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We love art — obviously! And that’s why we love seeing what art everyone is into. That’s why we rounded up some of our bestsellers, to celebrate the pieces that have resonated with so many people. We’re sure you’ll find something to inspire you, too!

Tannenwald by Gustav Klimt

Most people know Gustav Klimt for his portrayals of the human form. His haunting, gilded tributes to the female form have made him one of the most famous artist of the Art Nouveau movement. And yet it’s Tannenwald (German for Pine Forest) that tops the charts. It’s easy to see why when you take one look: for a painting over 100 years old, it captures every rich color of the lush trees around Lake Attersee, Litzlberg.

Glacial I by Grace Popp

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Peace. Quiet. Tranquility. We can’t all escape to peaceful watercolored mountains and lakes, but with Grace Popp, the serene scenery comes to you. Grace Popp is from Virginia Beach, Virginia, and that environment has inspired her to celebrate the beauty of water and nature in all its forms. So if you want the peace of mind that the perfect landscape offers, this is the perfect print. It’s just right for creating a restful space, whether that’s in your master bedroom or your guest bathroom.

American Flamingo by John James Audubon 

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Animal art lovers will recognize the name of John James Audubon, famed American ornithologist, naturalist, and painter. He attempted to paint and describe every type of American bird, and this glorious Floridian flamingo is one of his best. Although the original was created in 1838, its vibrant colors help bring a pop of panache to any modern wallscape.

Femme by Pablo Picasso

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Picasso had a rare ability to create life out of a few simple lines. This piece is among his most famous etchings, created in the early 1930s on the theme of Ovid’s Metamorphosis. The ballet helped inspire Picasso’s interest in the human form, but this figure is not based on a ballerina. It’s actually based on the form of Marie-Thérèse Walter, Picasso’s then-lover and art model. Walter appears in many other Picasso portraits as well, but this is by far the most famous. We hope it’s not too cheeky to say we understand why!

Vogue Cover – April 1918 – Peacock Parade By George Wolfe Plank

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George Wolfe Plank was one of Vogue Magazine’s most prolific artists, creating illustrations that graced its cover for years. His Art Deco style has been compared to much more famous artists, such as Klimt and Mucha. This print is one of his finest, capturing a fantastical woman atop an enormous peacock. It’s a wonderful way to celebrate an artist whose name is less well-known than his peers, showing off the depth and breadth of your passion for all things Art Deco.

White Horses, Camargue, France By Nadia Isakova

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This black and white fine art photograph is certainly beautiful, but there’s more to this set of horses than mets the eye. According to world-wandering photographer Nadia Isakova, these are Camargue horses, a special breed that’s famous for being one of the oldest breeds of horses in the world. They’ve lived in the Camargues wetlands for thousands of years and are a rich part of the South of France’s history. So if you want to keep your passport stowed away, this print is the perfect way to pay tribute to these noble and beautiful animals.

Whatever you’re looking for, our bestsellers are an easy place to start.




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