Clowns Art For Sale

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Browse 30 Clowns artworks for sale. Contemporary artists: Donald Davenport, Dilyan Dochev, Inge Van Der Meulen, Marvin Teeples, Boyko Asparuhov, Marina Janjic, Ruth Olivar Millan, Jynja Calderon, Lee Roswell, Dana Zivanovits, Mark Struzynski, Elena Mary Siff, Duta Razvan, Jessica Eckert, Lora Hill, Francisco Sillue, Oleg Poberezhnyi, Mairon Almeida offering Clowns artworks. Links to more artworks by these contemporary artists and 2 pages for and further artists at the bottom of this page. To view a work by any of these contemporary artists simply click on the image or browse the artist's portfolio. To buy any Clowns art simply click on the image to go to a more detailed page about this work of art.


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Donald Davenport: 'Clown Girl', 2009 Other, Clowns.  Clown Girl is a 20
, 2009
Clowns - Other
20 x 26 inches (50.8 x 66.0 cm)
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Donald Davenport: 'Two Clowns', 2009 Other, Clowns.  Two Clowns is a 20
, 2009
Clowns - Other
20 x 26 inches (50.8 x 66.0 cm)
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Dilyan Dochev: 'Mummery 2', 2009 Oil Painting, Clowns.     clowns, music, Dilyan Dochev, DiL, art, original                 ...
, 2009
Clowns - Painting
50 x 40 cm (19.7 x 15.7 inches)
Dilyan Dochev: 'Mummery  1', 2009 Oil Painting, Clowns.    clowns, music, Dilyan Dochev, DiL, art, original                ...
, 2009
Clowns - Painting
50 x 40 cm (19.7 x 15.7 inches)
Inge Van Der Meulen: 'Girlpower witchcraft', 2009 Acrylic Painting, Clowns.
Clowns - Painting
24 x 25 cm (9.4 x 9.8 inches)
Marvin Teeples: 'Drippy Clown', 2008 Acrylic Painting, Clowns.  This is a acrylic painting on board. It comes framed. It would be perfect to hang over your bed. Sweet dreams.   ...
Clowns - Painting
16 x 23 inches (40.6 x 58.4 cm)
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Marvin Teeples: 'Oh Hell, The Gangs All Here', 2008 Oil Painting, Clowns.  This oil painting is self explanatory. Close your windows and lock the doors. Looks like the circus is in town.  ...
Clowns - Painting
15 x 30 inches (38.1 x 76.2 cm)
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Marvin Teeples: 'After The Show', 2008 Oil Painting, Clowns.  This oil painting is open to interpretation. Some people see a clown picking up his props after the show, when he is approached by a young fan. He smiles and offers a balloon. Other people see something more sinister. What do you see ?  ...
Clowns - Painting
24 x 30 inches (61.0 x 76.2 cm)
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Boyko Asparuhov: 'Clown', 2008 Oil Painting, Clowns.  original oil on canvas ...
, 2008
Clowns - Painting
16 x 20 inches (40.6 x 50.8 cm)
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Marina Janjic: 'female  clown', 2005 Acrylic Painting, Clowns.   female  clown  ...
Clowns - Painting
90 x 90 cm (35.4 x 35.4 inches)
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Ruth Olivar Millan: 'I AM NOT WHO YOU THINK Clown', 2009 Acrylic Painting, Clowns.  Brillant colors of clowns mysterially hidden in masks, denote fear to the interactionist. Original painting by Ruth Olivar Millan. . . Hungry artist. ...
Clowns - Painting
18 x 24 inches (45.7 x 61.0 cm)
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Jynja Calderon: 'Columbina the Cat as Trophy', 2007 Mixed Media Sculpture, Clowns.   Cement sculpture with ceramic tile and glass and solar lighting  ...
Clowns - Sculpture
12 x 48 inches (30.5 x 121.9 cm)
Jynja Calderon: 'Harlequin Hound and his Cat as Trophies', 2007 Mixed Media Sculpture, Clowns.    Cement sculpture with ceramic tile and glass.   ...
Clowns - Sculpture
12 x 36 inches (30.5 x 91.4 cm)
Lee Roswell: 'Three Graces', 2007 Oil Painting, Clowns.
Clowns - Painting
30 x 30 inches (76.2 x 76.2 cm)
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Lee Roswell: 'The Breaks II', 2007 Oil Painting, Clowns.
Clowns - Painting
20 x 20 inches (50.8 x 50.8 cm)
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Lee Roswell: 'The Breaks I', 2007 Oil Painting, Clowns.
Clowns - Painting
20 x 20 inches (50.8 x 50.8 cm)
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Dana Zivanovits: 'SILENT CLOWN', 1986 Watercolor, Clowns.  Watercolor on acid free sketch paper- a signed and dated Zivanovits original. Note ; Paper is white despite photo. ...
Clowns - Watercolor
9 x 11 inches (22.9 x 27.9 cm)
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Mark Struzynski: 'UntitledBoxClown', 2001 Other Painting, Clowns. Untitled Box Clown is part of a two part series which the images are based on architypical dreams. These paintings have different levels with layers of images, some of which are three dimensional.  ...
Clowns - Painting
48 x 24 inches (121.9 x 61.0 cm)
Elena Mary Siff: 'celebration', 2011 Collage, Clowns. celebration with clown and fireworks and cat...
Clowns - Collage
4 x 5 inches (10.2 x 12.7 cm)
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Duta Razvan: 'CLOWN PARTY original oil painting listed by artist', 2011 Oil Painting, Clowns.    ORIGINAL OIL PAINTING ON CANVAS    ...
Clowns - Painting
27 x 20 inches (68.6 x 50.8 cm)
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Jessica Eckert: 'clown sketch', 2013 Pencil Drawing, Clowns.      drawling of a flower after it rained    ...
Clowns - Drawing
10 x 10 inches (25.4 x 25.4 cm)
Jessica Eckert: 'clown sketch', 2013 Pencil Drawing, Clowns.       drawling of a flower after it rained     ...
Clowns - Drawing
10 x 10 inches (25.4 x 25.4 cm)
Lora Hill: 'Macabre', 2010 Acrylic Painting, Clowns.
, 2010
Clowns - Painting
18 x 22 inches (45.7 x 55.9 cm)
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Francisco Sillue: 'clow and colombine Paris', 1964 Oil Painting, Clowns. Clown and ColombineThis painting belongs to the Parisian era of the artist and depicts the sad clown, in love with the beautiful Colombina, as it is staged at the Teatro de la Commedia dell Arte de Paris.This painting was sent to the US, later returning to Paris, since ...
Clowns - Painting
83 x 100 cm (32.7 x 39.4 inches)
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Oleg Poberezhnyi: 'Clowns', 2014 Oil Painting, Clowns.  clowns, people, bikes, cycles   ...
, 2014
Clowns - Painting
70 x 70 cm (27.6 x 27.6 inches)
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Mairon Almeida: 'pierrot', 2018 Ink Drawing, Clowns. Pierrot- acrylic on cardboard - year 2018 - size 27 in width by 38 in height...
, 2018
Clowns - Drawing
27 x 38 cm (10.6 x 15.0 inches)
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Artists Describing Their Art:

