Representational Art For Sale

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Browse 711 Representational artworks for sale. Contemporary artists: Vv Swamy, Lyz Rothman, Louise Parenteau, Christopher Hrynyk, Vivian Estalella, Vaidotas Bakutis, Barry Wolfryd, Viorel Popescu, Nelson-matheson Annette, Jerry Farber, Greg Moon, Mary Helmreich, Polly Plain, Linda Arthurs, Natalie Stewart Utley, Clinton Hobart, Jason John, Leyla Munteanu, Michelle Iglesias offering Representational artworks. Links to more artworks by these contemporary artists and 25 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 Representational art simply click on the image to go to a more detailed page about this work of art.


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Lyz Rothman: 'lit', 2006 Oil Painting, Representational.
, 2006
Representational - Painting
5 x 5 inches (12.7 x 12.7 cm)
Louise Parenteau: 'X', 2007 Mixed Media Sculpture, Representational.       Scrap material: Wood, metal, cloth, found objects.    Scrap material:wood, metal, leather, found objects      ...
, 2007
Representational - Sculpture
0 x 162 cm (0.0 x 63.8 inches)
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Louise Parenteau: 'PABLO', 2007 Mixed Media Sculpture, Representational.      Scrap material: Wood, metal, cloth, found objects.    Scrap material:wood, metal, leather, found objects     ...
, 2007
Representational - Sculpture
0 x 63 cm (0.0 x 24.8 inches)
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Christopher Hrynyk: 'Way too fast', 2010 Acrylic Painting, Representational.
Representational - Painting
48 x 36 inches (121.9 x 91.4 cm)
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Christopher Hrynyk: 'follow that cab', 2010 Acrylic Painting, Representational.
Representational - Painting
36 x 60 inches (91.4 x 152.4 cm)
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Vivian Estalella: 'Painted Teracotta Tiles', 2010 Acrylic Painting, Representational.
Representational - Painting
12 x 12 inches (30.5 x 30.5 cm)
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Vaidotas Bakutis: 'Ethereality', 2010 Oil Painting, Representational.
Representational - Painting
80 x 100 cm (31.5 x 39.4 inches)
Barry Wolfryd: 'EL HOMBRE BICENTENARIO', 2010 Oil Painting, Representational.         Series: CUENTOS EN LA SOMBRA        ...
Representational - Painting
160 x 145 cm (63.0 x 57.1 inches)
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Viorel  Popescu: 'Pizza Pearls and Diamonds ', 2009 Oil Painting, Representational.
Representational - Painting
75 x 36 inches (190.5 x 91.4 cm)
Viorel  Popescu: 'Spectaculum Urbis Detail, Barges', 2009 Oil Painting, Representational.
Representational - Painting
50 x 36 inches (127.0 x 91.4 cm)
Viorel  Popescu: 'Quator Detail, Mushrooms', 2009 Oil Painting, Representational.
Representational - Painting
50 x 42 inches (127.0 x 106.7 cm)
Nelson-matheson Annette: 'Of The Wind', 2009 Oil Painting, Representational.
Representational - Painting
20 x 16 inches (50.8 x 40.6 cm)
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Nelson-matheson Annette: 'Keepsakes', 2009 Oil Painting, Representational.
, 2009
Representational - Painting
21 x 15 inches (53.3 x 38.1 cm)
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Nelson-matheson Annette: 'Wave of Life', 2009 Oil Painting, Representational.
Representational - Painting
20 x 16 inches (50.8 x 40.6 cm)
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Nelson-matheson Annette: 'Constant Tides', 2009 Oil Painting, Representational.
Representational - Painting
20 x 16 inches (50.8 x 40.6 cm)
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Nelson-matheson Annette: 'Climbing Dark Clouds', 2009 Oil Painting, Representational.
Representational - Painting
8 x 10 inches (20.3 x 25.4 cm)
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Jerry Farber: 'Fall of Rome 1 The Coliseum', 2006 Acrylic Painting, Representational.  First in a series depicting the famous buildings of Rome in an autumn setting somewhere between their highest prominance and their eventual fall into history. ...
Representational - Painting
38 x 26 inches (96.5 x 66.0 cm)
