with wood and aluminium). The painte...
Category

2010s Realist Paintings

Materials

Oil

Jennifer Lawrence Supreme /// Contemporary Pop Art Large Portrait Actress Model
Located in Saint Augustine, FL
Artist: Jack Graves III (American, 1988-) Title: "Jennifer Lawrence Supreme" Series: Eclecticism *Signed, titled, and dated by Graves on verso Year: ...
Category

2010s Contemporary Paintings

Materials

Acrylic, Canvas

Cuidado! Las ideas son ladronas de sueños, abstract blue dream-like painting
Located in Brooklyn, NY
The title of the work in English: "Careful! Ideas are thieves of dreams" Artist Statement on “Houseplants” series: The following project began towards the end of 2017. The transition from my previous work (abstract expressionist paintings that explored processes related to my athletic practice) may seem spontaneous, but it was something that happened quite naturally for me after an ankle injury I suffered in June of that year. From a very active daily routine I was forced quite abruptly into a sedentary one. While being inactive was a circumstance that made me feel very uncomfortable and uneasy not only physically, but also emotionally, it was one that is so common - and comfortable - for the ever expanding digital society. Without realizing that I was beginning a new body of work I was drawn by a deep urge to painting humans as some sort of inanimate object. A houseplant I thought, a wild organism domesticated. I had a few ideas for the figures in mind and knew the composition would be set in an environment that can neither be recognized as indoor or outdoor, but without clear ideas of the final pieces. Having only rough pencil sketches to start from allowed the work to have elements of spontaneity and life, but also required perseverance to see them through to an unknown end. I experiment directly on the canvas with form and color until the subjects feel right (not necessarily anatomically, but rather aesthetically). Thereon changes continue until, upon stepping away from the work, the sum of its elements evoke a sense of harmony; sometimes on purpose, sometimes by mistake. This is in many ways a continuation of the processes I practiced in my previous work, only applied to a new subject. By embracing mistakes, and responding to aesthetic decisions on the canvas directly the painting begins to form harmony through trial and error, building simultaneously texture and depth, and maintaining an expressive quality. About the artist: Magdalena Paz...
Category

2010s Abstract Paintings

Materials

Canvas, Linen, Charcoal, Acrylic

A flower - XXI Century, Contemporary Figurative Oil painting, Vivid Colors
Located in Warsaw, PL
KAMILA GRUSZECKA ( born in 1989 in Kielce) studied under prof. Leszek Misiak at the Faculty of Painting of the Academy of Fine Arts in Cracow. She received her diploma in 2014. She w...
Category

2010s Contemporary Paintings

Materials

Canvas, Oil

Paradise Of Blue - Large Blue Textural Seascape Ocean Water Swimmers Painting
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Elizabeth Langreiter’s unique mixed media aerial paintings are a delightful escape from reality into a playful and joyful world. Her art often evo...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Paintings

Materials

Mixed Media, Canvas

On A Clear Day (Geometric Abstraction, Minimalism, Josef Albers, Hard Edge)
Located in Kansas City, MO
Susan Kiefer On A Clear Day Oil on Canvas Year: 2022 Size: 36x36x1.35in Signed by hand COA provided Ref.: 924802-1048 Though born and raised in Kansas C...
Category

2010s Modern Paintings

Materials

Canvas, Paint, Oil

"Anonymous Collaborators", Hyper-realistic, oil painting, graffiti landscape
Located in Philadelphia, PA
Original oil painting on canvas by Jessica Hess measuring 30in x 30in. A graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design, Jessica Hess now lives and works in San Francisco, Californ...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Photorealist Paintings

