Philosophy Art For Sale (145)

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Browse 145 Philosophy artworks for sale. Contemporary artists: Hannes Hofstetter, Alan Soffer, Mohamed Lamine Maalem, Laurentiu Dimisca, Yaroslav Kurbanov, Alexander Iv Ivanov, Alexey Chernigin, Olga Lebed, Matiass Jansons, Alexander Donskoi, Oleg Tabachnikov, Neetasha Joshi, Lucy Valkury, Plotnikova Victoria, Charles Cham, Tatyana Ludanik, Anh Tran, Koushal Choudhary, Markus Leitner offering Philosophy artworks. Links to more artworks by these contemporary artists and 5 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 Philosophy art simply click on the image to go to a more detailed page about this work of art.


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Hannes  Hofstetter: 'trans', 2002 Other Painting, Philosophy. Artist Description: Hannes Hofstetter,  TRANS , 200285 x 90 cmTrans, Devangary, Transition...
, 2002
Philosophy - Painting
90 x 85 cm (35.4 x 33.5 inches)
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Alan Soffer: 'decoding wood v', 2014 Encaustic Painting, Philosophy. Artist Description: From the Dreaming series. combining the beauty of hot, pingmented waxEncausticwith the natural striations and color of wood. ...
Philosophy - Painting
72 x 80 inches (182.9 x 203.2 cm)
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Mohamed Lamine Maalem: 'addicted', 2018 Drawings, Philosophy. Artist Description: drugs addiction...
, 2018
Philosophy - Drawings
148 x 210 mm ( x )
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Laurentiu Dimisca: 'to be or not to be my love', 2018 Acrylic Painting, Philosophy. Artist Description: To be or not to be already is a lottery . . . ...
Philosophy - Painting
110 x 110 cm (43.3 x 43.3 inches)
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Yaroslav Kurbanov: 'two faced janus', 2009 Acrylic Painting, Philosophy. Artist Description: Empire Aesthetics...
Philosophy - Painting
29 x 29 cm (11.4 x 11.4 inches)
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Alexander Iv Ivanov: 'absinthe', 2014 Bronze Sculpture, Philosophy. Artist Description: bronze, sculpture, alcohol, absinthe, abstraction...
, 2014
Philosophy - Sculpture
18 x 27 cm (7.1 x 10.6 inches)
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Alexey Chernigin: 'shepherd', 2015 Oil Painting, Philosophy. Artist Description: Shepherd, sheep, flock, rain, fog, destination...
, 2015
Philosophy - Painting
120 x 90 cm (47.2 x 35.4 inches)
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Olga Lebed: 'photo collage', 2011 Collage, Philosophy.
Philosophy - Collage
640 x 480 inches (1625.6 x 1219.2 cm)
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Matiass Jansons: 'breaking out', 2013 Granite Sculpture, Philosophy.
Philosophy - Sculpture
164 x 142 cm (64.6 x 55.9 inches)
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Matiass Jansons: 'mefo', 2015 Bronze Sculpture, Philosophy.
, 2015
Philosophy - Sculpture
21 x 44 cm (8.3 x 17.3 inches)
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Matiass Jansons: 'sea of hopes', 2015 Marble Sculpture, Philosophy. Artist Description: On the stars sea, in the moon boat two wanderers. . . ...
Philosophy - Sculpture
47 x 36 cm (18.5 x 14.2 inches)
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Alexander Donskoi: 'laokoon of democracy', 2014 Pencil Drawing, Philosophy. Artist Description:
Philosophy - Drawing
76.5 x 56.7 cm (30.1 x 22.3 inches)
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Alexander Donskoi: 'kinder-surpise age', 2016 Pencil Drawing, Philosophy. Artist Description:
Philosophy - Drawing
56.7 x 76.5 cm (22.3 x 30.1 inches)
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Oleg Tabachnikov: 'Indica', 2016 , Philosophy. Artist Description:  A handmade carved mask, 25x15 cm. Oak, natural olive oil. When your dreams tear along to mistycal India in search of the answers, when youve already met your deepest fear and still stand tall to inquire your nature and comprehend the truth, this mask will guide you to ...
, 2016
Philosophy -
15 x 25 cm (5.9 x 9.8 inches)
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Neetasha Joshi: 'Lost Souls', 2016 Charcoal Drawing, Philosophy. Artist Description:  The darkest places in hell are reserved for those who maintain their neutrality in times of moral crisis.- Dante Alighieri ...
, 2016
Philosophy - Drawing
21 x 29.7 cm (8.3 x 11.7 inches)
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Lucy Valkury: 'Work is Death', 2012 Intaglio, Philosophy. Artist Description:  Ghosts of labor wandering miserably, endlessly around the rotting carcass of their former enslaver, while the ghosts of the indigenous lies buried underneath. Every hour on the clock is life consumed by the beast, an hour dead and gone forever. ...
