Abstract Art Prints for Sale
Shop our curators' selections of abstract art prints. From gold and blue arabesques to abstract beach scenes, our collection of abstract prints contains a wealth of stylish purchasing choices. Introduce a modern artistic element to your home or office wall today.
Black and White Abstract Prints
The black and white and the abstract share much in common. Artworks by Jonathan Critchley and Helmut Hirler combine realistic subject matter with a black and white depiction in order to create scenes which illuminate the element of abstraction hiding behind the realistic.
Colorful Abstract Prints
Artist Orlanda Broom's circular flower prints combine vivid colors with an imaginative rendering of flowers. Kate Shaw's view of mountains and lakes is a wholly new experience, reminiscent of cubism and watercolor. In her paintings she creates out of our alienation from nature a new kind of naturalism, founded on elements that remind us of plastic and two-dimensional objects.
Abstract Beach Prints
Alison Shaw's alluring abstractions of the New England coastline draw us in to a scene in movement, embodying a natural momentum and haziness. Lacey's famous narratives are inspiring and surreal, with an almost claymation-like quality.
Framed Abstract Art Prints
The abstract is something which by definition is not well-contained the the edges of perception, or of an artwork. Ranging across reality, and presenting us only with a cross-section of the imagination, an abstract print always has something of an unfinished quality. Framed art, by delimiting the subject matter, and giving a presence and formality to an abstract artwork, allows you to close this one chapter of the artistic journey, and place a more "stable" piece of art on your wall.
Lenticulars are artworks which change as the viewer contemplates them from different angles. Beatrice Hug's dynamic abstract lenticular prints are a play on energy and color. Armand Dijcks' New York skylines take the viewer from sunrise to sunset.
Featuring Abstract Art Prints in Your Home
Abstract prints are versatile, and can be featured in any room of your home or office. Our curators especially recommend abstract prints for a wall in your bedroom or home office. Both rooms are congenial to works which establish a particular atmosphere, and aid in concentration. Smaller abstract prints can also be leaned against a wall, for example in a hallway, where you can co-opt the "internal momentum" or direction of a motif to help set the feng shui of the room in the directions in which people typically move through a room.
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