Materials

Canvas, Oil

San Pedro Harbor
Located in New York, NY
It is infrequent, to say the least, that a diagnosis of tuberculosis proves fortuitous, but that was the event, in 1921, that set Paul Starrett Sample on the road to becoming a professional artist. (The best source for an overview of Sample’s life and oeuvre remains Paul Sample: Painter of the American Scene, exhib. cat., [Hanover, New Hampshire: Hood Museum of Art, 1988] with a detailed and definitive chronology by Sample scholar, Paula F. Glick, and an essay by Robert L. McGrath. It is the source for this essay unless otherwise indicated.) Sample, born in Louisville, Kentucky, in 1896 to a construction engineer and his wife, spent his childhood moving with his family to the various locations that his father’s work took them. By 1911, the family had landed in Glencoe, Illinois, settling long enough for Paul to graduate from New Trier High School in 1916. Sample enrolled at Dartmouth College, in Hanover, New Hampshire, where his interests were anything but academic. His enthusiasms included the football and basketball teams, boxing, pledging at a fraternity, and learning to play the saxophone. After the United States entered World War I, Sample, to his family’s dismay, signed on for the Naval Reserve, leading directly to a hiatus from Dartmouth. In 1918 and 1919, Sample served in the U.S. Merchant Marine where he earned a third mate’s license and seriously contemplated life as a sailor. Acceding to parental pressure, he returned to Dartmouth, graduating in 1921. Sample’s undergraduate life revolved around sports and a jazz band he formed with his brother, Donald, two years younger and also a Dartmouth student. In November 1933, Sample summarized his life in a letter he wrote introducing himself to Frederick Newlin Price, founder of Ferargil Galleries, who would become his New York art dealer. The artist characterized his undergraduate years as spent “wasting my time intensively.” He told Price that that “I took an art appreciation course and slept thru it every day” (Ferargil Galleries Records, circa 1900–63, Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, available on line). In 1920, Donald Sample contracted tuberculosis. He went for treatment to the world-famous Trudeau Sanitorium at Saranac Lake, in New York State’s Adirondack Mountains for the prescribed regimen of rest, healthful food, and fresh air. Visiting his brother in 1921, Paul also contracted the disease. Tuberculosis is highly contagious, and had no certain cure before the development of streptomycin in 1946. Even for patients who appeared to have recovered, there was a significant rate of recurrence. Thus, in his letter to Price, Sample avoided the stigma conjured by naming the disease, but wrote “I had a relapse with a bad lung and spent the next four years hospitalized in Saranac Lake.” The stringent physical restrictions imposed by adherence to “the cure” required Sample to cultivate an alternate set of interests. He read voraciously and, at the suggestion of his physician, contacted the husband of a fellow patient for instruction in art. That artist, then living in Saranac, was Jonas Lie (1880–1940), a prominent Norwegian-American painter and an associate academician at the National Academy of Design. Lie had gained renown for his dramatic 1913 series of paintings documenting the construction of the Panama Canal (The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; United States Military Academy, West Point, New York). Primarily a landscape artist, Lie had a particular affinity for scenes with water. His paintings, impressionistic, atmospheric, and brushy, never strayed from a realistic rendering of his subject. Sample regarded Lie as a mentor and retained a lifelong reverence for his teacher. Sample’s early paintings very much reflect Lie’s influence. ` In 1925, “cured,” Sample left Saranac Lake for what proved to be a brief stay in New York City, where his veteran’s benefits financed a commercial art course. The family, however, had moved to California, in the futile hope that the climate would benefit Donald. Sample joined them and after Donald’s death, remained in California, taking classes at the Otis Art Institute in Los Angeles. In Sample’s account to Price, “I couldn’t stomach the practice of painting a lot of High Sierras and desert flowers which seemed to be the only kind of pictures that were sold here so I got a job teaching drawing and painting at the art school of the University of Southern California.” Initially hired as a part-time instructor, Sample progressed to full-time status and ultimately, by the mid-1930s, to the post of Chairman of the Fine Art Department. Sample, however, did not want to wind up as a professor. “Teaching is all right in small doses,” he wrote, “but I have a horror of drifting into being a college professor and nothing more.” At the same time as he taught, Sample began to exhibit his work in a variety of venues at first locally, then nationally. Though he confessed himself “a terrible salesman,” and though occupied with continued learning and teaching, Sample was nonetheless, ambitious. In 1927, he wrote in his diary, “I am eventually going to be a painter and a damned good one. And what is more, I am going to make money at it” (as quoted by Glick, p. 15). In 1928, Sample felt sufficiently solvent to marry his long-time love, Sylvia Howland, who had also been a patient at Saranac Lake. The Howland family were rooted New Englanders and in summertime the Samples regularly traveled East for family reunion vacations. While the 1930s brought serious hardship to many artists, for Paul Sample it was a decade of success. Buttressed by the financial safety net of his teacher’s salary, he painted realist depictions of the American scene. While his work addressed depression-era conditions with a sympathetic eye, Sample avoided the anger and tinge of bitterness that characterized much contemporary realist art. Beginning in 1930, Sample began to exhibit regularly in juried exhibitions at important national venues, garnering prizes along the way. In 1930, Inner Harbor won an honorable mention in the Annual Exhibition of the Art Institute of Chicago. That same year Sample was also represented in a show at the Albright-Knox Gallery in Buffalo and at the Biennial Exhibition of the Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. In 1931, Dairy Ranch won the second Hallgarten Prize at the Annual Exhibition of the National Academy of Design, in New York. Sample also made his first appearances at the Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh, and The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia. In 1936, Miner’s Resting won the Temple Gold Medal at the Pennsylvania Academy’s Annual Exhibition. Always interested in watercolor, in 1936, Sample began to send works on paper to exhibitions at the Whitney Museum, New York. While participating in juried exhibitions, Sample also cultivated commercial possibilities. His first New York art dealer was the prestigious Macbeth Gallery in New York, which included his work in a November 1931 exhibition. In 1934, Sample joined the Ferargil Galleries in New York, after Fred Price arranged the sale of Sample’s Church Supper to the Michele and Donald D’Amour Museum of Fine Arts in Springfield, Massachusetts. In 1937, The Metropolitan Museum of Art purchased Sample’s Janitor’s Holiday from the annual exhibition of the National Academy of Design, a notable honor. As prestigious as this exhibition schedule may have been, by far Sample’s most visible presence in the 1930s and 1940s was the result of his relationship with Henry Luce’s burgeoning publishing empire, Time, Inc. Sample’s first contribution to a Luce publication appears to have been another San Pedro...
Category