Philosophy - Intaglio
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Lucy Valkury: 'Cultivation', 2013 Intaglio, Philosophy. Artist Description:  Civilization plundering, raping the reproductive earth body, a parasite on her back. Outsiders real through the fences, look on to those trapped within the machine, and those living off the refuse, the sickly bile. They come with tools both of cultivation, and destruction, is there a difference? ...
Philosophy - Intaglio
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Lucy Valkury: 'Work is Death', 2016 Intaglio, Philosophy. Artist Description: Ghosts of labor wandering miserably, endlessly around the rotting carcass of their former enslaver, while the ghosts of the indigenous lies buried underneath. Every hour on the clock is life consumed by the beast, an hour dead and gone forever....
Philosophy - Intaglio
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Lucy Valkury: 'Culmination', 2015 Intaglio, Philosophy. Artist Description:  History of civilization pillaging, raping the reproductive earth body. Monuments to power forcing their way into the earth, starving the future of life. But nature will always reclaim life in the end, her roots and tentacles wrap around its corpse, as the waves come crashing over the fragile ...
Philosophy - Intaglio
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Plotnikova Victoria: 'Netsuke Old Woman', 2015 Wood Sculpture, Philosophy. Artist Description: Material: wood - pear. The old woman holds the broken trunk of an old tree, simultaneously trampling the young shoots that gave the tree. That yearning for those what has already gone, she does not allow new development. On the one hand this image is tragic, causing compassion for ...
Philosophy - Sculpture
90 x 31 mm ( x )
Charles Cham: '2282 BLACK IS BLACK', 2015 Oil Painting, Philosophy. Artist Description:   Charles CHAM's works are based on the philosophy of Yin and Yang - the duality of life and the attraction of opposites. The Yin and Yang paintings are actually two paintings on one canvas and with two signatures, each facing in the opposite direction.
Philosophy - Painting
61 x 76.4 cm (24.0 x 30.1 inches)
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Tatyana Ludanik: 'Arche', 2015 Mixed Media, Philosophy. Artist Description:  The art work is based on a scientific biological snapshot of circulatory system of the human head and symbolise the source of human life, it's origin and the beginning. The bas- relief of the art work is made of natural moss, tree branches, coconut finer and soil....
, 2015
Philosophy - Mixed Media
100 x 100 cm (39.4 x 39.4 inches)
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Anh Tran: 'Going Home', 2012 Stone Sculpture, Philosophy. Artist Description:   The sculpture created by stone for hanging. The work exhibited in Texas A& M University - Commerce 2012.      ...
, 2012
Philosophy - Sculpture
8 x 15 inches (20.3 x 38.1 cm)
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Anh Tran: 'Going Home', 2012 Stone Sculpture, Philosophy. Artist Description:  The sculpture created by stone for hanging. The work exhibited in Texas A& M University - Commerce 2012, and Paris 2013.     ...
, 2012
Philosophy - Sculpture
7 x 15 inches (17.8 x 38.1 cm)
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Koushal Choudhary: 'Ecstasy 2', 2015 Mixed Media, Philosophy. Artist Description:   Ecstasy 2,Painting by Koushal,Oil and Acrylic on canvas,Size: 36 inches x 48 inches.         ...
, 2015
Philosophy - Mixed Media
36 x 48 inches (91.4 x 121.9 cm)
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Koushal Choudhary: 'Rebirth 1', 2015 Mixed Media, Philosophy. Artist Description:  Rebirth 1Painting by KoushalOil and Acrylic on canvasSize: 24 inches x 36 inches       ...
, 2015
Philosophy - Mixed Media
24 x 36 inches (61.0 x 91.4 cm)
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Koushal Choudhary: 'Ecstasy 1', 2015 Mixed Media, Philosophy. Artist Description:  Ecstasy 1Painting by KoushalOil and Acrylic on canvasSize: 36 inches x 48 inches        ...
, 2015
Philosophy - Mixed Media
36 x 48 inches (91.4 x 121.9 cm)
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Markus Leitner: 'Fiat Lux', 2015 Acrylic Painting, Philosophy.
, 2015
Philosophy - Painting
120 x 100 cm (47.2 x 39.4 inches)
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Markus Leitner: 'Tarot 14: Temperance', 2015 Acrylic Painting, Philosophy. Artist Description:   From the current cycle
Philosophy - Painting
120 x 100 cm (47.2 x 39.4 inches)
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Ulrich  Osterloh: 'untitled', 2015 Digital Photograph, Philosophy.
, 2015
Philosophy - Photograph
8 x 6 inches (20.3 x 15.2 cm)
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Artists Describing Their Art:

