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Gay Erotic Art 2020

Gay Erotic Art 2020

Erotic art has sometimes been a tricky category in the history of art and often been side-lined as a ‘subsection’ of...
How to Buy Sculpture Online

How to Buy Sculpture Online

Once, sculpture was something for stately homes and museums, but now it has definitely become more mainstream and a very popular...
Top of the Pop Art Prints

Top of the Pop Art Prints

Pop Art should be: Popular, Transient, Expendable, Low cost, Mass produced, Young, Witty, Sexy, Gimmicky, Glamorous, Big business (The Pop Art...
Add a Touch of Autumn Style to Your Home with the Latest Offerings at ArtGallery

Add a Touch of Autumn Style to Your Home with the Latest Offerings at ArtGallery

With the Summer slowly drifting away and the cooler weather setting in, it’s clear that we’re heading well into Autumn. Even...
8 Different Art Forms That Every First Time Art Buyer Should Know About

8 Different Art Forms That Every First Time Art Buyer Should Know About

When buying an artwork, there are so many different caveats, so naturally, you may find it difficult to navigate through these...
Art as an investment - A few handy tips..

Art as an investment - A few handy tips..

Katie Hope, business reporter for the BBC in a recent article, seemed to summaris the general consensus when buying artwork as...
Art Gifts for Mother’s Day: A Definitive Guide

Art Gifts for Mother’s Day: A Definitive Guide

Some of us are very lucky, we know before we’ve even started gift shopping what we’re going to buy for a...

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This is an example page. It's different from a blog post because it will stay in one place and will show up in your site navigation (in most themes). Most people start with an About page that introduces them to potential site visitors. It might say something like this: Hi there! I'm a bike messenger by day, aspiring actor by night, and this is my website...
Paintings of Pets - Capturing Animal Spirit in Art

Paintings of Pets - Capturing Animal Spirit in Art

This week, pet owners show off their special animal friends on Love your Pet Day. Studies have shown that owning a...
Cubist Art

Cubist Art

Are you feeling a bit of a square? Well, it’s all going a bit square-shaped here at ArtGallery too, as we...
The Art of Love - Original Art to Celebrate Valentine's Day

The Art of Love - Original Art to Celebrate Valentine's Day

Fire up your favourite cheesy love songs, for it’s the time of year when Cupid’s arrow hits us all and we...
Italian Art

Italian Art

Who doesn’t love Italy? Bellisima weather, bellisima landscapes and bellisima cuisine. Offering a wealth of subject matter, it’s no surprise Italy...
Affordable Art That Makes You Happy

Affordable Art That Makes You Happy

Christmas is done for another year, it’s cold, we’re all heading back to work soon, and, to top the lot it’s...
Beautiful Winter Paintings to Bring Warmth to Your Home

Beautiful Winter Paintings to Bring Warmth to Your Home

Some people love the whole winter season and the build-up to Christmas, while others simply love the festive period. Either way...
Art for Christmas - the Ultimate Gift Guide

Art for Christmas - the Ultimate Gift Guide

Art, in all its amazing forms, is the gift that keeps on giving. It’s a really personal and thoughtful present for...
Art for Interiors: Sculpture

Art for Interiors: Sculpture

It’s a common feeling that sculpture is for large houses or stately homes, and that it can be a little, well, fusty and...
Different Ways to Create an Art Gallery in Your Own Home

Different Ways to Create an Art Gallery in Your Own Home

You’ve bought some paintings and, if you’re a super-efficient and organised person, then you’ve already hung them and they look amazing...
Autumnal Art - Capturing the Colours of the Season

Autumnal Art - Capturing the Colours of the Season

The great British weather. Totally unpredictable and a topic of conversation that never gets boring! One thing you can be sure...
How to Read a Portrait

How to Read a Portrait

Portraits can say so much with so little. Portraiture requires a very high level of skill and it's an amazing form...
Art for Offices

Art for Offices

Your employees are probably now all back from their summer holidays, and with the next break being Christmas, we imagine there’s...
How to Buy: Original Art Online

How to Buy: Original Art Online

Nowadays you can almost anything online - from clothes, to cars to castles and cryptocurrencies. Most things are a straightforward purchase...
Art for Interiors: Surrealism