20th Century American Modern Paintings

Materials

Canvas, Oil

Due Venti
By Jean-Paul Mallozzi
Located in Philadelphia, PA
Original oil painting by Jean-Paul Mallozzi measuring 27.75in x 21.625. Jean-Paul Mallozzi was born and raised in Queens NYC, and received a scholarship...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Paintings

Materials

Wood Panel, Oil

ST BARTH Vivid Realistic Beach Scene with Rocks and Waves
Located in Surfside, FL
Genre: Realism Subject: Landscape Medium: Oil Surface: Canvas Country: Italy Dimensions: 31 3/4" x 47 1/4" x 3/4" Dimensions w/Frame: 33" x 48 1/4" As part of his St. Barth series, Aguzzi delivers another retreat for the spectator. This window into island life seeks to extend the tranquil nature of the ocean to its audience. The artists realistic perspective is demonstrated through the paintings blue palette, smooth sand, and painterly rocks. Aguzzi creates a tropical harmony by combining the Caribbeans earthy elements. FABIO AGUZZI Lombardi, b. 1953 Born in Lombardy in 1953, Fabio Aguzzi is an accomplished painter whose mastery of light is apparent in his distinct still lifes, portraits, and landscapes. Aguzzi took an interest in art at an early age. After sketching an impressive reproduction of Raphael's "The Duke of Montefeltro" in the margins of his schoolwork notebook, his teacher took the drawing to Aguzzi's father, Lino, and insisted the boy pursue artistic studies at Brera. Lino, a hobbyist painter himself, recognized and supported his son's talent. Aguzzi left his home in Vidigulfo to study at Brera School in Milan. From there, he entered the Academy of Fine Arts (where he would later teach). Here, he studied sculpture under the tutelage of Alik Cavaliere and painting with Vincenzo Ferrari. He also worked as an assistant to Annibale Biglione in his studio. In the 1960s, Aguzzi began to teach while becoming a prolific painter. During this time, he opened his first exhibitions displaying...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Paintings

Materials

Canvas, Oil

Safe Place - Oil Paint by Simona Zecca - 2022
Located in Roma, IT
"Safe Place" is an oil on canvas painting with gold leaf and acrylic paste, cm 80x120. Music is the woman's safe place, just like her arms are for her beloved guitar. The guitar mod...
Category

