Erotic Art For Sale

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Browse 553 Erotic artworks for sale. Contemporary artists: Roger Licot, Luis Guillermo Ramírez Ezquerra, Hypnox Photography, Rosemarie Gleiser, Todd Murray, Eduardo Diaz, Dragutin Barac, Gary Hare, Frank Shifreen, Christine Dumbsky, Alexandre Nodopaka, Teri Rice, Philip Goodrich, Marcelo Maia, Ady Van De Plas, Philip Dallas, Walter Spaeth, Mark Struzynski offering Erotic artworks. Links to more artworks by these contemporary artists and 20 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 Erotic art simply click on the image to go to a more detailed page about this work of art.


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Luis Guillermo Ramírez Ezquerra: 'luis re border unodospuntocero', 2005 Oil Painting, Erotic. IN REPRESENTATION OF ARCAUTE ARTE CONTEMPORANEO GALLERY...
Erotic - Painting
200 x 165 cm (78.7 x 65.0 inches)
Hypnox Photography: 'Clay', 2004 Black and White Photograph, Erotic. Courtnee in Clay SeriesLimited edition print...
, 2004
Erotic - Photograph
8 x 12 inches (20.3 x 30.5 cm)
Hypnox Photography: 'Paint', 2004 Color Photograph, Erotic. Andromeda painted seriesLimited Edition print. ...
, 2004
Erotic - Photograph
12 x 8 inches (30.5 x 20.3 cm)
Roger Licot: 'GUERRILLA', 2005 Acrylic Painting, Erotic. This sensuous painting has a feeling ofHeart of Darkness to it. . . or Apocalypse Now,don	 you think so? I tried to convey a dangerous erotism thing....
, 2005
Erotic - Painting
18 x 14 inches (45.7 x 35.6 cm)
Rosemarie Gleiser: 'Sharp cutting plastic nightmare', 2000 Other Drawing, Erotic.
Erotic - Drawing
30 x 40 cm (11.8 x 15.7 inches)
Todd Murray: 'gagged 2', 2004 Pencil Drawing, Erotic. this is a work in progress...
, 2004
Erotic - Drawing
18 x 14 inches (45.7 x 35.6 cm)
Todd Murray: 'Gagged', 2004 Pencil Drawing, Erotic.
, 2004
Erotic - Drawing
18 x 14 inches (45.7 x 35.6 cm)
Eduardo Diaz: 'Maguey', 2004 Mixed Media, Erotic.
, 2004
Erotic - Mixed Media
14 x 16 inches (35.6 x 40.6 cm)
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Dragutin Barac: 'Nude 4', 2004 Cibachrome Photograph, Erotic.
, 2004
Erotic - Photograph
20 x 30 cm (7.9 x 11.8 inches)
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Eduardo Diaz: 'flesh', 2004 Oil Painting, Erotic.
, 2004
Erotic - Painting
6 x 8 inches (15.2 x 20.3 cm)
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Eduardo Diaz: 'woman', 2004 Oil Painting, Erotic.
, 2004
Erotic - Painting
8 x 8 inches (20.3 x 20.3 cm)
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Gary Hare: 'New Spirit', 2003 Computer Art, Erotic. Giclee on CanvasStrictly limited edition of 5 only - 1 available.Sold paintings: Nicosia, Cyprus / Athens, Greece / Luxembourg / Brusselles, Belgium....
, 2003
Erotic - Computer Art
70 x 95 cm (27.6 x 37.4 inches)
Eduardo Diaz: 'corrito', 2004 Other Photography, Erotic.
, 2004
Erotic - Photograph
6 x 6 inches (15.2 x 15.2 cm)
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Eduardo Diaz: 'erectil', 2004 Other Photography, Erotic.
, 2004
Erotic - Photograph
6 x 8 inches (15.2 x 20.3 cm)
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Frank Shifreen: 'The three Muses', 2003 Computer Art, Erotic.
Erotic - Computer Art
3 x 4 feet (0.91 x 1.22 m)
Christine Dumbsky: 'Welcome to the jungle 2', 2002 Acrylic Painting, Erotic. Welcome to the jungle 1, Size: 165 x 83 cm ( 64,9 x 32,60 Inch) , 2002 ...
Erotic - Painting
32 x 64 inches (81.3 x 162.6 cm)
Christine Dumbsky: 'Main meal  Wiener Schnitzel', 2003 Acrylic Painting, Erotic. Main meal - Hauptgericht, 80 x 100 cm 2002...
Erotic - Painting
31 x 39 inches (78.7 x 99.1 cm)
Alexandre Nodopaka: 'Eros Mandala 35', 2003 Computer Art, Erotic.
Erotic - Computer Art