Art for Interiors: Surrealism

How many Surrealists does it take to screw in a lightbulb? A Fish Not all of us like conventional or traditional...
How to Hang: Landscapes

How to Hang: Landscapes

Landscape art is a style that gets very mixed reactions. There is a perception that it is old-fashioned, a little bit...
How Colour Affects Mood

How Colour Affects Mood

As we all know, colour can influence our mood. There are some tones that can make you feel positive and focused...
How to Hang Pop Art

How to Hang Pop Art

Who doesn’t love pop art?! It’s fun, it’s loud, it’s colourful and gets noticed. It’s from an art movement that’s over...
How to Create a Beautiful Gallery Wall

How to Create a Beautiful Gallery Wall

If you’ve always dreamed of having a gallery wall in your home, then why not make it a reality? They are...
Art for Interiors: Minimalism

Art for Interiors: Minimalism

Minimalism. For people who feel less is more. In a hectic world, minimalist art is a great way to escape and...
Statement Art

Statement Art

Be loud, be proud, make a statement! You feel like you want to take a few risks with art and you’re...
Enjoy the Early May Bank Holiday With Springlike Art

Enjoy the Early May Bank Holiday With Springlike Art

The early May Bank Holiday weekend is here, and it looks like the weather throughout the UK is set to be...
Original Art and Gifts to Celebrate the Royal Wedding

Original Art and Gifts to Celebrate the Royal Wedding

The wedding season starts with pomp and ceremony this year as Prince Harry and Meghan Markle tie the knot on May...
Spotlight on: Sally Lancaster

Spotlight on: Sally Lancaster

Sally Lancaster is a Devon-based artist who specialises in figurative art. She is largely self-taught, and her paintings focus on movement...
Latest Interior Art Trends

Latest Interior Art Trends

This year is proving to be an exciting year for interiors. There are such a wide-range of trends to help transform...

Hop On to ArtGallery With a 15% Easter Discount

There's 15% off from Good Friday till midnight on 2nd Apri 2018 here at ArtGallery.co.uk.  All you need to do is enter the promotion code HOP15 when you check out your wonderful new artworks.  This is an offer to rabbit about, so jump on it straight away! Shop art now  

Art for Interiors: Mid-Century Paintings

People are passionate about the Mid-Century look. It’s iconic, stylish and not at all out of place in a 21st Century interior. For most people, once bitten by the Mid-Century bug, there’s no going back. As with all great interior trends, art complements décor and furnishings to help finalise and set-off a specific look that is trying to be achieved. This certainly isn’t any different with...
How to Hang a Painting

How to Hang a Painting

If you’ve invested in buying real art, then you want to make sure it stands out and always catches the eye...
Art for Interiors: Art Deco Paintings

Art for Interiors: Art Deco Paintings

The Art Deco look has become a timeless classic. Interior trends have arrived, gone, come back and gone again, but Art...

Inspirational Art to Lift Your Mood

"The world of reality has its limits; the world of imagination is boundless." Jean-Jacques Rousseau  Art is good for you. It can help reduce stress, it’s therapeutic, and is a source of constant inspiration. In fact, brain scans have revealed that looking at works of art triggers a surge of dopamine into the same area of the brain that registers romantic love. If you’ve spent time designing an interior you...
Digital Art

Digital Art

For centuries, artists have used a variety of technologies to assist them in producing images. Almost as soon as a new...
Art for the Home Office

Art for the Home Office

Happy New Year! It’s great to see in the new year refreshed and with an energised focus on the future. But...

Catherine Pier

I have had a love of nature all my life and walking in the surrounding countryside, with a dog at my side, is one of my greatest pleasures. I have always been creative and I started painting because I wanted to bring the magical tranquil feeling I felt on my walks, back into my home. I paint instinctively and my hands follow my heart. When I...
Festive Paintings You Can Enjoy All Year Round

Festive Paintings You Can Enjoy All Year Round

As we enter the Christmas season, all we want to do is feel warm, cosy and snug. This is when we...
Tips for Buying Art as a Christmas Gift

Tips for Buying Art as a Christmas Gift

If you’ve decided to be more creative this Christmas and are looking to buy art as a gift, then what a...
Christmas Delivery Dates 2017