Alan Soffer - Alan Soffer began studying sculpture and clay in 1973 transitioning to abstract painting in 1985, through a breakthrough program at Bennington College with Sandy Stone. His abstractions have been in the pursuit of the unknown, unique, and personal depths of the unconscious. Rather than confining his energies to a single medium, he sensitively chooses materials that accommodate the concepts at hand. Early constructions were in clay and found objects, then discovering printmaking and photography, which he learned on his own. Finally, focusing on painting with acrylic, oil, and wax. Encaustics allowed him to marry a sculptural component to his painterly approach, following his studies at Ringling School in 1998. The hot, pigmented wax's inherent translucency perfectly supports his vocabulary for expressing space from the microscopic to the galactic. Whatever the direction, the work is always influenced by Joseph Campbell, the noted mythologist, who Soffer considers his mentor. He organized the first national encaustic conference in the US in 2005 and continues teaching encaustic technique as well as abstract painting primarily through workshops. Major one person shows have been presented at: DCCA, Wilmington DE; Borowsky Gallery, Phila.; Rosenfeld Gallery, Phila.; Widener U., Chester PA; Atlantic City Art Center; Robert Roman ...

Laurentiu Dimisca - Date and place of birth January 17th 1977 aEUR" Piatra Neamt, Romania Education1991-1995 Victor Brauner Fine Arts High School aEUR" Piatra Neamt 2000 License of painting University of Arts and Design, Cluj-Napoca, Romania 2001 Member of Romanian UAP Piatra Neamt Subsidiary Artistic 2002 Master degree in painting, University of Arts and Design, Cluj-Napoca, Romania 2006 Candidate for a doctoraEURtms degree in painting, Cluj Napoca, Romania 2011 Doctorate Degree in Decorative and Fine Arts. Thesis aEURoeArt Brut. Art or MadnessaEUR Activity Personal and group exhibitions in Romania abroad 2002 Group Painting exhibition in Mandrisio aEUR" Foxtown, Switzerland Personal exhibition at the Art Plaza Gallery aEUR" Boca Chica, Dominican Republic Personal Art Performance aEUR" Art Museum Piatra Neamt, Romania 2003 Personal Painting exhibition at aEURoeLa Maison des Metiers daEURtmArtaEUR Roanne, France Personal Painting and ceramics exhibition aEUR" Visual Art Museum Galati, Romania Personal Painting exhibition aEUR" Collection Museum aEURoeVasile PAC/rvanaEUR BAC/rlad, Romania 2004 Personal Painting exhibition at aEURoeAlbert SerolaEUR Roanne, France Personal Painting exhibition at aEURoeClub ContiaEUR Milano, Italy 2005 Colective exhibition contemporany aEUR" Romanian Culture Institute Budapesta, Hungary Colective Art Shanghai aEUR" colaboration Gallery Claude PetiteJean, China The European Parliament aEUR" aEURoeMini artaEUR, IAAAIAP, Bruxelles, Belgium 2006 Colective exhibition aEURoeFrancophilieaEUR aEUR" Paris, France and Liege, ...