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Greg Moon: 'Mid Summers Eve', 2009 Watercolor, Representational.  Nocturnal Street Scene Landscape ...
Representational - Watercolor
11 x 15 inches (27.9 x 38.1 cm)
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Mary Helmreich: 'Encinitas California by Mary Helmreich', 2009 Watercolor, Representational. Downtown Encinitas Street Scene with La Paloma Theater, Art Market, Cyclists & Red MustangFor my other originals and museum quality prints, check out my websites
Representational - Watercolor
40 x 30 inches (101.6 x 76.2 cm)
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Polly Plain: 'The Smoker', 2006 Other Sculpture, Representational. Can be cast in Bronze, plaster, resin   ...
, 2006
Representational - Sculpture
36 x 45 inches (91.4 x 114.3 cm)
Polly Plain: 'Exhausted', 2006 Other Sculpture, Representational. Can be cast in Bronze, plaster or resin...
, 2006
Representational - Sculpture
36 x 45 inches (91.4 x 114.3 cm)
Linda Arthurs: 'Kates Bedside', 2009 Mixed Media, Representational.  the picture says it all, I am not good with 'art speak'  If you have any questions let me know it is on wood ...
Representational - Mixed Media
36 x 36 inches (91.4 x 91.4 cm)
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Natalie Stewart Utley: 'Silk Champagne', 2004 Acrylic Painting, Representational.
Representational - Painting
30 x 40 inches (76.2 x 101.6 cm)
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Clinton Hobart: 'Curtain Call', 2008 Oil Painting, Representational.  One in a series of theatrical still- lifes. ...
Representational - Painting
40 x 12 inches (101.6 x 30.5 cm)
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Jason John: 'Bailout ', 2009 Oil Painting, Representational.
, 2009
Representational - Painting
0 x 11 inches (0.0 x 27.9 cm)
Leyla Munteanu: 'Was', 2005 Watercolor, Representational.
, 2005
Representational - Watercolor
14 x 11 inches (35.6 x 27.9 cm)
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Leyla Munteanu: 'The door knocker', 2007 Mixed Media, Representational.  Acrylic and charcoal on paper. ...
Representational - Mixed Media
43 x 52 inches (109.2 x 132.1 cm)
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Jason John: 'The Party Dress', 2006 Charcoal Drawing, Representational.
Representational - Drawing
11 x 11 inches (27.9 x 27.9 cm)
Michelle Iglesias: 'Milk Pour', 2008 Acrylic Painting, Representational.  Mixed media - Acrylic and Oil on Canvas ...
, 2008
Representational - Painting
44 x 44 inches (111.8 x 111.8 cm)
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Claudette Mc Dermott: 'The Two of Us', 2008 Oil Painting, Representational.  The two sit cozy side by side a parent and child or husband and wife. . . . The shoes symbolize the Two. Oil on Canvas 12x36 Original Gallery Wrapped so the painting continues around all edges. ...
Representational - Painting
12 x 36 inches (30.5 x 91.4 cm)
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    Louise Parenteau - ARTISTIC STATEMENT I studied fine arts at the University Of Quebec In Montreal (1986-1991). I was involved in various artistic activities in which I took a strong stand against injustice, poverty, and social exclusion. My work took shape using different methods of research and observation. I articulated my artistic approach inspired by existential human sufferings. I created portraits of individuals with unusual physical traits, expressions, deformities, attitudes... These characters inspired me to use colour in contrasts and splashes. My aim was to express the life animating the characters by an internal light. For my installations, I used a physical space to transpose socio-political situations and dramatic events. With the barest resources, my intention was to stimulate the interest of the viewer. My material supplies: Acrylic, rubbish, wood, metal, rust, polystyrene panels, personal objects, used clothing, etc. In 1995, I realized that I had reached limits with my artistic approach. I decided to have a period of questioning with the aim of going further in my research in terms of intention and expression. This process enabled me to explore, to experiment with different materials and to reposition myself using sculpture as my main form of expression. Ever...

