Fantasy Art For Sale

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Browse 5274 Fantasy artworks for sale. Contemporary artists: Paula Glaser, Elizabeth Edwards, Gino Paul Bossino, Vojkan Morar, Russelle Marcatowestbrook, Ramesh Kher, Bob Filbey, Ekaterina Konovalova, Terry Zarate, Dan Cope, Cathy Horner, Olivera Kovacevic, Toni Markette, Kathi Day, Hiroko Sakai, Salih Habibnazarov, Rossy Topalova, Bernadette Wulf, Venessa Lagrand, James Newton, Monegorijas Monegorijas, Suzan Fox offering Fantasy artworks. Links to more artworks by these contemporary artists and 182 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 Fantasy art simply click on the image to go to a more detailed page about this work of art.


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Elizabeth Edwards: 'The Bridge', 2009 Digital Art, Fantasy.  Bridge over a river on an alien fantasy land.  Boats are moored on one side and a small path leads up the other.  A train track in the distance and buildings, both business and residential. ...
, 2009
Fantasy - Digital Art
24 x 18 inches (61.0 x 45.7 cm)
Gino Paul Bossino: 'Hell hath no Fury', 2009 Digital Art, Fantasy.
Fantasy - Digital Art
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Gino Paul Bossino: 'Dragon and the Georgia', 2008 Digital Art, Fantasy.
Fantasy - Digital Art
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Vojkan Morar: 'CONVERSATION WITH ANGELS', 2008 Oil Painting, Fantasy.
Fantasy - Painting
40 x 30 cm (15.7 x 11.8 inches)
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Russelle Marcatowestbrook: 'Maenad', 2007 Other Printmaking, Fantasy.  These mythological creatures would lure men into the woods, never to be seen again. Original painting available. ...
, 2007
Fantasy - Other Printmaking
18 x 24 inches (45.7 x 61.0 cm)
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Ramesh Kher: 'Malwa Fantasy', 2000 Mixed Media, Fantasy.  These paintings are my childhood memory images, that reflect my homeland surroundings with full greeneries recapitualated on paper. There are ancient houses of malwa with grotesqe gallleries, doors and windows. the crows symbolize survival and life. My palette is on the somber side dartk and dull reds, greens and blacks...
Fantasy - Mixed Media
11 x 14 inches (27.9 x 35.6 cm)
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Bob Filbey: 'Basilisk', 1989 Etching, Fantasy.   Also available tinted by watercolor ( $275) ....
, 1989
Fantasy - Etching
9 x 12 inches (22.9 x 30.5 cm)
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Ekaterina Konovalova: 'Alkonost', 2007 Oil Painting, Fantasy.  Alkonost, a creature from Slavic mythology, stomps on burning in sacred fire souls in between two trees of life  ...
, 2007
Fantasy - Painting
13.5 x 17.5 inches (34.3 x 44.5 cm)
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Ekaterina Konovalova: 'Russian Fairytale', 2007 Oil Painting, Fantasy.
Fantasy - Painting
11 x 13.5 inches (27.9 x 34.3 cm)
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Terry Zarate: 'The Folks Who Live on the Hill', 2008 Oil Painting, Fantasy.
Fantasy - Painting
18 x 24 inches (45.7 x 61.0 cm)
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Dan Cope: 'Kafkachic', 2009 Digital Art, Fantasy.  A dedication to the great author Franz Kafka. Limited edition giclee print on canvas. ...
, 2009
Fantasy - Digital Art
24 x 36 inches (61.0 x 91.4 cm)
Cathy Horner: 'Awwww', 2008 Collage, Fantasy.  Collage art using vintage images, paint and handmade papers. Prints also available oh my webpage.   ...
, 2008
Fantasy - Collage
8 x 10 inches (20.3 x 25.4 cm)
Olivera Kovacevic: 'Family', 2003 Oil Painting, Fantasy.
, 2003
Fantasy - Painting
20 x 20 cm (7.9 x 7.9 inches)
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Toni Markette: 'Living Tattoo', 2005 Black and White Photograph, Fantasy.  Photography combined with digital art - the dragon comes to life ...
Fantasy - Photograph
11 x 14 inches (27.9 x 35.6 cm)
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Cathy Horner: 'Oh home early', 2008 Collage, Fantasy.  Collage art using vintage images, paint and hand made papers. Prints also available at my web site  ...
Fantasy - Collage
8 x 10 inches (20.3 x 25.4 cm)
Kathi Day: 'Fairy in a Bottle', 2006 Digital Art, Fantasy.  A fairy in a bottle. Or a Djinn, depending on your mythology? ...
Fantasy - Digital Art
8 x 10 inches (20.3 x 25.4 cm)
Hiroko Sakai: 'Jellyfishy Evening', 2008 Oil Painting, Fantasy.
Fantasy - Painting
24 x 48 inches (61.0 x 121.9 cm)
Hiroko Sakai: 'Mystery', 2008 Oil Painting, Fantasy.