2010s Contemporary Paintings

Materials

Canvas, Oil

Large Scale Gestural Figurative Abstract Expressionist Surrealist Oil Painting
By Matthew Carone
Located in Surfside, FL
Artist: Matt Carone, signed lower right Dated: 1995 Dimensions: 80.25"H x 56.25"L In a fine wooden black and gold gilded frame. Provenance: Freitas Revilla Gallery. Matt Carone (1930-) South Florida artist and gallerist. The Italian- American New Jersey native took up painting in the 1940s after Hans Hoffman asked him to model in a class in which Nicolas Carone, Matt's brother was a student. He has never stopped painting since that seminal experience in Abstract Expressionism. His work reveals a dynamic gestural vocabulary that’s confident, rich in color and texture, and charged with emotion. Matthew Carone opened his famous, influential gallery on Las Olas Boulevard in Fort Lauderdale in 1959, and in the following decades, he built a roster that included such artists as Wolf Kahn, Leon Kroll, Wifredo Lam, and the great Chilean surrealist Roberto Matta. Meanwhile, Carone quietly continued his own work as a painter, urged on by Matta on his many visits to the area. His works range from pure abstract expressionist painting to figurative expressionism to an almost Surrealist calligraphic abstraction. Carone lived with and posed for Hans Hoffman, and was friends with Roberto Matta, Conrad Marca-Relli, Paul Jenkins, Franz Kline and Wolf Kahn. His paintings, according to Palm Beach Post art critic Gary Schwan, “reveal a spontaneity that recalls the automatic writing of the surrealists. The figures radiate motion, tension and sexual heat in contained spatial constructions.” This painting depicts nude figures reminiscent of the nudes in the famous Pablo Picasso painting Demoiselle D'avignon. His later paintings, perhaps closer to Jackson Pollock or Cy Twombly than Matta’s animated stick figures and skeletal machines, step toward the path of patterned abstraction without venturing onto it. Like Pollock, whose lyrical loops carried the private rhythms of an artist enamored of dance, and Twombly, whose staccato, sketchy lines reflect a different temperament, Carone’s inspirations flow directly from a subconscious informed by a lifetime of association with some of the century’s most important artists and their works. Not only is Carone identified with the pioneer generation of Abstract Expressionists, but also critics have seen affinities with Surrealism in his work, as well as development parallel to those of the CoBrA group.” Earlier paintings by Carone, an accomplished musician and violinist, often suggest ensembles of musical instruments, particularly those with strings. Like the drip paintings of Pollock, these works, with their powerful sense of movement and lyrical compositions, sometimes seem like musical passages captured on canvas or paper. SELECT ONE PERSON SHOWS Boca Raton Museum of Art, Boca Raton, FL Palazzo Panni Museum, Arco di Trento, Italy Fox-Martin Gallery, Housatonic, MA Lurie Galleries, Boca Raton, FL ArtSpace/Virginia Miller Galleries, Coral Gables (Miami), Florida Georgetown College, Georgetown, Kentucky Schramm Galleries, Fort Lauderdale, Florida Granville Galleries, Coral Gables, Florida Coral Ridge Yacht Club, Fort Lauderdale, Florida Museum of Art, Fort Lauderdale, Florida The Gallery, Fort Lauderdale, Florida Gallery 99, Bay Harbour Island, Florida Mercer University, Macon, Georgia P.N.Y.K. Gallery, Kent, Connecticut Simons Rock College of Bard, Great Barrington, Massachusetts Freites-Revilla Gallery, Boca Raton, Florida GROUP SHOWS Museum of Art, Fort Lauderdale, Florida Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach, Florida Schramm Galleries, Fort Lauderdale, Florida Roko Gallery, New York, New York Loft Gallery, Coral Gables Florida Lowe Art Museum, Coral Gables, Florida Brandeis Art Festival, Palm Beach, Florida Drawing Exhibition, Museum of Art, Fort Lauderdale, Florida Ute Stebich Gallery, Lenox, Massachusetts Florida Pavilion, New York World's Fair, 1965 The Lantern Gallery, Ann Arbor, Michigan The Little Gallery, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Tampa Bay Art...
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1990s Abstract Expressionist Paintings

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Canvas, Oil

'Red, ' by XVALA, Acrylic, Oil Stick and Spray Paint on Canvas Painting
Located in Oklahoma City, OK
This large scale 76" x 90" mixed media canvas painting by XVALA features a Basquiat-style large red creature predominantly placed on the canvas against a light blue background. Other colors include varying blues, golds and black. Acrylic paint, spray paint and oil stick were used on a linen canvas. XVALA's art illuminates the hidden fallout spawned from our high tech Internet age. His 'Fear Google' campaign exposed the decay of privacy and 'No Delete' used hacked nude celebrity photos to highlight loss of control over personal information. The artist has worked with trash from the homes of Mark Zuckerberg, Steve Jobs, and others, as well as dirt from the graves of George Orwell and Aldous Huxley. The dirt appears in the New World Order collection as part of a pyramidal, 3D printed, living ant farm...
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Early 2000s Contemporary Paintings

