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Discover 2,127 original painting artworks for sale between $500 - $599. Contemporary emerging artists: Alexandr Ivanov, Daniela Isache, Richard Wynne, Patricia Benitez, Dana Zivanovits, Ruth Olivar Millan, Mario Cossu, Vladimir Bourrec, Dennis Chadra, Manjiri Kanvinde, Satu Laurel, Antonio Trigo, David Guzman, Lisa Mayes, Beata Wehr, Veronica Shimanovskaya, Vanessa Bernal, Meliha Druzic, Zamin Sangtarash, Leif Mårdh, Arnold Grace Jr, Henry Anaje, Gregory Elsten, Thora Hamilton are exhibiting their affordable original art. You can buy artwork online and browse 74 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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Daniela Isache: 'Connections', 2009 Oil Painting, Expressionism.                             expressionist, composition                        ...
Expressionism - Painting
60 x 40 cm (23.6 x 15.7 inches)
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Richard Wynne: 'Mountain Sunrise', 2011 Oil Painting, Abstract Landscape.   oil_ landscape_ abstract_ mountains_ sunrise_ colorful_ southern California      ...
Abstract Landscape - Painting
12 x 16 inches (30.5 x 40.6 cm)
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Patricia Benitez: 'Cervidae', 2012 Oil Painting, Surrealism.
, 2012
Surrealism - Painting
4 x 6 inches (10.2 x 15.2 cm)
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Dana Zivanovits: 'THE WHARF', 2011 Acrylic Painting, Sea Life.  This painting was done on stretched canvas with acrylic paint.      ...
, 2011
Sea Life - Painting
18 x 24 inches (45.7 x 61.0 cm)
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Ruth Olivar Millan: 'After Breast Cancer', 2012 Acrylic Painting, Impressionism.    Brillant acrylic color in an international perspective in the style of the great muralists.  ...
Impressionism - Painting
18 x 24 inches (45.7 x 61.0 cm)
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Mario Cossu: 'Yellow Roses', 1998 Oil Painting, Floral.  A face of a woman among yellow roses. ...
Floral - Painting
12 x 16 inches (30.5 x 40.6 cm)
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Vladimir Bourrec: 'Look into the past', 2012 Acrylic Painting, Education.  Woman with a fringe  ...
Education - Painting
30 x 30 cm (11.8 x 11.8 inches)
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Vladimir Bourrec: 'Inconsciente, Teenager vulgar', 2012 Acrylic Painting, Education.  Uncautious teenager girl, with glitter and flashy colors  ...
Education - Painting
30 x 30 cm (11.8 x 11.8 inches)
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Dennis Chadra: 'Variations in Red', 2011 Oil Painting, Still Life.  Apples, Vase, Still Life, Oil on Board,        ...
Still Life - Painting
10 x 8 inches (25.4 x 20.3 cm)
Manjiri Kanvinde: 'Evening in New York', 2012 Acrylic Painting, Cityscape.    Medium: Acrylic on gallery wrapped canvasSize: 24
Cityscape - Painting
24 x 18 inches (61.0 x 45.7 cm)
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Satu Laurel: 'Mountains', 2012 Oil Painting, Surrealism.
, 2012
Surrealism - Painting
61 x 50 cm (24.0 x 19.7 inches)
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Antonio Trigo: 'lemons', 2007 Acrylic Painting, Still Life.
, 2007
Still Life - Painting
30 x 20 cm (11.8 x 7.9 inches)
David Guzman: 'Fantasy', 2008 Acrylic Painting, Fantasy.
, 2008
Fantasy - Painting
29 x 42 cm (11.4 x 16.5 inches)
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Lisa Mayes: 'Birth', 2011 Acrylic Painting, Abstract Figurative.
, 2011
Abstract Figurative - Painting
36 x 38 inches (91.4 x 96.5 cm)
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Lisa Mayes: 'Star Gazing', 2011 Acrylic Painting, Abstract Figurative.
Abstract Figurative - Painting
36 x 38 inches (91.4 x 96.5 cm)
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Beata Wehr: 'E 46', 2011 Encaustic Painting, Abstract Landscape.
, 2011
Abstract Landscape - Painting
16 x 16 inches (40.6 x 40.6 cm)
Veronica Shimanovskaya: 'Rockport 2', 2011 Oil Painting, Landscape.
, 2011
Landscape - Painting
12 x 14 inches (30.5 x 35.6 cm)
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Vanessa Bernal: 'Mujer Morada ', 2008 Acrylic Painting, Abstract Figurative.   Abstract Expressionism, Expressionism, Abstract, Modern Art,    ...
Abstract Figurative - Painting