1 x 1 feet (0.30 x 0.30 m)
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Teri Rice: 'Breast 11', 2003 Black and White Photograph, Erotic. Breast 11...
, 2003
Erotic - Photograph
8 x 10 inches (20.3 x 25.4 cm)
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Philip Goodrich: 'josie maran', 2001 Other Painting, Erotic. striking face of model Josie Maran.Pastel painting on luan wood....
Erotic - Painting
28 x 36 inches (71.1 x 91.4 cm)
Marcelo Maia: 'Roberto', 1994 Black and White Photograph, Erotic. Published Image, Book Prometheus, Plate 4...
, 1994
Erotic - Photograph
4 x 6 inches (10.2 x 15.2 cm)
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Marcelo Maia: 'Sam Torso', 1995 Black and White Photograph, Erotic. Published image, Book Prometheus, Plate 37...
, 1995
Erotic - Photograph
4 x 6 inches (10.2 x 15.2 cm)
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Ady Van De Plas: 'me', 2000 Other Photography, Erotic. one of a set of four dark erotic refections...
, 2000
Erotic - Photograph
297 x 210 mm ( x )
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Ady Van De Plas: 'legs', 2000 Other Photography, Erotic. one of a set of four dark erotic refections...
, 2000
Erotic - Photograph
297 x 210 mm ( x )
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Ady Van De Plas: 'look', 2000 Other Photography, Erotic. one of a set of four dark erotic refections...
, 2000
Erotic - Photograph
297 x 210 mm ( x )
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Ady Van De Plas: 'kiss', 2000 Other Photography, Erotic. one of a set of four dark erotic refections...
, 2000
Erotic - Photograph
297 x 210 mm ( x )
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Philip Dallas: 'Martini Girl', 2001 Other Photography, Erotic. Photography- Digital Art.Retro Pinup art Nude . Archival fine- art print on watercolor paper, limited edition.To see more artwork, please visit my website:
Erotic - Photograph
13 x 19 inches (33.0 x 48.3 cm)
Walter Spaeth: 'JuColors03', 2002 Other Printmaking, Erotic. EPSON2000P Print for a longer lasting Artwork - more than 100 Years ! ...
, 2002
Erotic - Other Printmaking
45 x 30 cm (17.7 x 11.8 inches)
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Mark Struzynski: 'UntitledBoxCarpet', 2000 Other Painting, Erotic. Untitled Box Carpet 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.  ...
Erotic - Painting
48 x 24 inches (121.9 x 61.0 cm)
Mark Struzynski: 'UntitleBoxRoman', 2000 Other Painting, Erotic. Untitled Box Roman 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.  ...
Erotic - Painting
48 x 24 inches (121.9 x 61.0 cm)
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    Roger Licot - His NON-erotic works are mainly urban themes, industrial settings or objects. A still life is more likely to be a rusty piece of metal than a bowl of fruits on a table! Cuteness is anathema and - in his words- "visually sickening"... He loves textures and strange places or objects. He takes long walks with his digital camera in old industrial areas in search of inspiration for his paintings. For his erotic works, Roger never depicts nudity, he works from photographs of female friends taken and cropped and "recomposed" to his idea of what the final picture should look like. Photography is just a guide, a source, and a finished piece rarely looks like the original print; often several elements of different photographs are combined in the creation of a single piece.Because Roger wants to represent on canvas the feeling and sensation of erotism and nothing else, there never is a recognizable human face to be seen in his art. The super tight framings of his compositions are more like an erotic still life than a human figure per se. ...

