Whether you know the definition of classical art or not, at one point, the names of Leonardo da Vinci, Vincent van Gogh, Michelangelo, Gustav Klimt might ring a bell. If not, not to worry; this post has you covered. These names pioneered some of the most outstanding artwork in the world. Frame art and famous art prints like “The Mona Lisa” and “The Kiss” remain integral pieces of essential classical art. But first, let’s understand what is meant by the term classical art.
What turns a house into a home? What makes a living space a place where people can flourish and grow? A lot of it has to do with what you put in that space. After all, we tend to become what we see. Thus, if you wish to be an inspiration to others, you must fill your home with things that inspire you. Thankfully, Framed Art has your back! Our collection of inspirational wall hangings is more than enough to meet your needs. Here are a few of our favorites.
Japandi Art has taken the world by storm….a quiet, serene, simplistic storm, that is. It is a loving combination of the simplistic yet rustic design from Scandinavia with the calming, minimalistic artistry from Japan. The fusion of these two styles, from opposite ends of the globe, combine offering clean lines, a natural color palette, as well as a soothing contemporary feel. Understanding the elements of the Japandi style makes it easier to incorporate into your home or office without effort.
Grandmillennial design has seen a recent surge but is by no means a new trend. Sometimes called granny chic, this style of decorating your home mixes antique and vintage pieces with modern accents. Blending modern and contemporary styles creates a unique, comfortable, as well as relaxing environment in your home.
There are a variety of ways to tap into this nostalgic and fresh design. Selecting vintage furniture, combining neutral and pastel color schemes, incorporating fabrics with bold patterns that mirror the color scheme of the room are just a few suggestions for those looking to style their home granny chic.
An easy way to bring grandmillennial design into your home is to add framed art into different rooms.
What kind of art can you hang in your home or office? The answer to this question, naturally, depends on your taste and your goals for decor. One thing many wonder about is how to add art to a modern space. Whether your modern space is designed by a cool neutral color palette or the latest modern architecture, it’s still possible to find aesthetic framed art without falling back on abstract sculpture.
Framed traditional artwork isn’t just one style. It includes every palette of colors and moods. You can hang painted illustrations on a clean canvas background or detailed cafe vistas. Postoral vista, gardens, and forest artwork can create a window into another place hanging on your wall, while traditional portraits and still-life paintings can reflect the themes in a trendy space.
It’s time to get bold with colorful high contrast art! The stunning colors and brave brushstrokes of high contrast art brighten any room. We’re here to recommend new additions, room by room, for each area of your living space! Framed, abstract pieces fit any decoration style and color scheme, and we’ll prove it! Continue reading with a certain area in mind, or let us lead you, open-minded, through the many possibilities!
Self-expression may be pretty popular right now, but it’s far from a new idea. In fact, the “Express Yourself” movement, among artists at least, started early on in the 20th century, if not before. The artists of the Expressionist era were all about feeling your feelings, even the uncomfortable ones. Expressionist art isn’t afraid to distort reality or use a ton of paint for the sake of emotion.
If we’re being totally fair, you can find emotionally expressive art in every single artistic era (after all, it’s what artists do best!) But the official expressionists were a special group. We’ll highlight a few in this post.
Watercolor art sounds simple enough… take some dry paint, add some water, and create a colorful work of art! But the styles and scope of watercolor are vast and beautiful. You can find watercolor art in any color imaginable in this post, we’ll highlight some of our favorite pieces from every inch of the spectrum.
From the astonishingly simple to the crazy complex, drawing and etchings never fail to be interesting. In this post, we’ll explore different subject matter, style, and artist, and dive into the vast, intricate world of drawing!