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Albert Williams 'Carnations of Radiant Colors' gallery-wrapped canvas is a high-quality canvas print of vibrantly colored flowers.... The dark background enhances each one of the different colored flowers. The distinction between the different kinds of carnations from the size of their petals to the different types of leaves on their stems are brilliantly realized to make the painting look as close to a an actual bouquet as possible. Albert Williams was born in Sussex, England, in 1922. He began painting at an early age being taught by both his Father and his Grandfather, before ultimately attending Brighton College of the Arts. He was originally a figurative and portrait painter. Throughout his studies he eventually moved to what he specialized in for many years, floral painting. He always worked from nature as is evident in the realism in which he paints floral arrangements. read more

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$51.33

Johannes Vermeer 'Young Woman with a Water Jug' gallery-wrapped canvas is a high-quality canvas print inviting the viewer into the... Dutch woman's world as she gazes out a window. This piece features one of Vermeer's essential theme of revealing the universal within the domain of the commonplace and is one of his most popular. This masterpiece will be a warm addition to any room. read more

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Mark Adlington's curled Arabian Wolf pup, removable wall art mural is a gorgeous reproduction featuring adolescent Arabian Wolf pu...p sketched in Blue and brown curled up with its ears pointed up in a deep gaze against a white background. This power piece will compliment any home or office. read more

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Diego Velazquez 'The Surrender of Breda' gallery-wrapped canvas is a high-quality canvas print in the artist's style, depicting Am...brogio Spinola conquering Breda, one of Velazquez's best works. A stunning and evocative addition to your home or office. Diego Rodriguez de Silva Velasquez was born in Seville, Spain, presumably shortly before his baptism on June 6, 1599. His father was of noble Portuguese descent. In his teens he studied art with Francisco Pacheco, whose daughter he married. The young Velasquez once declared, "I would rather be the first painter of common things than second in higher art." He learned much from studying nature. After his marriage at the age of 19, Velasquez went to Madrid. When he was 24 he painted a portrait of Philip IV, who became his patron. Velasquez was called the "noblest and most commanding man among the artists of his country." He was a master realist and no painter has surpassed him in the ability to seize essential features and fix them on canvas with a few broad, sure strokes. "His men and women seem to breathe," it has been said; "his horses are full of action and his dogs of life." Because of Velasquez' great skill in merging color, light, space, rhythm of line and mass in such a way that all have equal value, he was known as "the painter's painter." Ever since he taught Bartolome Murillo, Velasquez has directly or indirectly led painters to make original contributions to the development of art. Others who have been noticeably influenced by him are Francisco de Goya, Camille Corot, Gustave Courbet, Edouard Manet and James McNeill Whistler. His famous paintings include The Surrender of Breda, an equestrian portrait of Philip IV, The Spinners, The Maids of Honor, Pope Innocent X, Christ at Emmaus and a portrait of the Infanta Maria Theresa. read more

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$35.89

Diego Velazquez 'The Rokeby Venus' gallery-wrapped canvas is a high-quality canvas print in the artist's style, depicting Venus la...ying in a sensual pose while gazing into a mirror, held by her son Cupid. A tasteful and evocative addition to your home or office. Diego Rodriguez de Silva Velasquez was born in Seville, Spain, presumably shortly before his baptism on June 6, 1599. His father was of noble Portuguese descent. In his teens he studied art with Francisco Pacheco, whose daughter he married. The young Velasquez once declared, "I would rather be the first painter of common things than second in higher art." He learned much from studying nature. After his marriage at the age of 19, Velasquez went to Madrid. When he was 24 he painted a portrait of Philip IV, who became his patron. Velasquez was called the "noblest and most commanding man among the artists of his country." He was a master realist and no painter has surpassed him in the ability to seize essential features and fix them on canvas with a few broad, sure strokes. "His men and women seem to breathe," it has been said; "his horses are full of action and his dogs of life." Because of Velasquez' great skill in merging color, light, space, rhythm of line and mass in such a way that all have equal value, he was known as "the painter's painter." Ever since he taught Bartolome Murillo, Velasquez has directly or indirectly led painters to make original contributions to the development of art. Others who have been noticeably influenced by him are Francisco de Goya, Camille Corot, Gustave Courbet, Edouard Manet and James McNeill Whistler. His famous paintings include The Surrender of Breda, an equestrian portrait of Philip IV, The Spinners, The Maids of Honor, Pope Innocent X, Christ at Emmaus and a portrait of the Infanta Maria Theresa. read more

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$48.98

Jan Weiss's Parasol Parade, Art Appeelz Removable Wall Art Graphic 36X36 Jan Weiss Parasol Parade, Art Appeelz Removable Wall Art ...Graphic a print depicting Asian fashion coexisting with retro Japanese inspiration. A vibrant colored print for kitchen, office, family room and teen spaces. read more