Flower Art for your Walls
LUMAS is the home of flower wall art. Our collection includes stunning pictures of flowers in every conceivable genre. Flower art has a special ability to illuminate your interiors, bringing verve and color to your walls. Come discover our flower wall art!
Popular Flower Wall Art:
Beautiful Flowers: From Still Lifes to Abstract Art
Flower art has a long history. From the 16th century, flowers became a staple of representational art. Still life art took flowers as an ideal subject for representing what is beautiful. The paradox of capturing flowers in this way was clear: there is nothing less stable than the beauty of flowers, which wilt with changing seasons, atmospheres, and temperatures.
Flowers are traditionally a symbol of feminine beauty. But the colors themselves also have a symbolic character. Yellow flowers, like sunflowers, represent the son. White flowers, like orchids, are associated with innocence, and with death. Blue flowers stand in for the secretive and the discrete. Red flowers, like roses, remind us of blood, but of course their symbolism has undergone a huge transformation, as they are nowadays seen mostly in connection with passion and romance.
Flower Wall Art: Traditional and Contemporary
Mark Seelen's art is an interpretation of classic themes. At a first glance his compositions seem to be identical to the Flemish masters of the 17th century. But look a little closer. A lamp cable, a cell phone, or plastic packaging reveal themselves, blended seamlessly into the picture. In this way Seelen creates flower artworks which are a meeting point of the classical and the modern everyday.
Annet van der Voort's work portrays wilting tulips. Her pictures refer to the traditional motif of Vanitas, the folly of humans who allow the reality of death to fall out of view, and mistake themselves as immortal. In order to emphasize the contrast between the quick and the dead, her mementos mori include insects and small animals among the tulips.
The Diversity of Flower Wall Art
Contemporary artists portrait flowers with more familiar painting techniques, but they also do so with modern methods, like digital photography. Experimental photo artists produce flower artworks which astonish and inspire the viewer. The combination of traditional subject matter, contemporary concerns, and innovative techniques give each of these works a unique character.
The photo artist René Twigge captures blooming lilies, tulips, and daisies, which she then edits digitally. The result is vibrant flower artworks, which, set against dark backgrounds, constitute dynamic works of art.
Isabelle Menin also creates her flowers with digital editing methods. She makes copies of roses, tulips, and orchids, arranging them in explosive digital bouquets.
Flower Wall Art: The Right Print for Every Wall
With LUMAS you'll find the right piece of art for every room. Flowers have a special place as a part of your living room art arrangements. Our room pages contain tips on how to use color and space to your advantage. Do your walls present big blank spaces? Large art prints is the perfect way to turn your wall into a window onto new worlds. Our page on colorful art contains a wealth of information and practical tips on how to use flowers in your decor.