    Christopher Hrynyk - About the Artist I started drawing and painting as a way to deal with stress. To deal with my anger issues The first drawings + paintings I created were very dark- very angry . Actually I guess some of the new ones are too hmm well anyway- this hobby of mine has developed into something much more important to me than I ever thought it would..a sort of therapy .. Regarding this series of paintings I'm fascinated by large cities, their energy, their mysteries and their color. What's around this corner? What's down that street? Who lives there?? Little toy boxes stacked together and apart to form these colossal urban centers with so much confusion and so much life. Each of these little boxes houses a story in itself. I guess in a way cities sort of represent our journey through life. You have to decide which roads to drive down, which streets are safe for you to travel as an individual and most importantly, where should you place your little square box in the pile with the others? This is what I paint, little square boxes. Every painting starts the same way- with one little box on the ...

    Vivian Estalella - "For me art is a feeling, an expression that can instantly transport you. Through the use of color and lines you can be taken to a place of peace. As an artist I choose to guide you on a journey of love to a place and time that will awaken your spirit and breathe life into the mundane. Along the way you will see deep into my soul and experience the passionate rhythm of my culture." -Vivian Estalella...

    Vaidotas Bakutis - For me, painting was a natural state, something I did not really choose but which came automatically because, that was what I needed. You can't learn it; it's not a craft you need a diploma for. I believe art is a subconscious expression of self - is the vehicle for bringing the subconscious to a conscious parallel. Painting is always for me about exploring the depths of my own imagination. Painting is irresistible if you can see clearly, that it's paint what you are looking to and at the same time your eye shows you, as through a window, another world. My work is a result of a fragmented view of the world, which gives it a surreal quality -here and beyond - present and past. ...

    Barry Wolfryd - The Art of Cultural Idealism Icons, symbols and objects, established or reinvented permit us to define our relationship with the surroundings in which we are born, live, play, work and die in. They are the means to look intently at reality. In my own work I use them to try and come up with understandings by crossing the borders between popular culture and the moral values embedded in it. . For me, juxtaposing familiar pop art icons against one another helps fortify fascination (and repulsion) with many of the empty idealisms in today's world. In this way my canvases become the narrative of us. The icons and objects in my work are part of a larger internalization, also exposing what is evident and unpredictable. The paintings also demonstrate how art is capable of revealing to us the ironies that we are encompassed in. Even though I explore distinctive themes, the bases for all the work is elaborated with elements, symbols and icons that we recognize consciously or intuitively, recognizable icons of societies and cultures across the globe. They are a chain of popular images that identifies "culture." Human history is a common story and because of this we share the ...

    Viorel Popescu - These are paintings-of-paintings, and in this sense, copies, reproductions from a personal invisible gallery. I re-member my own paintings. They'll always be copies, sometimes copies of copies. I cover only as much as I can complete in one go, therefore the canvas is divided into more or less equal "slices". Naturally, there are differences between these different parts, as each day is different. I do not see a real difference between writing and painting, as both gesture and intent. Just using different ideograms, that's all. My paintings are "written" with paint, an accumulations of signs, marks and "letters" correcting and partially obliterating each other, creating re-presentations sparked mostly by words and word-associations.I use words like one can use nature as reference...and this is where the power of image seems to stem from: this conceptual / perceptual balance... ...the imagery I use has to do with: the equation nature / man-made nature, the confusions and misunderstandings of human intercourse, the irrelevance of emotion, the notion of guidance, of consuming art and consuming anything else, but especially with the paradox of failure, the luminous, celebratory sense of failure which contains its own latent success...