    Luis Guillermo Ramírez Ezquerra - Luis RE. Artist statment. Versus: sobre Borderline borderline [boer-der-lain] s. Limite, orilla, frontera.- a. Incierto, dudoso. A borderline case, caso entre lo normal y lo subnormal. borderline (termino psicoanalitico): caso clinico de personalidad que oscila entre varias patologias, sin tendencia a alguna en particular. "El caracter de la imagen se determina por la relacion establecida entre el adorante y el adorado" Shukrasharia. La frontera entre una cosa y otra siempre ha sido creada, por lo tanto es siempre suceptible a la destruccion. Lo hermoso puede ser grotesco de un momento a otro. La vida tiene como companera mas cercana a la muerte. Nada es forma o pura, incluso lo que supone serlo. Entre los trazos basicos de las lineas se esconde una verdad. La imagen misma de las lineas del trabajo de luis RE Borderniline -horizontales pasivas o activas verticales- nos sugiere ya la idea misma de limite. ?limite de que? Borderline, actual peldano pictorico del aritsta, sugiere marcar y desvanecer limites, y confronta tres pares de ideas, fundamentales para su poetica pictorica: 1. La imagen vs. ...

    Rosemarie Gleiser - The use of a nude human body in my artwork gives place to two concepts: in the first place it is to speak about the mind, the transparent and plastic essence of the being as well as its frailty and vulnerability. In second place, and paradoxically it corresponds to the image of the body as an object, the body as an action field for relationships to take place, and of the body as a doubly mutilated fragment (due to photography framing and for any kind of injure against the human being). The mind concept is elaborated in my work by means of plastics that represent for me a border between the material and the unsubstancial. While the warmth of the body or its surface, represent for me the hair, the photographic image as well as the printmaking papers. In this sense, plastics work as a metaphor for the mind and the clarity of thoughts. The fragility of that border allow us to see through our bodies. If formerly I used evanescent materials in order to manifest what was happening beneath that skin or within those thoughts, now with the hair drawings I am representing the tensions generated between human beings...

    Eduardo Diaz - Statement My name is Eduardo DIaz and Iim a Mexican artist residing in the Bay Area since 2001. In my work I express different elements of Mexican culture, while emphasizing its Native American heritage. I incorporate native themes and images, both extant and prehispanic, into my works and combine them with personal feelings, experiences or fears. Although cultural elements are the essence of my art, through them I also like to express political and social opinions. As a Mexican, I feel in touch with the problems at the Mexican-American border, as well as with the issues facing Mexican immigrants. I also like to express the tension between the indigenous and the industrialized worlds, and to analyze the different elements that make up Mexican identity, especially when confronted with life in a different country. My favorite medium is oil painting. I use vivid and deep colors, with which I reflect the light of the Mexican sun. Some of my compositions are figurative, and oscillate between realistic scenes and more elaborated images, with affinity to surrealism. My most recent productions are less figurative and combine the same vivid colors into expressive abstract constructions. Biography My name is Eduardo D...

    Dragutin Barac - "The eyes are reflection of the soul" So and my art speaks about me. Sensitive and refined sense of observation created me as the artist with both, painting and photography skill.I started paint in watercolour technique. After I visited London and Amsterdam, where I spent three years, I slightly changed my view of life; started with another approach of art - PHOTOGRAPHY. Spending most of the time in different places, mainly by nature, I become fascinated with Mediterranean mysticism what is everywhere visible. I am a member of CROATIAN FREELANCE ARTISTS ASSOCIATION and CROATIAN FINE-ART ARTISTS ASSOCIATION. I have been working as freelance for a twenty years....

    Gary Hare - . "The creative possibilities of the digital age are truly astounding. When mastered, the move from traditional to digital media opens infinite new facets of the creative process. The flow is just the same - it's not brushes or software, but the fusion of mind,imagination, talent and skill that controls the creative process and, ultimately the quality of the completed work. To see your ideas take tangible form is both compelling and immensely satisfying; however the greatest pleasure is when others enjoy what you have created." ...

    Frank Shifreen - My art is about the power of the image to bypass the limitations of the self, controlled through language and its paradigms. The image is a life raft. The connection of the seer to the seen is the same as self to other , or me to you. Images, whether they be paintings, digital works or videos are gestalts, and embody identity. My art is about figure and ground that is transformed in many ways- materials, subject and meaning. I am a situationist and believe that art can create new paradigms for the future. It is a protected frame of content that can carry meaning, experimental ideas and projections. I have been a painter and sculptor, and still work in those media, but my primary form is now digital art and video, or hybrid combination. Besides being an artist, I have curated and organized many exhibitions, in New York. The Monumental Shows, Terminal Show (Co-curator), Pan Arts, Plexus. Recently curated "From the Ashes" 911 Memorials and "Ground Zero" at the Detroit Museum of New Art, and Freyberger Gallery - Penn State Berks Campus I am a Doctoral Candidate in Art and Art Education at Columbia University Teachers College...

    Christine Dumbsky - "Paintings of women" In the best cases they are portrayals of women, by women. However, the artist, Christine Dumbsky from Sommerach, divests this notion of its'perceived pre-set programme that seems often to delve into the realms of Womens Liberation; at least at first sight. Christine Dumbsky's women appear to project the image of wanting to share their world with those outside. In fact, they provoke the viewer to connect with them through the painting by seeming to invite the viewer to touch the sculptural elements included. She does not denegrate her women to objects of male fantasy, and she does not support sexual voyeurism. Because of this, her women retain their secrets but also seem willing and able to share those secrets for the same reason. These are women with yearnings and illusions that wish to be understood. That the artist has a dreamy, romantic streak is not only a pre-requisite for her work, it is also what gives it it`s special charm. Wolf-Dietrich Weissbach (Journalist) ...