18 x 24 inches (45.7 x 61.0 cm)
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Meliha Druzic: 'Old Bridge Mostar', 2011 Oil Painting, Culture.
Culture - Painting
60 x 50 cm (23.6 x 19.7 inches)
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Zamin Sangtarash: 'Maloom aur Na maloom Afraad', 2009 Oil Painting, People.  Maloom aur Na- maloom Arfaad, means Identified and Unidentified People; borrowed from the terminologies from the newspapers in pakistan( some unidentified men gunned down certain people; which is a commonplace and government is apathetic towards it) . This is on the context of terrorism and genocide of Hazara people of Pakistan...
People - Painting
24 x 18 inches (61.0 x 45.7 cm)
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Zamin Sangtarash: 'TeriTasveer', 2011 Oil Painting, People.  Teri Tasveer means Your Picture in urdu. This somehow represents face of a woman in third world, radically islamic society. How much they are exposed to life and how much they have the opportunity to experience life. ...
People - Painting
24 x 18 inches (61.0 x 45.7 cm)
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Leif Mårdh: 'Lonely tree on a windy day', 2010 Oil Painting, Landscape.  Oil on canvas ...
Landscape - Painting
50 x 60 cm (19.7 x 23.6 inches)
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Arnold Grace Jr: 'Woody', 2011 Acrylic Painting, Animals.  yorkshire terriers, , cute dogs, lovable dogs, expensive dogs, dog art prints, yorkshire terrier art prints, cute dogs art prints, small dog art prints, dog paintings, dog art prints, yorkie framed art, arnold grace dog art, animal art prints, international animal artist, ...
, 2011
Animals - Painting
20 x 16 inches (50.8 x 40.6 cm)
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Henry Anaje: 'PEACE OF NATURE', 2003 Oil Painting, Landscape.  THE PEACE OF NATURE THAT ELUDES MANKIND ...
Landscape - Painting
8 x 15 feet (2.44 x 4.57 m)
Gregory Elsten: 'big red door', 2011 Oil Painting, Figurative.     figurative    ...
Figurative - Painting
24 x 18 inches (61.0 x 45.7 cm)
Thora Hamilton: 'SIN AIRE IV detail', 2006 Acrylic Painting, Figurative.    . . . sin aire. . . .           ...
Figurative - Painting
29 x 38 inches (73.7 x 96.5 cm)
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Thora Hamilton: 'SIN AIRE IV', 2006 Acrylic Painting, Figurative.   . . . sin aire. . . .          ...
Figurative - Painting
29 x 38 inches (73.7 x 96.5 cm)
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Thora Hamilton: 'SIN AIRE III', 2006 Acrylic Painting, Figurative.  . . . sin aire. . . .         ...
Figurative - Painting
34 x 44 inches (86.4 x 111.8 cm)
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Thora Hamilton: 'SIN AIRE II', 2006 Acrylic Painting, Figurative.    . . . . sin aire. . . . .        ...
Figurative - Painting
33 x 44 inches (83.8 x 111.8 cm)
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Thora Hamilton: 'SIN AIRE I detail', 2006 Acrylic Painting, Figurative.   . . . . sin aire. . . . .       ...
Figurative - Painting
34 x 47 inches (86.4 x 119.4 cm)
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    Alexandr Ivanov - OVERCOMING OF LONELINESS Painting as well as any present{true} art is improbably sensitive to an essence of time, its{his} secrets, fears, hopes aEUR| the Rhythm of an epoch, its{his} power, always D1/2DuD3/4ND3/4D*D1/2DdegD1/2D1/2D3/4 are reflected in music, the literary statement, is freakish and D?D3/4N,DdegN'D1/2D1/2D3/4 leave traces on a canvas of the artist. Time silently addresses to the master inquiry. The end of a century of the past - the beginning present ascertained weariness of a postmodernism in which EVERYTHING has been admissible, and any Text became the World in which settled ND,D1/4NfD>>NDoNEURN<, allocated D,D1/2N,,DuNEURD1/2DdegD>>NOED1/2N>NOED1/2D3/4NN,NOE emphasized D,NN++DuNEURD?DdegD1/2D1/2D3/4NN,NOE searches of the modern language, new dialogue with itself and with eternity - all was, was, was. The existential loneliness of the person who has lost in time aEUR| became obvious Alexander Ivanov - very modern and duly artist. Its{his} painting is interesting to me for a long time. That not noticing, it{he} as it seems to me, has passed{has taken place} a complex{difficult} way of influences of a postmodern on its{his} handwriting. I ...