, 2008
Fantasy - Painting
24 x 48 inches (61.0 x 121.9 cm)
Salih Habibnazarov: 'In dinosaurs world', 2005 Other Drawing, Fantasy.  mixed techniquepastel, marker on paper ...
Fantasy - Drawing
60 x 50 cm (23.6 x 19.7 inches)
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Cathy Horner: 'Guardian of Hens', 2008 Collage, Fantasy.  Collage art using actual vintage images and hand made papers. Prints also available on my web site.   ...
Fantasy - Collage
8 x 10 inches (20.3 x 25.4 cm)
Rossy Topalova: 'The future', 2007 Computer Art, Fantasy.
, 2007
Fantasy - Computer Art
55 x 40 cm (21.7 x 15.7 inches)
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Rossy Topalova: 'Ilusion', 2008 Computer Art, Fantasy.
, 2008
Fantasy - Computer Art
58 x 43 cm (22.8 x 16.9 inches)
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Rossy Topalova: 'The end of childhoods,,,', 2007 Computer Art, Fantasy.
Fantasy - Computer Art
58 x 43 cm (22.8 x 16.9 inches)
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Bernadette Wulf: 'Keeper of the Trees', 2001 Giclee - Open Edition, Fantasy.  Keeper of the Trees, 18 x 24WulfWorks (c) Copyright 2001The forest deva pours life into the trees, while tree fairies dance in her light. ...
Fantasy - Giclee - Open Edition
18 x 24 inches (45.7 x 61.0 cm)
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Bernadette Wulf: 'Red Ridinghood Comes Home', 1989 Giclee, Fantasy.  Red Riding Hood Comes Home, 11 x 14WulfWorks (c) Copyright 1989The heroine of the fairy tale, Little Red Riding Hood comes upon a pack of friendly wolves. A more realisticview of the gentle nature of wolves and their relationship with humans.There is no record of a healthy...
Fantasy - Giclee
14 x 11 inches (35.6 x 27.9 cm)
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Venessa Lagrand: 'Mermaid', 2008 Acrylic Painting, Fantasy.  Mermaid in the sea ...
, 2008
Fantasy - Painting
42 x 30 cm (16.5 x 11.8 inches)
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James Newton: 'Dragon', 2008 Charcoal Drawing, Fantasy.  Dragons are images that seem to stay with us from our childhood.  They inspire worlds where anything is possible.  Original CharcoalOriginal Charcoal...
, 2008
Fantasy - Drawing
14 x 17 inches (35.6 x 43.2 cm)
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Monegorijas Monegorijas: 'trawelig ', 2008 Mixed Media, Fantasy.  mixed media. . ...
, 2008
Fantasy - Mixed Media
65.1 x 80.4 cm (25.6 x 31.7 inches)
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Suzan Fox: 'I shall fetch thee jewels from the sea', 2007 Tempera Painting, Fantasy.  Painted in Egg Tempera ...
Fantasy - Painting
9 x 11 inches (22.9 x 27.9 cm)
Suzan Fox: 'Beguiled Ballerina', 2007 Tempera Painting, Fantasy.  Painted in Egg Tempera ...
Fantasy - Painting
11 x 15 inches (27.9 x 38.1 cm)
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    Paula Glaser - Paula D Glaser I remember looking through my children's adventure books and the family bible and being very impressed by the pictures and paintings that illustrated the story and the religious text. the illustrations in the stories, most of them by Wyeth as I learned later, and the old master paintings were treasures that it didn't seem possible to recreate. They were their own existence and my first inspiration, though not the last. I admire not only the illustrations of Wyeth and the classic painters but the use of color and light by the early impressionists and the work done in the early years of the 20th century by the Hudson River painters, particularly the latter, Their use of light and color make the the flat world of the canvas show great depth. They seem to shimmer with light and color as if they were living worlds. There is a realism that is beyond reality in these paintings. I started drawing with graphite on paper and progressed first to charcoal and then to ink. From drawing I moved on to painting. My paintings are done on gessoed cardboard or paper with a few on canvas board. I used ...

    Ramesh Kher - The contemplative nature of my work demands, necessity, considerable thought and introspection and a difinite direction. This is not to suggest that my artwork is schematic but far from it. ample evidence in the form of sizzling and dynamic brush-work are noticeable side by side of carefully worked out areas. The interplay of opposites toth in terms of geometry and the resultant shapes in the form of rectangles, triangles cylindrical forms combined to give all works a structural strength which is the most important aspect of painting....

