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Discover 5,595 original painting artworks for sale between $1000 - $1999. Contemporary emerging artists: Daniele Lemieux, Phillip Flockhart, Vasily Tsabadze, Corinne Medina-saludo, Maria Klimek, Jack Diamond, Thor-leif Strindberg, Paul Carroll, Mijal Zachs, Reiner Makarowski, Sarangello Raquel, Susan Cantor-uccelleti, Denise Seyhun, Moesey Li, Pramod Apet are exhibiting their affordable original art. You can buy artwork online and browse 193 pages for more originals at the end of this page. To view detailed information for any of these artworks click the image or browse the artist's portfolio website.


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Phillip Flockhart: 'ochre 1', 2008 Encaustic Painting, Zeitgeist. Full Title . . . Ochre 1 Storming the Citadel with Robert Motherwell . . .Mixed media on Found. ...
, 2008
Zeitgeist - Painting
11 x 12 inches (27.9 x 30.5 cm)
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Phillip Flockhart: 'under the moon', 2010 Other Painting, Zeitgeist. Full title . . . Under the moon- Hastings Revisited . . . Mixed Media on paper framed...
Zeitgeist - Painting
23 x 23 inches (58.4 x 58.4 cm)
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Vasily Tsabadze: '98765', 2006 Oil Painting, Psychedelic.
, 2006
Psychedelic - Painting
98 x 71 cm (38.6 x 28.0 inches)
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Vasily Tsabadze: 'table', 2003 Oil Painting, Family.
, 2003
Family - Painting
100 x 70 cm (39.4 x 27.6 inches)
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Vasily Tsabadze: 'under apple tree', 2005 Oil Painting, Garden.
Garden - Painting
80 x 60 cm (31.5 x 23.6 inches)
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Vasily Tsabadze: 'diner', 2017 Oil Painting, People.
, 2017
People - Painting
72 x 63 cm (28.3 x 24.8 inches)
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Vasily Tsabadze: 'sity', 2017 Oil Painting, Landscape. sity...
, 2017
Landscape - Painting
100 x 80 cm (39.4 x 31.5 inches)
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Vasily Tsabadze: 'Cars 11', 2006 Oil Painting, Landscape.
, 2006
Landscape - Painting
155 x 85 cm (61.0 x 33.5 inches)
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Corinne Medina-saludo: 'mother s song', 2017 Oil Painting, Archetypal. oil on canvas, painted borders, unframed. ...
Archetypal - Painting
58 x 46 cm (22.8 x 18.1 inches)
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Maria Klimek: '363', 2017 Acrylic Painting, Abstract.
, 2017
Abstract - Painting
50 x 50 cm (19.7 x 19.7 inches)
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Maria Klimek: '375', 2017 Acrylic Painting, Abstract.
, 2017
Abstract - Painting
58 x 58 cm (22.8 x 22.8 inches)
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Jack Diamond: 'wetlands sunset', 2017 Acrylic Painting, Cityscape. Wetlands sunset is an acrylic painting on clear acrylic plexiglass. It mounts to the wall with polished aluminum standoffs. Inspired by the many sunsets IaEURtmve seen as I traveled across America. ...
Cityscape - Painting
48 x 24 inches (121.9 x 61.0 cm)
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Thor-leif Strindberg: 'shore at the island of Öland', 2017 Acrylic Painting, nature.
nature - Painting
31 x 47 inches (78.7 x 119.4 cm)
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Thor-leif Strindberg: 'Lake Vettern at Borghamn', 2017 Oil Painting, Seascape.
Seascape - Painting
31 x 23 inches (78.7 x 58.4 cm)
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Paul Carroll: 'untitled', 2016 Oil Painting, Abstract.
, 2016
Abstract - Painting
48 x 48 inches (121.9 x 121.9 cm)
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Mijal Zachs: 'awake', 2014 Acrylic Painting, nature. sea, corals, colors, movement...
, 2014
nature - Painting
100 x 100 cm (39.4 x 39.4 inches)
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Mijal Zachs: 'rebirth', 2016 Acrylic Painting, nature. landscape, sea, tsunami, colors...
, 2016
nature - Painting
100 x 100 cm (39.4 x 39.4 inches)
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Mijal Zachs: 'implosion', 2017 Acrylic Painting, Abstract. Abstract, colors, geometrical...
, 2017
Abstract - Painting
90 x 120 cm (35.4 x 47.2 inches)
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Mijal Zachs: 'aleph', 2017 Acrylic Painting, Abstract. Yellow, abstarct...
, 2017
Abstract - Painting
100 x 120 cm (39.4 x 47.2 inches)
