Collection of 5 Famous Artists Prints

There are various reasons why wall art is more than just decoration in your home. Unlike other artificial home décor items, it adds colour and life to your environment. A gorgeous print inspired by a great picture is a demonstration of originality as well as the skill, effort, and time invested.

Every painting by a notable artist has a story behind it. Finding genuine art works may be difficult because they are typically kept safe at prominent museums and galleries. You can, however, quickly bring home canvas prints inspired by the works of your favourite painters.

St. John’s Portrait by Doménikos Theotokópoulos

Doménikos Theotokópoulos (El Greco) was a well-known Greek painter best known for his picture of Apostle John the Evangelist. This print is inspired by the artwork, and words cannot adequately describe this wonderful work of art. It’s remarkable how the artist has nailed St. John’s expression in this artwork. Furthermore, the attention to detail in the colours and facial features makes it an outstanding choice for striking wall art. It is undeniably a show-stopping print, and there is no way you will not adore it.


Lovely blossoms by Vincent Van Gogh

Several painters have looked up to Vincent Van Gogh, and this is a reproduction wall art print inspired by his work. Van Gogh was one of the most talented artists of the post-Impressionist era, and this print exemplifies his abilities. Furthermore, the design of the print frame and the lovely blue and white floral print are ideal for updating your living area. These lovely blossoms can create a pleasant atmosphere in your room, especially if you prefer lighter and cooler colours.

Life in the City by Ambrogio Lorenzetti

Ambrogio Lorenzetti was a 13th-century master painter, and the Allegory of Good and Bad Government was one of his most famous works. This wonderful print set is inspired by Lorenzetti’s iconic picture depicting city life at the time. Colorful vintage houses and people going about their daily lives make for a joyful scene. If you enjoy using vintage prints to decorate your living space, this is a fantastic idea. The bright print features beautiful minute elements that will draw a lot of attention from people visiting your home.

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The Battle zone by Antoine Jean Gros

The Battle Zone is an amazing print that is a shadow of Antoine Jean Gros’s artwork, Battle of Abukir. He was a well-known French artist who lived in the 18th century, and this combat scene is one of his best works. Such lovely Renaissance-style canvas prints can quickly become the focal point of your home. So, when you hang this fantastic print on one of your main walls, let others speak about it and admire your choice in art.

Journey of Life by Mary Stevenson Cassatt

Mary Stevenson Cassatt and Marie Pauline Morisot were two of the earliest artists to pioneer the collage art movement, which is still very popular today. The Journey of Life is a stunning collage print inspired by the collages of Cassatt and Morisot from the late nineteenth or early twentieth century. The lovely print depicts various events in the lives of two girls. If you’re looking for an art poster to hang as a statement piece in your living room, this is the one.

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