Christmas Delivery Dates 2017

Happy Christmas! Original art is one of the most personal and thoughtful gifts you can give. We also have a brand-new...
Diane Griffiths

Diane Griffiths

Buy St Michael's Mount Sunset   Diane Griffiths £350.00 Buy St Michael's Mount from Penzance   Diane Griffiths £285.00 Buy Camel...
Creepy Halloween Art from ArtGallery

Creepy Halloween Art from ArtGallery

Halloween and art goes hand-in-hand from making decorations to face painting. Whether you're spooked by Francis Bacon or terrified of William...
Top 10 Pop Artists on Art Gallery

Top 10 Pop Artists on Art Gallery

Pop Art celebrates all that is quirky and subversive, here are the top 10 on Art Gallery. Pop Art, made famous...
An Interview with Artist Jean Dayton

An Interview with Artist Jean Dayton

Jean, I know that you are a full time artist now but could you tell us a little about your artistic...
Summer Paintings

Summer Paintings

Summer Paintings - Depictions of summer in paintings. This month we celebrate summer. We look at how original art can capture...
From Palette to Painting - Dani Bergson

From Palette to Painting - Dani Bergson

Some ideas come at the most inappropriate times and I have to jot them down while they’re fresh. I always have...
How to Choose Amazing Office Art for your Business

How to Choose Amazing Office Art for your Business

The positive impact of art in the workplace is often underestimated. Whether you want to provide a talking point in an...

Choosing the Perfect Painting for the Bedroom

Homes are our modern sanctuaries and the room that should most reflect this is, of course the bedroom. It is the most intimate household space, a place where one should feel relaxed, inspired and safe. Whether your bedroom is a spacious and light minimalist affair, filled with Moroccan fabrics and incense, or a lavish velvet boudoir, choosing art for the bedroom is a detail ridden journey...
Finding the Perfect Painting for the Living Room

Finding the Perfect Painting for the Living Room

Where would we be without some art in our lives, a painting perhaps that speaks to us? Art is wonderful. Art...
Ery Burns - Special Promotion

Ery Burns - Special Promotion

There was excitement in the gallery this Friday as up-and-coming artist Ery Burns was being filmed for a new special promotion...
Stephen Williams - Creating Art with the iPad

Stephen Williams - Creating Art with the iPad

On my retirement from parish ministry the move from a vicarage to a smaller house meant that space was limited for...
Celebrating Spring in Japanese Art

Celebrating Spring in Japanese Art

Spring is one of the most beautiful times of year for flowers. After a long and cold winter, we begin to...
Easter Eggs in Famous Art

Easter Eggs in Famous Art

This is for everyone who has been told to "stand back please" when examining a piece of art. This month we...
Artists Inspired By Mothers

Artists Inspired By Mothers

Mother’s Day is just around the corner (26th March – put it in your diary!). Today we look at mothers who...
We've Been Awarded Feefo Gold Trusted Service Award 2017!

We've Been Awarded Feefo Gold Trusted Service Award 2017!

ArtGallery.co.uk has won a Feefo Gold Service award, an independent seal of excellence that recognises businesses for delivering exceptional experiences, rated...

Artist Linda Miles Discusses Creating Art

Hi I’m Linda. I am an artist because I flit from one idea to another... and the ideas take over my actions and I must run with them and let them happen. It you’ve ever asked ‘is this art?’ or thought ‘that’s not art’ or asked ‘what is art?’ then my answer is... it is somebody’s idea... and they have followed it... made it... then its...
Artist Jan Peters Describes Her Reverse Paintings

Artist Jan Peters Describes Her Reverse Paintings

One hot summer’s day, a few years ago I lay on the lawn looking my oil painting of lilies on canvas...

Artist Sarah Waite Talks About The Artists' Prints

Buying art online has revolutionised traditional markets, making it possible for buyers to view work that otherwise might be hung on a gallery wall hundreds of miles away, attracting a limited and often ‘local’ audience. It does however limit the questions that a buyer can ask about how the work is created, especially when artists are using mediums that the buyer may not be familiar with...
Why Do We Draw Hearts In The Famous Shape?

Why Do We Draw Hearts In The Famous Shape?