    Alexandre Nodopaka - 1. To portray ideas in a fresh style, but most important I was Born for Art, I Live for Art and will die for Art. 2. Abstraction in art is the greatest spiritual meditation & an ideal cerebral masturbation. 3. Photography killed representational art some 150 years ago. The computer killed abstract art. Today, thousands abstracts can be created in a day, they may be worth a thousand words but not a penny! 1. Pour peindre des idees dans un style frais, mais plus important je suis ne pour l'Art, je vis pour l'art et mourrai pour l'art. 2. L'abstraction dans l'art est la plus grande meditation spirituelle & une masturbation cerebrale ideale. 3. La photographie a tue l'art figuratif il y a quelques 150 annees et l'ordinateur a tue l'art abstrait. Aujourd'hui, des milliers d'art abstrait peuvent etre crees dans un jour... ils peuvent valoir mille mots mais pas un centime! 1. Para retratar las ideas en un estilo fresco, pero mas importantes de que era nacido para Art, vivo para Art y morire por Art. 2. El caracter abstracto en el ...

    Teri Rice - Director...Cinematographer... Photographer Teri, a Louis Comfort Tiffany Award nominee,works in New York City. She has been involved in film, video and television since 1979. Her critically acclaimed avant garde videos, have shown at festivals around the world. She has 32 video and film credits as producer and director, which have screened at over 60 venues globally. Her controversial and cutting edge subjects have segued gracefully into the mainstream arena, stimulating and inciting viewers. Teri Rice's award winning work "The Kindling Point", was nominated a Top 10 Film of the Year, by "The Village Voice NYC", and has screened at Whitney Museum of American Art, and over 25 venues. Her 8mm film "Meddle" Screened at Museum Of Modern Art's Biennial 8mm Retrospective. Teri's background in photography is apparent in her video's critical aesthetic. Lyrically constructed themes permeate this artist's domain. Raw, surreal, deconstructed, reconstructed imagery sweep the audience into a vortex of voyeurism. Teri's photography is currently under contract with Monsoon Images, NYC...

    Philip Goodrich - I strive to create lasting images that transcend trends. I want to perpetually travel the earth in search of perfect waves for surfing, and beautiful subjects to immortalize in my paintings. When I push the limits of my physical body, it releases my mind to relive incredible moments of my life. As I stand and draw, these memories guide my hand and I begin to groove and flow....

    Marcelo Maia - Since 1991 I have used photography as the vehicle for discourses on sexuality. Beginning with the sex and money project, the metaphoric images of gogo dancers with cash belts were used to posit a bridge between the viewer, the concept of sexuality and it's relation to money. Next in the book Prometheus, the topic transposes to sexuality and racism. I redirect the Greek myth of the creation of man from the Caucasus to his known anthropological origins in Africa. By producing sensuous portraits of African-American men, I aimed to modulate the cultural image of both God and creation from the white marble to the black skin. The trilogy on sexuality will close with a book on the topic of Sex and Power which I'm working on. Certain that if art has the power to liberate people of their prejudices, I believe that self-awareness requires the analysis of sexuality. Sex has to be understood and not just looked at as tabu material or as a commodity , objectified and but not really discussed. It's time to grow up, to be able to talk openly about ourselves without fear of being labeled and dismissed. Lately I've been ...

    Ady Van De Plas - I am an Amsterdam Artist who works in the areas of, Illustration and Photography. I try to produce interesting, thought provoking and exciting work, Always ready to try lots of different dynamics within my work. "Who would take some blotting paper to the local garage, soak up spilled oil then put it through a scanner" From Computer Arts interview in 1996. ...

    Ady Van De Plas - Walter Spaeth - Walter Spaeth was born 1952 in Munsingen / Germany Ever since he was a very young boy it has been one of Walter Spaeth`s dream to express his ideas and inspirations. And so it doesn`t come as a surprise that photography soon attracted his attention. At the age of twenty he discovered the creative and technical possibilities of this medium in the black-and-white lab of a friend and began thinking about how it could help him realize his dream. In 1972, though, photography was far less sophisticated than it is today. It proved to be an advantage, as Walter Spaeth spent his first years concentrating on the basic techniques and principles of composition. He thoroughy learned the craft and perfected his skills. In the mid-90`s then the full extent of his creativity became apparent. Computers made their appearance in the photo scene and allowed the editing of pictures, something which Spaeth started doing with great fascination and success. Between 1990 and 2000 Spaeth won more than 30 awards, including Deja-GmbH's 10 000 Mark "Take care" award, which he received in a festive ceremony at the Photokina 2000 in Cologne for his excellent ...

    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). ...