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Mijal Zachs: 'dune', 2017 Acrylic Painting, Abstract. pink, abstarct, circle...
, 2017
Abstract - Painting
100 x 120 cm (39.4 x 47.2 inches)
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Mijal Zachs: 'yellow black', 2017 Acrylic Painting, nature. abstarc, black, yellow...
nature - Painting
100 x 120 cm (39.4 x 47.2 inches)
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Mijal Zachs: 'ruins', 2017 Acrylic Painting, nature. landscape, prism, colors...
, 2017
nature - Painting
120 x 120 cm (47.2 x 47.2 inches)
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Reiner Makarowski: 'fusion forever', 2017 Oil Painting, Abstract. constructivistic expressive abstract...
Abstract - Painting
42 x 42 cm (16.5 x 16.5 inches)
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Reiner Makarowski: '4-8-9', 2017 Oil Painting, Abstract. expressive abstract...
, 2017
Abstract - Painting
50 x 50 cm (19.7 x 19.7 inches)
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Sarangello Raquel: 'children play', 2017 Acrylic Painting, Expressionism. children, play, blue, painting, ...
Expressionism - Painting
60 x 60 cm (23.6 x 23.6 inches)
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Susan Cantor-uccelleti: 'progression', 2017 Oil Painting, Abstract. expressive, reds, greens, textured, imaginative ...
Abstract - Painting
16 x 20 inches (40.6 x 50.8 cm)
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Denise Seyhun: 'stormy night', 2017 Oil Painting, Sea Life. Storm, sea world, seascape, lightning, stormy night...
Sea Life - Painting
24 x 18 inches (61.0 x 45.7 cm)
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Moesey Li: 'Militiaman', 1982 Oil Painting, Cityscape. realism, street, trees, genre painting, militiaman, car...
, 1982
Cityscape - Painting
60 x 60 cm (23.6 x 23.6 inches)
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Pramod Apet: 'love', 2016 Acrylic Painting, Figurative. beautiful expression, boy, friends, noughty, smiling faces, acrylic painting, indian art, playing, nice color, child hood, figurative, children, Love, lovely, girls, girl, friends...
, 2016
Figurative - Painting
46 x 34 inches (116.8 x 86.4 cm)
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Jan Pozzi: 'fruit basket', 2017 Acrylic Painting, Abstract.
Abstract - Painting
36 x 40 inches (91.4 x 101.6 cm)
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    Daniele Lemieux - My work is a celebration of humanity as represented by the universally familiar. I seek to instill the commonplace with the same reverence given by 17th century masters to objects denoting wealth and social position. As an antidote to modern day excessiveness, my deliberate choice and treatment of objects is an invitation to revisit the quiet dignity and poetry of the basic form. Objects become icons; valued for usefulness, not decoration; acquired through need, not through want. Stripped of artifice, they are symbolic of the desire to return to that which is true. My compositions are often loosely based on the classic triangle and are centered in the picture plane. This combination allows for a calm balance that can border on the spiritual. My artist's eye edits out the superfluous, seeking harmony and peace, offering the viewer a place where order replaces chaos.contemplation leads to an affirmation of self-worth. "The profoundest order is revealed in what is most casual." (Fairfield Porter) ...

    Phillip Flockhart - STATEMENT It has been said of my work Spanish Radio Interview 2005 that is is very ecclectic. This is true but I find the world and life so rich in texture, colour and drama and dare I say ecclectic in its amazing diversity, that I fail to see how I could respond as an artist any other way than I do. Having said this, I must add that my art philosophy is actually always present in the content of my work, although themes come and go and reflect other areas of my life- for instance I have been a street drugs worker since 1976 and an art educator facilitator in formal education and in the wider community for many years and these experiences have coloured and influenced the themes of my art- yet if examined the content of the work remains as it has for 35 years now- the attempt to disseminate the picure plane, with colour, real time space CollageRelief, imagery or optical device perspectiveopto-kinetism, to reveal the magic that lays beyond .... I believe that this is what Marc Rothko meant when he said that his paintings invited the viewer to step within the work ......... for when we ...

