New Artworks for Sale on Onarto : May 13 1. New Figurative Painting in Oil by Attasit Pokpong A winning blend of bold colors and subtle textures, this piece comes from famous contemporary Thai artist Attasit Pokpong‘s series of female portrait works. This large canvas painting can compliment any interior with its refined mood and inviting color scheme. Featured Work: #08 by Attasit Pokong, 2016,…
San Francisco based artist, Daniel Segrove’s figurative work deftly captures the emotional energy behind our diverse feelings and expressions.
Romanian contemporary painter, muralist and illustrator, Saddo has worked worldwide and is well known for his pop-surrealism style.
Australian artist Danie Mellor found inspiration in the history of Australia, meeting between Indigenous and Western cultures.
One of Australia’s best realist painters, Juan Ford’s spectacular imagery grapples with the pressing issues and concerns of contemporary society.
Tim Flach – the London-based photographer known for his abstract, anthropomorphic portraits of animals.
Amazing comics artwork by Alessandro Rabatti that illustrates the value of money and discusses economic crisis.
Thai multi-disciplinary artist, Araya Rasdjarmrearnsook’s works are renowned for their themes of death, life, spirituality.
Brooklyn-based artist Randall Stoltzfus creates gritty oil paintings that explore the rural landscapes of a childhood spent in the Shenandoah Valley.
Sebastian Bieniek portraits the daily routine of double faced girl having different postures.
Scott Scheidly depicts the femininity of Tyrants, popes and dictators on their starkly masculine bodies.
The modern world is messy, except when you’re Ursus Wehlri. In The Art of Clean Up, the Swiss artist deconstructs everything from a fruit salad to the night sky.
Do not miss an opportunity to take a look at these spectacular paintings of rural road views performed by talented Grant Haffner.
Multidisciplinary artist Guy Laramée transforms vintage books into stunning and timeless landscapes that capture the wonders of the natural world.
Iconic NYC painter with an eclectic heritage and a love for hip-hop culture, Tim Okamura is a respected artist in the field and among celebrity collectors.
New-York based website, Brooklyn Street Art (BSA), the dedicated resource for street art fanatics worldwide, compiles list of best street art of 2015.
Philip Munoz’s hyperrealistic works capture the glamor and beauty of modern young women adorned with tattoos, piercings and individualistic personal style.
Bangkok-based artist and Silpakorn graduate MM.Kosum’s cool and quirky girl-power illustrations of love, loss and emotions in rainbow colors.
Sacha Goldberger merges the modern day heroes and villains with 17th century art and shows a way to discover the melancholy of invincible people.