Donald Davenport - An Artist /Educator/Publisher/Producer/Artificer Born in a northern suburb of Detroit, Michigan. The mechanical, artistic and creative ability of Donald J. Davenport was first recognized at the age of five. By the age of 13 he received a "Silver" award at the Tennessee Tech College annual arts exhibit in 1960. By the age of 20 he was already an accomplished commercial and fine artist. Davenport is listed in four separate categories in the Millennium Edition of Marquis Who's Who in America for his diverse achievements in Video & Film Producing, Publishing, Inventing and Educating. Through his mid twenties and early thirties, he worked in several diverse fields producing commercial, graphic and fine art for international corporations. His abilities include experimental developing and designing new concept devices, producing instructional visual technical trade curriculum programs for Video Educational Art Services in the visual arts. Davenport founded The Gemini School of Art and Design in 1981. His multiple careers continued to develop with publishing technical trade manuals for instruction in the visual arts and producing visual art programs by which he received an International "SILVER" award from among 27 competing countries at the Television International Film Festivals, New York, 1994 for ...

Dilyan Dochev - Born from copulation between paper and pencil, he rides at a gallop the chariot "DIL" everywhere in the World. When drawing and painting, DIL is in oneself element, irrepressible under the sign of Aesop. Artsphere: Foreign - political and internal political, Cartoons, Comics, Illustrations, Black and white drawing, oil painting. Experience: Above 25 years Recent Awards: The Year of the Ram: Art Exchange Exhibition 2003, USA Silver Card, "Jaka Bede " 2003,

Inge Van Der Meulen - Somehow mankind needs the expression of art; art may provide hope to the ones who need it, it can embrace and support the heart of the ones that don't feel understood any other way, art can bring us passed the limit of words... Kunst kan een gevangen ziel bevrijden, het kan de limiet van woorden overschrijden... Your comments, statements etc. will always be interesting te me, and I hope that my expessions at least will bring you the joy of watching......

Boyko Asparuhov - An imaginative expressionist,Boyko,s oil paintings are a treat to the eye and the soul with their strong brilliant colors,fantasy characters and symbolic elements fused into a bold,graphic style."My work conveys the positive energy of the universe-love,romance,dreams,music,nature,beauty and freedom,"says Boyko. Born in Pleven,Bulgaria in1959,Boyko began painting at age six.After graduating from the Bulgarian Academy Of Fine Art,he muved to Prague in the Czech Republic where he operated his own gallery until 2005 year. Boyko lives and works in Chicago,United States...