    Corinne Medina-Saludo - Corinne Medina-Saludo: Creating a Figurative Kinestesic Art The basis of the art of this french contemporary painteri?1/2s research is the " body-mind", or better said, "body lenguage": the painter using her inside physical and emotionnal feelings, as a medium, and also, intention of her art. In her painting act, a mental representation of the body is, at least, coming into the canvas, as a plastic element of of "painted sintaxis" She is a member of Taylor's Fundation of Paris, since 2006, and represented by Drouot-Cotation since 2000. She recently exhibited some featured works, as "Resurrection" in the Miami Museum of the Americas", ( 2010 july, International ART Exhibition). ...

    Maria Klimek - My painting is an emotional mirror of my person which animates my plastic works. My art is a trigger of sensations and feelings that are intended to propose s universal language. In my creation I look for the harmony. Led by the graphics and colours, joy and freshness, I opt for geometrical forms. In my work, I am looking for a simple and well-balanced aesthetics allowing each of them to escape through a uniqueness and originality. The diverse materials, resin, papers, mats, the brightest, overlays, colours, tears are elements which, as strokes make exaggerated sign of my painting. I use a small palette of colours and besides paintings of buildings, products of the pharmaceutical industry, varnishes, lacures, inks and colours based on water. With all this I get some surprising encounters which facilitate the hatching of a work In other words, my research will be fruitful if the final receiver of my works is your glance....

    Jack Diamond - My interest in art as self expression started at a very early age. I sold my first painting at eighteen. Never attending an art school I learned my craft on the job as an apprentice to master craftsmen. Learning to do restoration work, to paint reproductions of the old masters paintings, as well as painting murals, faux and Trompe l'oeil for many of the world's most demanding clients. Later I attended Akron University to study theater scene painting. As a master artist I have designed and painted theater scenery for numerous productions and painted private commissions for well established internationally known designers as well as original works that are collected around the world. I taught painting as an adjunct professor at Ashland University and The Richland Art Academy. Now working in my New York studio I have turned my attention to capturing the times and world I live in. I paint by memory because I want to paint only the memorable. My compositions take form in my imagination based on my experiences. Currently, my work reflects my interest in math and it's connection to nature, specifically in Fractal geometry, exploring the idea of fusing infinite and finite ...

    Thor-Leif Strindberg - During the last years, I have moved more and more towards the abstract art. When searching for new roads in a strange territory, you always make new discoveries, and I have found a mode of expression that enables me to tell the observer a lot more than by depicting nature and the human form. A distinct, detailed subject can easily become an obstacle to communication by prevailing in the eyes of the beholder. In my abstract paintings I can transform thoughts and impressions directly into colors and shades, textures and brush strokes, like grooves on an old record. Neither do the paintings carry any titles, since I believe that this might limit the experience, because the beholder would consciously or unconsciously look for definite, well known shapes in the picture. So when something is depicted in my paintings, it is always something very simple. Like bowls. And cups. And plates. Plain and ordinary things that we all recognize - things that can easily give up their natural roles as utility goods and turn into picture elements with a new purpose and function as carriers and conveyors of memories, dreams, feelings. People often ask me about the texts in my paintings. The ...

    Paul Carroll - In the act of observing , an object, figure, the idea is understood, by my perspective, a place in time, and interpretation, an interactive relationship between myself and that which is observed. I have always felt, upon the rendering through painting a kind of intimacy is developed, though the act of mind, hand, heart. As a painter I explore the risk of materials and ideas, as well as the autonomy the work itself demands, in order to explore the unfamiliar, in the hopes of creating something new. My inspiration comes from my environment and experience, I grew up and studied in the epicentre of chance, New York City, saturated with urban messaging, a landscape awash in pre-digital billboards built with layers upon layers of peeling information no longer conveying a single message but a visual distortion of fact, a decomposing testament to a rate of change not comprehensible by the average passerby. Though the means of the Abstract I attempt to make the unconscious, conscious by the use of allegory and symbolism to bridge the gap between the intellectual, thought filled real world, and the intuitive, spiritual world of the senses, in the hopes of imbuing the richness of a ...

