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Famous Artists Oil Paintings and Print Paintings for Sale in 2024!

1/12/2024 12:48:43 AM  (back to news list)

Our museum quality oil paintings are crafted using a detailed process that allows you to see and feel the brush strokes. Choose from popular artistic styles and movements like Impressionism, Modern & Abstract Art, Realism, Orientalism and more.

A successful artist bio conveys urgency and situates her work within a greater artistic narrative or movement. It also avoids artspeak and juggles high concepts in plain English.

Vincent Van Gogh

Van Gogh was a post-impressionist artist who created over 2,100 works of art in just over ten years. He struggled to make a living as an artist and had poor health, but his work became famous after his death.

Van Gogh used expressive color in his paintings and was able to convey emotions through brush strokes. One of his most famous paintings, Starry Night, features a night sky that glows with luminescent stars. The painting is a great example of his use of exaggeration and swirling patterns.

Leonardo Da Vinci

One of the most accomplished artists of all time, Leonardo da Vinci embodied the Renaissance concept of a polymath. He mastered painting, sculpture, architecture, cartography, botany, engineering and anatomy.

He defined new techniques, such as blurring effects (sfumato) and atmospheric perspective. His paintings were mesmerizing with their enigmatic expressions and scientific explorations of the human body.

His most famous work is the Mona Lisa, which still captivates modern viewers. He also drew detailed sketches of inventions and anatomy studies in his notebooks. He died in 1519 at the age of 67 in Clos Luce, France.

Rembrandt Van Rijn

Rembrandt's preoccupation with direct observation, modeling, and texture, as well as his depictions of light, space, and atmosphere, became standard for painters in the Dutch Golden Age. He was also a masterful draftsman and etcher, and he created a wide range of genres from commissioned portraits to history paintings and religious subjects.

These museum quality oil paintings will add a touch of elegance to any home or office. They are framed and arrive ready to hang. They are available in a variety of sizes and prices to suit any budget.

Pierre Auguste-Renoir

Upgrade your home or office with museum quality art reproductions that are as close to the original masterpiece as possible. You can choose from a variety of artistic styles and movement like Impressionism, Modern & Abstract Art, or Realism.

An early leader of Impressionism, Pierre-Auguste Renoir painted scenes of Parisian modernity and leisure with small brushstrokes. He used vibrant colors to evoke vibrations of light and color, and later veered toward Renaissance style composition and line.

"Last Light" depicts a dramatic sunset with a desert canyon and pines. It is framed with a contemporary gold floating frame and arrives ready to hang.

Paul Cezanne

Painting reproductions are a great way to add the beauty and splendor of masterpieces to your home without spending tens or millions of dollars. Discover museum quality art reproductions of popular paintings classified by artist, movement, and era to find the perfect match for your interior design needs.

Paul Cezanne (1839-1906) bridged the 19th-century Impressionism and the 20th-century Cubism. His masterful technique of building form with color influenced later artists, including Henri Matisse and Pablo Picasso. Cezanne's still lifes of Provencal apples and pears demonstrate his intense study of nature.

Henri Rousseau

Henri Rousseau was a self-taught artist with an amazing creativity and artistic techniques. He was a proponent of the Primitive or Naive art style, and he used the distorted forms for allusive impact and application of random colors to create an effect.

Born in Laval, France, Henri Rousseau worked as a customs clerk until he retired at age 49 to dedicate his time to painting. His colorful and dream-like landscapes and fanciful characters captivated audiences and earned him worldwide fame. His naiveté and childlike qualities often courted ridicule, though he aspired to conventional artistic acceptance throughout his career.

Claude Monet

Claude Monet's paintings demonstrate the true idealism behind the 19th century Impressionist art movement. With agile burshwork and quick dabs of joyful color, Monet captured fleeting impressions of nature in everyday settings.

Monet was a leader of the Impressionist group of artists including Edouard Manet, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, and Alfred Sisley. He was especially famous for his sequences of landscape paintings focusing on the same subject at different times of day. His most famous paintings include Impression Sunrise and his Water Lilies series. His lithographs mirror the imagery in his paintings.

Camille Pissarro

Reproduction paintings are a great way to add the beauty of famous art to your home. We carry a collection of high-quality, museum-quality art reproductions that will impress and inspire.

Pissarro veered away from his signature farmland illustrations with this mesmerizing illustration. We love the soft orange hues in this painting and the way it plays with the strengths of both detail and abstraction. Bring it to life on a canvas print! Pissarro was a Danish-French Impressionist and Neo-Impressionist painter born on the island of St. Thomas in what was then the Danish West Indies. He was mentored by artists such as Gustave Courbet and Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot, and was an important contributor to the Impressionist movement with his own work.

Gustav Klimt

A founding member of the Vienna Secession movement, Gustav Klimt's patterned paintings are characterized by subtle eroticism and ornamental elegance. Inspired by his father, a gold engraver, his artwork is often full of symbolism and gilded details.

Add a touch of ethereal beauty to your home with this beautiful oil painting reproduction of "Last Light" by Erin Hanson. The painting arrives in a contemporary gold floating frame and is ready to hang.

Paul Gauguin

A prolific multi-talented artist, Gauguin was a painter but also sculpted and created ceramics, drawing, and printmaking. Using color in an impactful and personal way, he is considered to be one of the trailblazers of Post-Impressionist art.

His restlessness led him to Tahiti, where he sought out people who would match his ideals. The community of painters, poets, and musicians in the South Seas inspired his most famous paintings. These works of art depict the unaffected grace and communal ease of Tahitian life. They feature bold colors and decorative effects.