Kaleidoscope Butterfly Heart Picture by Sara Lawson The heart shape is a world-recognised symbol of love, romance and conversely sacrifice.  It...

Maureen Greenwood: The Artist's Journey

As far back as I can remember I have enjoyed painting and I suppose it was inevitable that one day, circumstances permitting, I would spend the majority of my time painting. When I am not painting, I am teaching and run classes from my home for both adults and children. Inside a Courtyard (St Cirq La Popie,France) by Maureen Greenwood When I first started painting I...

What Is Abstract Art?

Describing a piece of art as 'abstract' is a default phrase used by many people. Abstract art, like any movement of art, is easy to explain and appreciate once you know how. Abstract Canvas by Tanus Azevedo What is abstract art? Abstract art is the exact opposite statement of the classic masterpieces of old like Michelangelo's Sistine Chapel ceiling. Where in previous centuries we sought to...
Patterns In Art For Perfectionists

Patterns In Art For Perfectionists

Stardust, 2016 - David Bowie Digital Spot Painting XLarge A1 Sized Fine-Art Giclée, Edition only 6 by Czar Catstick We are...
Capturing The Beauty Of The Rain In Art

Capturing The Beauty Of The Rain In Art

From 'Purple Rain' to impressionism, this month we take a look at how art celebrates the beauty of some classic British...
Humph Hack's Love Of Buildings

Humph Hack's Love Of Buildings

When I was studying "A" level art, part of the course was the history of architecture. I had never really thought...
Father Christmas in Art History

Father Christmas in Art History

There are few iconic celebrities who make the select group of people painted again and again throughout history. Religious icons have...

Celebrating Christmas Inspired by Victorians

Winter Dusts the Forest by Lucy Moore  Christmas is one of the most magical times of the year where we can enjoy all the traditions that come with celebrating the occasion. The Victorians were real pioneers of Christmas traditions and can also be credited with bringing back some old favourites, adding their own twists. Safe to say, our image of a classic family Christmas scene would not...
Christmas Delivery Dates 2016

Christmas Delivery Dates 2016

Happy Christmas! Original art is one of the most personal and thoughtful gifts you can give. We also have a brand-new...
Stella Dunkley - How To Choose Art For Your Home

Stella Dunkley - How To Choose Art For Your Home

Whether you are buying art as a gift, to add to your art collection, or as a potential investment, ArtGallery.co.uk has...

Chris Chalk On Painting "Big Cats"

“People say to me quite often “ When did you start painting ? ”, but I don’t really have an answer for them. You see there was never a time that I didn’t paint and draw. Growing up on a dairy farm in west Wales I was always interested in nature of all kinds and used to spend countless hours drawing and painting wildlife especially. I’ve...
Movember Special: The Importance of a Moustache

Movember Special: The Importance of a Moustache

The moustache is a real statement whether its handlebar, pencil or cowboy. It also plays a key role as a statement...
Colin Miles

Colin Miles

Hello I’m Colin I am the person who makes sculptures from found objects. I also do marketry pictures but that’s another...
Happy Birthday Picasso and Giacometti

Happy Birthday Picasso and Giacometti

October is a wonderful time for artists: leaves begin to turn red and gold, the light changes from a hot sun...
Inspirational Quotes by Famous Artists

Inspirational Quotes by Famous Artists

We love a good quote at ArtGallery – especially from an artist. Finding inspiration in the words of the creative masters...
How I Found my ‘Muse’ by Gill Bustamante

How I Found my ‘Muse’ by Gill Bustamante

I dedicate these ramblings to all those artists looking for their muse and all those art buyers who are helping artists to...
Was Rembrandt the King of the Selfie?

Was Rembrandt the King of the Selfie?

"I'm just going to take a selfie" – a sentence that is now almost unavoidable. The selfie (short for self-portrait) has...
What Is 'Fauvism'?

What Is 'Fauvism'?

The Turning Road, L'Estaque – Andre Derain Fauvism is one of the most influential styles in contemporary art, whether today's artists...

Photofusionism

An interview with Andrew Reid Wildman Photography of urban scenes draws me. I am attracted by its realism, its resonance with everyday life in all its shades. When I see a photograph of a rundown shop or a derelict building, it sets off a chorus of emotion in me; sadness, recognition, familiarity, nostalgia, mystery, danger even. However I need to be able to engage with the...
The Culture of Equine Art

The Culture of Equine Art

We have records of our relationship with horses ever since the beginning of society from murals in ancient Egypt to cave...
Why Do We Really, Really Like Art?