Yaroslav Kurbanov - My attitude to Art in general and to my art in particular is defined with following points - There must be an idea in a piece of art, regardless of whether it is new or supratemporal. The main point is, it should move the spectator, wake up his feelings and invite him to reflection. Nowadays artists try often to shock spectators and to replace all other emotions, that art is actually called to awake, with a jar. - An artist should find a suitable material as well as an appropriate technique and a form in order to express his idea best. - A piece of art must be accomplished professionally. In my work I touch upon the themes, which are important for me personally. When rereading classical literature, I realized, though, that the same themes have moved people also a hundred years ago or even earlier. They are Love and Hate, Faith and Betrayal, Fear and Composure, Discrepancies between humans inner world and his outer image, his Mask, which he wears for the others. The time has no power over these themes. This distinguishes them from many daily sensations, which fall into oblivion in a couple of years, months or sometimes even days. ...

Alexey Chernigin - Painting is a journey on the borderline of light and shade, between transparent and inner thoughts, grand and giddy, logic and unreasoned. Painting is a hankering for expression of something via wordless means. Long ago Plato insisted that true artist has to keep silence. The feature of painting is in its dual condition ambition to express something and determination to keep silence. ThataEURtms why painting starts to perform its communicative function when abilities of language are exhausted. ItaEURtms like a tight spring ready to break through the silence to call for perception of inexpressible. Suddenness that happens when work appears to our vision makes painting the most secret form of the art. The facility of work perception admits no any efforts of an audience. Painting consists of essential contrarieties between obvious- image and lurking aEUR" the mean of image. We shall expect no spontaneous understanding of imageaEURtms idea. The charm of painting is in its ability to be impenetrable and everlasting hieroglyph. Painting is expression of inexpressible, when deep-hidden things break through fade reality making simple things become great ones. In BorgeseaEURtms story aEURoethe garden of forking paths aEURoe there is a phrase aEURoewhich word is never ...

Alexander Donskoi - BioStatement Alexander Donskoi- Visual Artist, Toronto Canada www.alexanderdonskoi.com

Anh Tran - My sculpture addresses a symbolic language: visually - Symbol, Material, and Fragment as metaphor to represent on human value of legend, history, culture, and myth. It is an interaction sculpture space in which the viewers are invited to actively engage as a means of completing the artwork. My work mainly is the installation and concept work inheriting value of traditional sculptures. Currently, I pay attention on human relationships - the main subject matter that presents in work at different levels from the relationship of people to people; between human beings to nature; the bond of people to God in timeless. Men of all ages experience the same knotty relationship that comes from the endless struggle for life, freedom and the pursuit of happiness. On my experience I think that each person lives in a knot of relationships, bearing the traces of successes and failures, love and loss, generosity and vileness, pleasure and pain, happiness and misfortune, in an ever changing, yet repetitious cycle. Relationships are continually changing -- expanding and contracting as they are being formed, challenged, mended, healed, maintained, and even ended in both time and space. In general, I think of human life and relationships as being fragmented forms as well. ...

Markus Leitner - What could be more boring than the self-adulation of someone who just takes paint on a canvas? I live and work in Bremen (Germany), paint and draw since my early youth. I don't like the distinction between high culture and popular culture. Once a person creates something, it is a creative act, and thus also an art form. Then everyone is free to like the results of this work or not....