    Nelson-Matheson Annette - I'm a self taught oil painter that's still not quite sure how to lable my art work. These recent painting are inspired by nature and the power of humans when in touch with their inner sense of intuition and imagination. I love the ideal of art nouveau figures reflecting the natural forms of nature and I try to include this idea in my latest paintings....

    Polly Plain - "By facing the ugly world, by ranging wide enough in afar and above and below-in nature or in one's fellows or in one self one can find beauty-one can even create beauty" Haveloc Ellis "Individual Not Ideal" explores my interest in the value of the less than perfect individual whose features do not meet the American Contemporary standard ideals of beauty. Contrary to the idea of beauty created through plastic surgery, these figures express the natural beauty of real life experiences. My aim is to show the depth of the life experience, lines in the face, and sagging skin, to honor the beauty that I see in the faces of the unique individual. To gain insight to express the individual's life experiences I look past the physical body and learn about their life they have traveled so far. I then express the individual's life experiences in their faces and body language. Polly A Plain 3/06 ...

    Linda Arthurs - I believe that my art should bring smiles to people's faces. When I was young I was highly political and everything I did had to have a message. During my life, my son Dennis was killed at 16 years old and my whole world changed. The pain was unbelieveable. I would not have made it except for the love that my son Conor gave me and gives me to this day. I decided that I only wanted to create beauty. I like to bring joy and colour into the world. I have travelled all over the world with my camera, and now I am a grandmother of two beautiful boys and am involved with people with developmental disabiliites helping them to become a part of their community and I do this through art. It is the most wonderful job I have had. ...

    Jason John - My interest as an artist is related to how people look back into his or her past to retrieve memories of certain situations. Depending on the situation the individual has experienced can drastically alter the shape of a person's memory and furthermore, a person's identity. As a painter and draftsman, I represent particular memory situations from my own life. Some or all of the figures are partially concealed by a vale or mask. By concealing the identity of an individual takes away the personal narrative and identity attached to the represented individual or individuals. My artwork is meant to represent each individual or group of individuals in a memory fragment that has been shifted and altered by time and situation. ...

    Leyla Munteanu - ARTIST'S STATEMENT Leyla Munteanu I have always felt a special connection with textural surfaces and the human figure. The beauty and strength in human features was a preferred subject in my work. Now I am focusing on the nostalgic. My love for the human figure has evolved into an interest in what they leave behind. Human marks left on objects and surfaces over time become more important than representation of the people who made the marks. I find my inspiration in immediate surroundings, and I hope that my work will lead the viewer to see the beauty that I see. First impressions are everything. Most often my depictions of those experiences are simply my way of saying "you should see what I saw!" Each piece has special meaning to me, which will not necessarily be the same meaning the viewer may attach to it. Art tells us something about ourselves and my work is the world as I see it, a world that brings back memories. I grew up in Bucharest Romania, a town marked by a long history; every place was worn by time or human nature. I'm still amazed by my memories of these places. All ...

    Michelle Iglesias - As an active member of the National Association of Women Artists, Oil Painters of America and the Berkshire Art Association, Michelle Iglesias is a self-taught artist who first took to painting for its therapeutic values after being diagnosed with cancer. Her passion and perseverance has led her to become a nationally recognized award-winning artist, art instructor, and the successful business owner of Berkshire Paint and Sip. She continues to encourage and foster creativity in her students and others inspired by her art. Ms. IglesiasaEURtm paintings are influenced by family connections, nature, and travel. Consisting of the tumultuous dimensions that nature offers, portraits with personalities, and engaging exotic landscape compositions, her canvases invite viewer involvement and have been described as insightful, symbolic, and clarifying. She conveys the vision of natureaEURtms grandeur to produce artwork that is expressive, of the highest quality, and will grab the vieweraEURtms interest and attention. A Berkshire-area native, Michelle Iglesias was born in 1972 in Blandford, MA and currently resides in Dalton, MA. She entered in to the art scene in 2002 when she opened Piece of My Art Gallery and Frame Shop in Westfield, MA. Two years after opening the gallery ...