    Ekaterina Konovalova - I started to draw in infancy when I learned to crawl. I used the materials on hand, from jam to grass to flowers smeared together trying to replicate my visions on walls, paper and anything else I could reach. Once, my father lost sight of me and I turned our newly-painted house into a giant mural with my childhood fantasies. Fortunately, my parents were pretty wise people, and instead of punishment - or perhaps as a punishment - they sent me off to art school. At the art school, I was an obstinate student and always had conflicts with teachers arguing about color usage. It was Soviet Russia, and everybody had to be the same. I was usually inclined to use vivid colors instead of natural gradations trying to cultivate my own style. After the USSR fell, I had more freedom in creative expression. I scooped inspiration from mythology and cultures of different nations, producing a series of works with divinities and tales. Currently, I live and work in the USA. My artwork varies from realism to mystical surrealism. I use different media but oil-painting is still my favorite. ...

    Dan Cope - I have painted all my life and never took lessons.It just comes out and onto the canvas.Initially,I paint for my own satisfaction.People see what I made and like it,sometimes buy it,so I want to do more and let others enjoy it.To me,a good painting is something pleasing to the eye and can be viewed indefinitely,always looking fresh and new.i love the way colors and shapes work together to produce an exciting image.It doesn't matter what the image is about.What matters is the good feeling it gives the viewer when it is looked at.Use your imagination to explore and interpret as you choose.That is the beauty of abstract art,you can experience it as you wish.I like to write haikus for each piece and put them in the description box....

    Cathy Horner - Making art brings me great joy, and I believe each canvas is like a brief moment in an untold story. My collage art is inspired by vintage images found in old magazines, catalogs and books. I am fascinated by these forgotten treasures and the people who left them on shelves and in boxes in basements and attics for me to rediscover. By the time I find them the paper is yellowed and faded, mice have chewed the corners and insects and moths have made their holes. But these images are precious to me. I imagine the time when they were brand new and the dreams they inspired - of beautiful fashions or traveling to far away places. They are as fresh and brimming with innovation to my eyes as they were to the eyes that saw them the first time around. When I choose the images for a collage I am conscious that the final result will be whimsical, often surreal, while remaining visually rooted in times past. And it is my intention not only to stir imaginations, but also to encourage a sort of sentimental nostalgia. I use a combination of media in my work, including paint, found objects, computer ...

    Toni Markette - Each moment we live is a gift and there are moments that I capture with my lens that I can savor and share - that's how I view my photography - whether it is strait shooting or images I dreamed up from reality into fantasy - it is a sharing of hearts and minds. Sometimes I translate what my heart sees through brushes onto canvas and then I share color - color that grabs you by the eyeballs and swings you around. I believe that being happy is a choice, I choose to be happy every day and it my inner happiness that I express on my canvases....

    Kathi Day - I'm currently a stay at home artist, with a lot of medical bills. Two cats currently own my husband and I, although one technically belongs to my sister. Their names are Chowski and Callie. They eat a lot of cruchies. Buy pictures!!...

    Hiroko Sakai - I was born in a small town of northern Kyushu island of Japan in early Spring. I was a shy kid. I liked looking for fairies in grass and reading adventure stories from my gigantic book case. My parents were great patrons of cultures and art and made sure I had many opportunities to grow artistically. It seemed like I have been painting and drawing from my first breath. My school note books are filled with drawings. My professional art career started in the graphic arts field in Fukuoka, Japan in the early 1990s. After graduating from Seinan Gakuin University with a BA degree in French and Nihon interior design school with a BA degree in design and rendering, I founded Atelier Yume-Tsumugi Ltd. I operated that studio successfully for 5 years. I emphasized working on a variety of projects with varying requirements rather than a distinct style. Many of my works are displayed in hospital lobbies, corporate offices, and commercial building entrances in Japan. In 1998, I broadened the scope of my endeavors to include projects in the United States. In the US, I decided to start concentrate on oil painting. I had always wanted to paint with...

    Bernadette Wulf - WulfWorks Visionary Art Gallery - Bridging the Worlds of Earth & Spirit Our ancestors began creating art thousands of years ago to shift consciousness toward well-being and prosperity. Through art they could relay messages from the Otherworlds, envision abundance of crops, insure harmony with the environment, and commune with their gods. Art in its highest form still maintains this original purpose. Through the arts, we share our visions of what lies within the sacred space of our dreams. Thus we shape our personal and collective future. Art is a bridge between worlds and a doorway to other dimensions of reality. Bernadette Wulf WulfWorks.net ...