Why Do We Really, Really Like Art?

Creating and looking at art has been an important part of civilisation since its beginnings - from cave painting to fabulous...
'Loving Vincent' - The First Fully Painted Feature Film

'Loving Vincent' - The First Fully Painted Feature Film

We're so excited in anticipation of the film ‘Loving Vincent’ which will be the world's first feature-length painted animation - due...
Father's Day Art on ArtGallery.co.uk

Father's Day Art on ArtGallery.co.uk

Father's Day Artwork on ArtGallery With Father's Day fast approaching, we've scoured our ArtGallery collection to put together a special blog...
Happy Birthday Damien Hirst & Paul Gauguin

Happy Birthday Damien Hirst & Paul Gauguin

This month we're celebrating the birthdays of two famous artists, Damian Hirst and Paul Gauguin. These two artists have given so...
Walks That Inspired Famous Art

Walks That Inspired Famous Art

National Walking Month To celebrate National Walking Month this May, we take a look at some of the ways that walking has influenced some...
The Golden Ratio in Art

The Golden Ratio in Art

Frequent readers of The Independent online will remember the New Year's Eve photograph of a street scene in Manchester that went...
Celebrating 90 Years - Queen Elizabeth II in Portraits

Celebrating 90 Years - Queen Elizabeth II in Portraits

Her Majesty Elizabeth II's portrait surrounds us daily more than we stop to think about - she's on stamps, coins and...

How Shakespeare Helps Explain Art

In the lead up to Shakespeare's 400th anniversary we look at ways in which the Bard has so accurartely described how we feel about art. William Shakespeare by Mike Bagshaw "Though this be madness, yet there is method in it" - Hamlet, Act II Scene II   Romeo And Juliet, 2016 by  Dimitris Pavlopoulos Interpretation is one of art's best gifts. Part of the joy of looking...
Capturing Beautiful Irish Landscapes

Capturing Beautiful Irish Landscapes

We love a good landscape at ArtGallery - and this month we celebrated a country famous for its painted scenes. It...
Powerful Women In Art

Powerful Women In Art

This month we re-visit some of the most powerful women in the world of art. Judith slaying Holofernes by Artemisia Gentileschi...
You won’t believe the stories behind these paintings

You won’t believe the stories behind these paintings

Mona Lisa by Leonardo da Vinci Arguably one of the most famous paintings surrounded by the most mystery is Leonardo da...
Famous Paintings Disappointed By Valentine's Day

Famous Paintings Disappointed By Valentine's Day

When searching for empathy because one of the most romantic days of the year fails, look no further than some of the...

Using Art to Transform Small Spaces

As an artist, I love to create pictures that tell a story, and the greatest compliment I ever receive is when someone tells me that my art has moved them in some way. That is the magic of art: it can capture a moment that instantly transports you to another world, right where you stand - and even in a small space, the right artwork can...
Shining A Spotlight On Sheryl Roberts

Shining A Spotlight On Sheryl Roberts

This week we shine the spotlight on bestselling artist, Sheryl Roberts. Reflecting the early morning light and catching the energy of...
ArtGallery Gift Vouchers for Christmas

ArtGallery Gift Vouchers for Christmas

Art gift vouchers are the perfect last-minute gift idea. We can email voucher certificates up until 17:00 on Christmas Eve. ArtGallery.co.uk gift vouchers...
Artist Of The Year 2015 - Winner Announced

Artist Of The Year 2015 - Winner Announced

We are delighted to announce the winner of the ArtGallery.co.uk’s Artist of the year 2015 competition. In this competition we asked...
Shining A Spotlight on Alexandra Grashion-Cowley

Shining A Spotlight on Alexandra Grashion-Cowley

Finding and painting an energy, whether it be from a vibrant figure or a decaying building, can produce fantastic works of...
Medieval to Modern: the nativity scene evolution

Medieval to Modern: the nativity scene evolution

The styles and media of art have evolved throughout history to give us the wide variety of works that we see...

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