Amazon Low-Key Has a Great Art Collection—Here’s Our Edit
Published Aug 12, 2019 4:53 PM
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Amazon may be the place we go for household staples, books, party decorations, electronics, and even groceries… the list can go on and on. But art? Not so much. So color us surprised when we stumbled upon the fact that the mass retailer has a pretty extensive offering of prints and wall art hidden beneath the depths of the infinite scroll that is amazon.com.
Now, don’t go expecting to find original oils or the early works of up-and-coming artists. Rather, think of it as a source for the missing piece to that ever-growing gallery wall. Don’t believe us? We rounded up the very best of what Amazon has to offer in wall art and prints to help you get started on your budding art collection. See for yourself.
Campbell’s Soup Can, 1965 Art Print by Andy Warhol
Warhol’s ode to Campbell Soup is an iconic one, which in turn, makes this print an obvious choice.
A pastel-fueled ode to the warmer days of summer that’s equal parts charming and serene.
Icarus by Henri Matisse, Matte Poster Print Wall Art
Pair with Matisse’s Blue Nude for a truly dynamic power duo.
Beth Hoeckel’s beautifully detailed collages never cease to inspire us and this lush print is no exception.
Rothko’s unapologetically bold use of color will come in handy for the minimalist in need of a little saturation.
A minimalist-friendly print that’s equal parts abstract and detailed.
Print of Chinoiserie Wallpaper
For the floral enthusiast who can’t quite commit to that all-encompassing botanical wallpaper just quite yet.
“Untitled (1960), 1983” by Jean-Michel Basquiat
A true statement piece that can stand alone and command the decorative direction of the room with effortless ease.
A standard city scene gets an artful revamp with a saturated splash of orange we can’t keep our eyes off.
Jacob Lawrence Framed Art Print
A little touch of romance never hurt anyone—and this stunning print is about swoon-worthy as it gets.
Pumpkins Screaming About Love by Yayoi Kusama
For the budding art lover with a true appreciation of the bold and daring.
The next best thing to seeing Banksy’s works IRL is having a replica of it in your home.
A whimsical print to inspire endless hours of daydreaming.