    Mijal Zachs - My work is a tautological investigation on painting. I started it while reflecting on the representation and simulation of reality, transforming the pictorical realm with the strategies of camuflage. Here, painting is not part of the context, but it's rather created as the support and is mediated by the interlocutor aEUR" the observer. The painting moves seducing the canvas and, as it advances, it copies itself in a mimetic manner and it represents itself as if it were a reflection. The mirror reproduces in a game of viewing, pretending to see itself but being someone else; a subtle vail that faces its condition of mask, guiding us towards reality....or maybe not. Through this investigation I have found different surroundings: from fabrics with given patterns, to tapistries, papers and woods. All of them have relinquished to me their condition and I have established with them a dialogue. The painting, loyal to its author, creates new strategies as it progresses and it developes through roads that intersect with each other and deliniate new trails. Its discourse moves forward with the aEURoeIaEUR being aEURoethe other.aEUR When I intervene without hiding the fabric's pattern, I develope an equilibrium that creates the ilusion ...

    Reiner Makarowski - I don't like the usage of " uploading the importance and the meaning of artworks by words". I don't like it at all ... and I'm committed not to take place in this marketing game. The main influences of my work seem to be the so called classic modernism represented for example by works of Kandinsky, Klee, Braques a.o. Other influences come from many contemporary painters , for example guys who prefer the so called "lyrical expressionism". And of course I'm on the road to find and establish "my style". ...

    Reiner Makarowski - Susan Cantor-Uccelleti - My Statement as an artist and what art means to me and effects my life aEURoeArt Heals Body and SoulaEUR Abstract Expressionism gives me the freedom to express my inner feelings and also how I see the world around me through color and movement. My paintings are my life on canvas which I hope to be able to share so others can see the beauty and the wonders around us. This gives me purpose to go on, to be able to create is to live. Painting has always been part of life, in my early years I painted what I was able to see, but now I paint my emotions. My life, as everyone, has had its ups and downs. Each of my paintings represent my moods and situations around me. When you first look at my art, you will see colors, but as you back up and study each painting, you will see something different. Each piece of my artwork has some part of me which I gratefully want to pass on to you. My work is all original, there are no copies or prints, each one of a kind. When I paint, I think colors, movement and balance, ...

    Denise Seyhun - The glowing energy of waves and the foaming seas captivate my soul, and as a result my seascapes, waterfalls, and riverscapes bare witness to my love and admiration for the force and elegance of bodies of water. Main character in my oil paintings is water, which deeply fascinates me, not only as true beauty but also with its transparent colors reflecting in constant motion. As an artist my purpose is to accomplish the portrayal of the emotional tones and depths of shades of truth that are displayed in continuous movement. For this particular reason the unseen and untold dimensions that the undertones and the overtones of bodies of water allow me to experiment with a wide array of colors on my palette. Consequently, my goal is to never repeat myself in my artistic journey as I continue to play with many shades of reflections in water until I have compiled a finite collection of all shades of water....

    Pramod Apet - My name is Pramod Apet and I believe myself to be a very expressive person. I realized it very early in my life that painting was something that made me happy. It was actually me and therefore wen I decided to take painting as a career, I joined Abhinavkala Mahavidyala in Pune which is where I learnt the basics of my profession. After that I joined the very well known J. J. School of Arts in Mumbai, where I was groomed and that was the time when I transformed into an Artist. I love to spread happiness with my paintings and believe that if we set a happy atmosphere around us, it can be done through beautiful paintings. In my works, one can generally find jolly, loving and happy kids. Specially, the Brahmin boys that were seen during the traditional educational system of our Indian people, i.e., Gurukul system, could be generally seen through my works. I have relied on using acrylic colors in my art forms which help me in depicting the various expressions of my subjects very effectively. With the help of these, I have been able to show the kids in various acts of life, showing ...