Framed Abstract Artwork is a Decorator’s Delight

Decorating with framed abstract art opens up a world of possibilities. Whether you’re looking for a massive image to dominate the living room or trio of smaller pieces to finish a hallway, FramedArt.com features an extensive selection of abstract artwork to meet every need. We have over 22,000 pieces in inventory, ranging from classic to contemporary. This page provides a preview of the collection, with lots of category and artist links, as well as a pair of artist video gallery previews.

Beach Wood - Tom Reeves - Abstract Print

Tamara de Lempicka – Born on This Day – May 16, 1898

Tamara de Lempicka (1898-1980) was a leading artist of the Art Deco period. She was born in Warsaw, Poland and studied at Académie de la Grande Chaumière, as well as Académie Ranson in Paris, France. Her work, which was most popular prior to the end of World War II, melds cubist and neoclassical styles. She spent much of her life in the United States and passed away in Mexico, at the age of 81.

Tamara was best known for her portraits and nudes. As legend has it, she created her first portrait, a pastel drawing of her younger sister, at the age of ten. Jack Nicholson, Barbara Streisand, and Madonna are known to be collectors of her work.

Autoportrait by Tamara De Lempicka

Salvador Dali – Born on This Day – May 11, 1904

Salvador Dali (1904-1989) made his mark on the world with his wild Surrealist paintings, which he described as “hand-painted dream photographs.” He is among the most instantly recognizable artists of the twentieth century, notorious not just for his work, but for his a one-of-a-kind persona and impeccably styled mustache.

Audrey Hepburn – Born on This Day – May 4, 1929

Audrey Hepburn is an icon of style and screen, best remembered for Breakfast at Tiffany’s (1961), in a career that spanned the decades. She won an Oscar and a Golden Globe for her very first starring role, in Roman Holiday in 1953. FramedArt.com’s substantial collection of Audrey Hepburn artwork pays tribute to one of Hollywood’s greatest stars. To this day, no one has worn a pair of big sunglasses better than Audrey.

Audrey Hepburn looking through the Window at Tiffany's

Billy Jacobs Artwork is Infused with Folksy Charm

Billy Jacobs is a prolific contemporary American artist specializing in rural landscapes. He was born in Detroit, Michigan and grew up in Ohio, where the rural surroundings of his childhood subsequently inspired his artwork later in life. Farms and barns are prevalent in his work.

Most of Billy’s watercolor paintings are faithful renderings of actual locations in Ohio and Pennsylvania. His painting career has its roots in folk art. Billy’s rural landscape prints have garnered a great deal of acclaim over the past decade. His distinctive, folksy style is infused with timeless charm.

Elephant Pictures add Exotic Flair

Elephants are the most magnificent mammals to walk the face of the earth. They’ve inspired artists with their sheer majesty for generation after generation, from prehistoric times through the present. Our expanding collection of Elephant pictures contains a wide variety of pieces, with an extensive range of styles. The smallest artwork measures less than 12 x 12 inches and the most massive are as enormous as their subjects.

Popular Framed Elephant Pictures

Elephant by Dean Russo

While our collection is light on cave paintings, you will find many of the selections rendered in the latest trend-setting styles. The first pair of our favorite large elephant pictures packs quite a punch.  We’ll start with the wonderfully colorful pop art Elephant by Dean Russo. At a maximum size of 47 x 48 inches, it’s as big and bold as can be. John Banovich’s remarkable Power of One photograph (shown below), weighs in at 48 x 40 inches.