    Daniela Isache - Expressionism is my way to show the world as I see it. Since I was young, I looked at the world differently from my friends. I saw a strange world, wondering why the other people did not see it like me. The world I saw was unjust and made of unhappiness. Looking profoundly at the people's faces, I found them very expressive and I was stroked by their strange traits. I have never seen beautiful or ugly faces but only very expressive ones. Then, I began to paint these faces and I met my future love - Expressionism. At that time, I discovered and understood that the expressionist painting could express the life as I see it. I applied my Expressionism without making any concession to the beautiful or decorative painting. I applied it with force and sometimes with despair. However, when finishing a painting I felt released. I felt as if all my pain and troubles came out of my life. The dramatic motifs I found in everyday life created insurmountable interrogations and tensions. I became calm, but when I looked at my painting, I saw there fear, sorrow and I understood that my Expressionism saved me. Some people ...

    Richard Wynne - Richard is an acclaimed International Artist recently returned to the USA. Richard has lived in many Countries. "The last being Thailland. He started his art studies at a very young age at the John Herron Art Institute In Indianapolis, Indiana and then later at the Art Institute of Chicago Richard has lived in many countries, painting, and playing music. Mr Wynne has exhibited in Thailand, the United States, Spain, Argentina, Kuwait, Korea, Ihdia, and other Countries. Sometimes perhaps I say too much about my self but maybe it helps people understand what motivates my work. For your information I've lived in 8 different countries and have been around the world 5 times. I speak a few different languages, some very well; others not so well. By the way I am not a workaholic as I don't consider what I do work. I enjoy life too much. I forgot to say I am also a weight lifter as lifting weights is my Zen. When I am troubled the concentration it takes to lift makes me calm. I guess my page will probably be a little different from what people expect. Sorry I have not been uploading new work as ...

    Patricia Benitez - A slightly sadistic need to repulse fuels me. I work by manipulating darkness, anatomy, and mood. I distort the human body in ways that have caused reactions of disgust and discomfort. I present a darkened reality, which I force my viewers to face. I use my work as an expression of my desire to manipulate emotions, to perplex, to overwhelm....

    Dana Zivanovits - Dana Zivanovits was born in 1958 in Columbus, Ohio and received his art training from the Columbus College of Art and Design (1978 to 1982). After art school, he went abroad for a year and studied the art of the old masters in London, Paris, Madrid, Rome and Venice. Returning to his studio in Columbus to develop these influences into a new body of work, he then traveled to Mexico and studied the sculpture and painting of that country for an extended period. The unique and vivid colors of Palenque and Vera Cruz intensified his palette. After a period in Ohio, he then moved to Venice Beach, California where the brilliant light of the region reinforced his desire to capture effects of sunlight and atmosphere. Returning to Ohio in 1995, he has continued to paint themes deriving inspiration form sources such as world mythology, classic and B-grade cinema, literature and dreams. However his primary inspiration is direct observation from nature, versus an approach based in art theories or cultural critique. Dana has been widely represented by galleries and exhibition projects including Julie Rico and Mega Boom in Los Angeles, the Venice Art Detour, Around the Coyote Festival in Chicago ...

    Ruth Olivar Millan - Artists document their lives in a pictorial or emotional journal... the pains, sorrows and joys of their path are imbedded in their own artwork. It is an honest historical documentation of their perception of reality. It maybe pleasant, intense, serene...A painting can be a life time of poetry, a life time of viewing or silent conversation for the viewer. The thickness of the paint, the colors, textures, movement, balance, shape, line and symmetry or the absence of it all in a work of art, is creating something new and unique. Giving birth to new idea, that not only represents life but becomes life. The poetry of Art always brings out emotions of the interactionist. All this encompasses the viewer, that is the true artist. For new each perception is birthed a new meaning. Imagine life without creating art? can't even imagine any one not believing in it. The creative process is linked to the process of solving problems and opening minds to science and equations not yet solved. It opens our evolution to questioning and solving our problems, physical and well as emotional. It promotes healing and peace. I do art because I have to. I do ART ...

    Mario Cossu - I believe that another reality exists and that we can see it only with the eyes of the child who is inside of us. So I set free my mind and let the brush go on the canvas, translating my dreams, allucinations, mysterious presences, images of subconscious into oil paintings....

    Vladimir Bourrec - "I doni?1/2t have any theories or explanations about my painting, and im not sure i should have some. I suppose it would ruin a part of the spontaneity that im using on my paintings. What you see is a mere expression of my consciousness, i suppose. My only concern is to paint something nice to look at, i try to create a color harmony and to express myself " Vladimir Bourrec was born in 1980 in Auch (France). He spent his childhood in Stavanger Norway and moved in 2005 in Strasbourg, France where he actualy resides. Self-taught visual artist, he has been painting since year 2000. His style is very graphical, he often paints portraits mostly of women, but is also interested in abstract painting....