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Canvas, Oil Crayon, Spray Paint, Acrylic

Chopstick - Paint by Emmett Graham - 2021
Located in Roma, IT
Oil on Canvas realized by Emmett Graham in 2021. The painting was created from a photograph. The photograph was a spontaneous picture capturing the innocence, carefree fun and inq...
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2010s Contemporary Paintings

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Canvas, Oil

Mulher Verde, Oil Painting by Menelaw Sete
Located in Long Island City, NY
A portrait of a woman in green with her arms outstretched towards the sky. In a cubist style the arms and colors create a tropical feel to this composition.
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Early 2000s Cubist Paintings

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Oil

Half Moon Blues (Geometric Abstraction, Minimalism, Josef Albers, Hard Edge)
Located in Kansas City, MO
Artist : Susan Kiefer Title : Half Moon Blues Materials : oil on canvas Date : April 2020 Dimensions : 48" x 48" x 1.5" Though born and raised in Kansas City, artist Susa...
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2010s Abstract Paintings

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Canvas, Paint, Oil

"Still Life for a Human Epoch" Oil Painting
Located in Denver, CO
Robin Hextrum's "Still Life for a Human Epoch" is an original, handmade oil painting that features a still life of fruit, Peony's and artifacts of wealth floating on icebergs in an ...
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2010s Surrealist Paintings

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Oil, Canvas

You Will Always Be The One - Large Blue Waterscape Ocean Landscape Painting
Located in Los Angeles, CA
The textural aerial ocean and beach scene paintings of Elizabeth Langreiter are a delightful escape from reality into a playful and joyful world. ...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Paintings

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Mixed Media, Canvas

Night Bloom- Abstract Geometric Contemporary Modern Oil Painting on Canvas
Located in New York, NY
Medium Sized Abstract Geometric Oil Painting on Canvas. BIO: Carrie Johnson was born in Kansas City, Missouri, and grew up in the Chicago suburbs. She ...
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21st Century and Contemporary Abstract Paintings

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Canvas, Oil

Newport Blues, Original Impressionist Landscape Painting
Located in Boston, MA
Newport Blues, Original Impressionist Landscape Painting Original impressionist style landscape painting​ 72 x 48 x 1.5 inches Oil on canvas Original artwork signed by the artist Artwork is unframed Textural seascape painting inspired by ocean waves on a windy day. This piece was created using only palette knives. Ann Marie Coolick...
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21st Century and Contemporary Impressionist Paintings

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Acrylic

Tell Me About It, Original Contemporary Abstract Painting
Located in Boston, MA
Tell Me About It, Original Contemporary Abstract Painting 60x48 (HxW), Oil Paint This painting belongs to my series Awareness At the beginning of the series I was curious about “bra...
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21st Century and Contemporary Abstract Paintings

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Oil

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Cave walls were the canvases for what were arguably the world’s first landscape paintings, which depict natural scenery through art. Portrait paintings and drawings, which, along with sculpture, were how someone’s appearance was recorded prior to the advent of photography, are at least as old as Ancient Egypt. In the Netherlands, landscapes were a major theme for painters as early as the 1500s. Later, artists in Greece, Rome and elsewhere created vast wall paintings to decorate stately homes, churches and tombs. Today, creating a wall of art is a wonderful way to enhance your space, showcase beautiful pieces and tie an interior design together.

No matter your preference, whether you favor Post-Impressionist paintings, animal paintings, Surrealism, Pop art or another movement or specific period, arranging art on a blank wall allows you to evoke emotions in a room while also showing off your tastes and interests. A symmetrical wall arrangement may comprise a grid of four to six pieces or, for an odd number of works, a horizontal row. Asymmetrical arrangements, which may be small clusters of art or large, salon-style gallery walls, have a more collected and eclectic feel. Download the 1stDibs app, which includes a handy “View on Wall” feature that allows you to see how a particular artwork will look on a particular wall, and read about how to arrange wall art. And if you’re searching for the perfect palette for your interior design project, what better place to turn than to the art world’s masters of color?

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