Some of The Best Art Posters For Your Space

Some of The Best Art Posters For Your Space
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When it comes to home decor, it’s all about showing your passion, your aesthetic, and your vibe. A great way to do that is with wall art. At the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, you can find an eclectic and colorful collection of home decor wall art prints that will instantly elevate your room with iconic artwork.

Fine Wind, Clear Morning — Katsushika Hokusai
This beautiful woodblock print is also known as Red Fuji. It’s part of Hokusai’s Thirty-six Views of Mount Fuji series from 1830 to 1832. It’s been seen as one of the most simple yet outstanding Japanese prints. It shows the rising sun turning the mountain red and a deep blue sky. There is also the remnants of snow on the peak of the mountain, creating contrast in this bold yet simple image.

This is one of the most widely recognized pieces of Japanese art in the world. It represents the art style ukiyo-e, which are “pictures of the floating world.” The saturated colors and style have inspired the impressionist movement.

Garrowby Hill — David Hockney
David Hockney’s Garrowby Hill features a vibrant landscape with a winding road going through a green pasture. Against the green fields are pops of blue, yellow, and orange. The entire image is geometric, full of shapes that form this stunning view of a rolling hillside. The rhythm and geometric shapes of Garrowby Hill have made this a beautiful piece of art used all over the world in art deco and modern homes.

Red Tree, Yellow Sky — Georgia O’Keeffe
This striking landscape is sure to catch anyone’s eye. Despite being just a stark tree against an empty background, this painting is packed with emotion and movement. Georgia O’Keeffe explained that it was “one of many dead cedars” in the red hills of Ghost Ranch. Before she started to paint it, O’Keeffe danced around it. This poster version of the oil on canvas will immediately make any room feel alive and energetic.

Villa Di Marlia Lucca: Balustrade — John Singer Sargent
John Singer Sargent is heavily associated with portraits. He was the “leading portrait painter of his generation,” creating over 900 oil paintings and 2,000 watercolors. He lived most of his life in Europe where he became an acclaimed painter. He is the man behind Portrait of Madame X, a painting that resulted in a major scandal. The beautiful portrait was said to be scandalous, causing Sargent to go back and cover up a strap on her shoulder. He later moved on from formal portrait work and started to paint murals.

This specific piece is peculiar because it doesn’t feature a portrait. It doesn't have a person in it at all. Instead, it’s a serene look at plants in clay pots lining a wall in a park. The painting is done in a soft way, reminiscent of water’s reflection, giving it a daydream-like quality. This is the perfect addition to any office or living room where you want to relax and feel soothed.

Looking to add one of these home decor wall art prints to your home? The MFA Boston online store is full of posters, prints, and more that include an abundance of iconic artists and well known works of art. Adding one of these stunning pieces to your wall will immediately transform your decor, leaving visitors enthralled and creating a powerful atmosphere

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