Ruth Olivar Millan - Artists document their lives in a pictorial or emotional journal... the pains, sorrows and joys of their path are imbedded in their own artwork. It is an honest historical documentation of their perception of reality. It maybe pleasant, intense, serene...A painting can be a life time of poetry, a life time of viewing or silent conversation for the viewer. The thickness of the paint, the colors, textures, movement, balance, shape, line and symmetry or the absence of it all in a work of art, is creating something new and unique. Giving birth to new idea, that not only represents life but becomes life. The poetry of Art always brings out emotions of the interactionist. All this encompasses the viewer, that is the true artist. For new each perception is birthed a new meaning. Imagine life without creating art? can't even imagine any one not believing in it. The creative process is linked to the process of solving problems and opening minds to science and equations not yet solved. It opens our evolution to questioning and solving our problems, physical and well as emotional. It promotes healing and peace. I do art because I have to. I do ART ...

Jynja Calderon - I have always lived spontaneously and with passion in all things that I do. My mother said it best, "You can do or be anything you want, as long as you put your mind to it." Armed with this knowledge, and my parents support throughout my life, whenever I wanted something, if I couldn't afford it, I would make it. I love the challenge of those who doubt my creativity. It only fuels my passion from making animal sculpture and furniture to installing floors and walls. And above all I love to challenge myself. In art, as in nature, I find the beauty is in the flaw. For without it, there is no conversation. Even with perfection, one is always looking for some small incongruent subtilties, and admires even more, if there are none to be found. It is human nature and spirit that makes us question, learn and focus on that which interests us. And it is our passion that brings interest to any canvas, medium or subject that we choose to explore. I believe that there is an artistic nature in each us, and given opportunity, one can bring forth that passion and expression. What I love ...

Lee Roswell - You all know the Shakespearian line, "nothing will come of nothing," right? A seemingly simple line really. "Nothing will come of nothing." Sure! This is King Lear's response to his loving daughter, Cordelia's refusal to voice her love for her father for the sake of topping her sisters' ridiculously competitive praises. But in this first scene of the play, Lear is greatly mistaken in his math. This plot-driving miscalculation Shakespeare emphasises by a negation of status, reducing the old king to a Fool's fool. A great deal comes about from that first "nothing." A wake of human drama, disinheritance, deception and seduction, greed and revenge, madness, and death lies within those pages as proof. So, "nothing will come of nothing" has an alchemical esotery to it. To me, this makes a fine analogy for the tradition of painting. In painting you have a canvas, or panel, or whatever surface you are working withaEUR| the side of a beached whale, whatever it might be. From the point of visual intrigue or physiology, nothing. Then the painter takes his pigments and their respective vehicles, his tools, his brushes, and through a process of eye to hand prowess he ...

Dana Zivanovits - Dana Zivanovits was born in 1958 in Columbus, Ohio and received his art training from the Columbus College of Art and Design (1978 to 1982). After art school, he went abroad for a year and studied the art of the old masters in London, Paris, Madrid, Rome and Venice. Returning to his studio in Columbus to develop these influences into a new body of work, he then traveled to Mexico and studied the sculpture and painting of that country for an extended period. The unique and vivid colors of Palenque and Vera Cruz intensified his palette. After a period in Ohio, he then moved to Venice Beach, California where the brilliant light of the region reinforced his desire to capture effects of sunlight and atmosphere. Returning to Ohio in 1995, he has continued to paint themes deriving inspiration form sources such as world mythology, classic and B-grade cinema, literature and dreams. However his primary inspiration is direct observation from nature, versus an approach based in art theories or cultural critique. Dana has been widely represented by galleries and exhibition projects including Julie Rico and Mega Boom in Los Angeles, the Venice Art Detour, Around the Coyote Festival in Chicago ...

Mark Struzynski - Mark Struzynski Certain Relationships develop in our minds, between quite dissimilar objects, ideas, smells, etc.. These relationships are abstract, often unconscious, and unclear. Mark Struzynski was born in Chicago, IL. in 1957. He became immersed in art while living in Copenhagen, being befriended by students, graduates and Professors at The Art Academy of Copenhagen. He attended lectures and read every art book in the Art Library, as his 'art education'. At the time, that he was living in, Copenhagen he was involved with the Photographic process, how photographs are thought of as being direct transfers of reality, but actually remove or miss a certain amount of detail and the effect of these 'mistakes'. These musings led him to working with Photo-emulsion canvass, developing photos of drawings, which were derived from both found and self-taken photographs onto the Photo-Canvass9see web-site www.markart.org for examples). Upon returning to his hometown Chicago, he returned to painting working with different layers both physically (textured paint and images on top of each other) and mentally, (the different layers of dreams). These paintings seem to develop into a series, which was named Untitled Box Series (see web-site www.markart.org). ...

Francisco Sillue - Francesc SilluA(c), is a painter with a restless spirit, born on the 24th of February, 1936 in Barcelona. This woutd later cause the mature expressive painter to cast his artists eye upon open-air markets, antique stands, flocks of pigeons on the cobbles and dolls shop windows. These apparently disparate scenes would all be expressed with the same longing, a result of his childhood experiences, to separete and savour each and every detail in a barrage of aromas and colours that he creates with a nutural touch....