    Satu Laurel - Sublime and the search of beauty are the main starting points of my paintings. Traditional techniques serve that idea. There is also a hint of mystical, unanswered questions and secrets. Paintings are driven from psychology and unaware, hidden thoughts. Christian themes like Creation and human-God relationship interests me. Contradictions and paradoxes are fascinating. Ugly can be seen as beautiful and old gives a birth to a young. Letting go from the usual gives freedom to see more than the present moment....

    Lisa Mayes - Working in sculpture and painting, I create a narratives that place the viewer as a bystander examining an event that is unfolding. The 'events' occur at intersections where a subject is interacting with an architectural spaces or in a vacant landscape that have been altered by an intervention by industry and nature. My work acknowledges past and contemporary references of culture, class and environment. ...

    Beata Wehr - Many of my recent paintings are inspired by the desert, my collection of the found metal objects and emotional responses to the events happening here and at distant places. These three subjects do not have much in common, however all of them are part of my life and as such appear on the paintings. Sometimes the distinction between desert plants and my metal pieces is not clear, and the abstracted landscape contains collection of unrecognizable shapes. They are meditations on the desert and human urge to collect, comments on place and time. Others, in which intense shapes almost scream are emotional responses to the recent natural disasters and the tensions between the nations and cultures resulting in wars and acts of terror. Paintings in yet another group show dreamlike peaceful landscapes, those I wish would be reachable to everybody at all the times. I go back and forth between figuration and abstraction, trying to capture the feelings associated with specific locations or sometimes transforming the landscape into an almost non-descriptive one. Many of my works are about longing, or dreams. Some of the works have multiple layers of paint, the newer ones partially obscuring the older, symbolizing memory and ...

    Veronica Shimanovskaya - Shimanovskaya's work is concerned with the interplay of materials, shapes and colours orchestrated into harmonies informed by personal experiences. Aspiring to simultaneously explore the poetry and semantics of the visible world, she is convinced that the the viewer will make his or her own connections. ...

    Vanessa Bernal - Artist's statement: My earliest childhood memories are those of painting with my grandfather and frequently visiting the Art Institute of Chicago where we would spend countless hours together. He taught me that everything we come in contact with has the potential of becoming a work of art. My grandfather and I would take walks together to hunt for "treasures" of discarded objects that later he would turn into beautiful collages and assemblages. It is those lessons I carry with me and -today- in my work I see his influence. I have never been comfortable with expressing myself verbally. I am not one to strike up a conversation with a stranger, nor do I feel comfortable speaking to a group of people. Visual expression comes naturally to me; it is through this means I can best communicate with others and feel the most comfortable. At a young age I became aware of the injustices being perpetrated in the world and was deeply disenchanted with the political process as a means of creating effective change in our global community. For me, becoming an artist was inevitable. Through the visual arts not only did I communicate my life's passions, my fears, ...

    Leif Mårdh - To paint has always been a challenge to me. My uncle was a painter and my father was a sculptor, carving in wood. I learned a lot from them. Although I was very indeterminate as a young how to express my- self on canvas and develop my painting, how to chose style and media. I was a great admirer of the expressionists as well as of surrealists like Salvador Dali. Still very unsure of where is my homeyard in the enormous cityblocks of art I let the brush be conducted by in- fluence of my emotions. Sometimes resulting in creatures with yelling faces in a mess of colours, sometimes in themes in abstemious reticence. ...

    Arnold Grace Jr - I cannot imagine what my life would be without the ability to express my inner-most thoughts, dreams and other realities in a visual manner. I express myself through acrylic and oil paintings, mostly on canvas medium.The urge to recreate and interpret my internal and external stimulants is primal and brings me much satisfaction. I do not limit myself to any particular style. However I do tend to paint in an impressionistic form, verging on surrealism, imaginative and figurative representation also. My designs are not complicated or over worked images, but are effective statements of my experiences, augmented by the use of brilliant shimmering color composed from a tight pallette of primary and secondary colors. My subjects are people scenes, landscapes, seascapes and whatever I am compelled to do....

    Thora Hamilton - www.hamiltonartstudio.com ....I simply adore painting!! much of this material was the fruit of a somewhat banal provocation on the part of a buyer, who, while enthusiastic about earlier work by me (more emphatically abstract- an be seen on www.thorahamilton.com site), exclaimed "Why don't you make me some paintings of beautiful women...???!!"........and so I obliged!!! Clearly, as all painting comprises who an artist is and where metaphorically he/she is at the moment any given work is created, I was thus given a unique opportunity to wander into depths previously unexplored. ...