Cityscape Paintings(124 items)
Welcome to the Cityscape Painting Gallery at NOVICA.
Boni Oil on canvas paintings
"Today, most of my paintings have been inspired by things I've experienced. Part of my theme is the poverty in which many campesinos are submerged."
"I was born on May 14, 1962, one of six children. My father worked in the fields. I remember I went to school, but only for one year. My family couldn't afford to keep me in... read more
Popular Cityscape Paintings
Impressionist Painting of Tomayquichua Village in Peru, "Tomayquichua"$257.99
Reveling in the quaint beauty of the village of Tomayquichua, Peruvian artisan Teodoro Reque Liza paints this tranquil scene. He works in an impressionist style, capturing the stucco, ceramic-tiled houses that are framed against two great hills. Two townspeople and three llamas casually make their way through the quiet village streets.
Signed Expressionist Maritime Painting (2017) from Peru, "Life in Pucusana"$1,339.99
Inspired by the charming and tranquil fishing town of Pucusana, Peruvian artist Teodoro Reque Liza paints this unforgettable scene that invites you to discover the maritime culture of his country. In the foreground, boats are moored and ready to set out on the waters, framed against the geometric shapes of the hillside town that seem to glow with the rays of the sun, captured in an impressionist style.
Jade Tone Signed Indian Mughal Miniature Painting on Silk, "Royal Travels"$49.99
The opulent lifestyle of Mughal era royalty inspires this elegant painting. From Madhur Khandelwal, it depicts a king who parades through the streets on the back of a royal elephant. Courtiers accompany him, all dressed in fine silks. "Miniature" refers to the incredible details rather than to the size of this work of art.
Signed Oil Painting of Lake Atitlan in Jewel Colors, "Lake Atitlan II"$124.99
Working in oil on canvas, Bonifacio Maxia Cutzal celebrates the beauty of Lake Atitlan with its cold, deep waters. The Guatemalan artist paints the view from a cobblestone lane on the shore. In the distance, the San Pedro and Tolimán volcanoes stand tall above the blue lake.
Titled "Lago de Atitlán II" in Spanish.