Canvas art includes wall art items such as prints and pictures. There’s an almost endless selection of different types and styles of canvas art to enhance the artistic beauty of your home. Add a touch of class and sophistication to your living room or even children’s room with different pieces of our unique canvas art items. You can even curate your own unique prints when you want to decorate your home. You can choose from endless options of beautiful canvas art pieces including paintings, photographs, romanticism art and even modern art pieces. You’ll be spoilt for choice when you browse through this huge collection.
'Quiet Morning' by Danita Delimont - Wrapped Canvas Photograph Print
Add a little tranquility to your entry, living room or workspace with this beautiful photographic print wrapped canvas. A wrapped canvas does not require a frame, although you could add one if you wish. The scene is a quiet lake with fog rising off it. Mountains are reflected in the lake. It is created in blue and brown tones, giving it an almost wistful quality.
'Twilight Romance' - Print on Canvas
We are not sure if this is a garden party or the prelude to a romantic getaway, but a couple dances on the end of a pier while a violinist provides their music. A rowboat stands ready to whisk the dancers away. Overhead, lanterns hang from a tree, illuminating the scene, but in the distance storm clouds pile up. Print on wrapped canvas, ready to hang. A frame could be added if desired.
'Donkey, Llama, Goat, Sheep' on Sky Blue Background Print on Canvas
Bring a little humor and friendliness into your home with this canvas print of a donkey, llama, goat, and sheep. Displayed against a sky-blue background, the four barnyard animals appear to be looking curiously at something. The expressive animal faces are painted in cheerful warm colors. Wrapped canvas print, shipped with a hanging attachment for easy installation. You could frame it, but really, this picture is complete and ready to hang as it is.
'Dissolve Me' Graphic Art Print
Ethereal black and white pen with a little water and ink washing create a surreal image of a young woman. The title, Dissolve Me, gives an indication of the state of mind being portrayed. Delicate wisps rise up from the head, suggesting hair, but also suggesting various representational items. An excellent choice to go with a spare design theme where the background incorporates warm colors. Comes ready to hang, no additional work needed.
'Before People Wake' by Benny Pettersson - Wrapped Canvas Photograph Print
Sunrise is a special time. There is a newness to the world no matter where the sun might be coming up. In this print on wrapped canvas, the sun is making an appearance over a wooded lake short. The colors of the sky, as well as the crisp silhouettes of the trees, are reflected in the water. There is a tranquil feel to the painting. It would be a lovely addition to a study or meditation corner.
'City Views II' Multi-Piece Image on Wrapped Canvas
This multi-piece, wrapped on canvas, set gives the impression of a city street after a rainstorm. The original was probably painted using a palette knife as the bold slabs of color indicate the reflections of color, as well as the stark shapes of the tall buildings. This is a formal perspective study that has grown up to represents a neighborhood. Add a little imagination, and you can visualize the people inside the buildings who will soon be coming out.
'World Map on Wood' by Jamie Macdowell - Wrapped Canvas Gallery-Wrapped Canvas Giclée Print
Here is something a little different. It is still a gallery wrapped canvas giclee print, but instead of a picture, it appears to be a map that is painted on wood. No political details, such as country boundaries are included, just the bold shapes of the continents as one might see them from space. Perfect for the wall of an office, it is a reminder that from space there are no borders.
'Indigo Forest' Print
Done completely in shades of blue, there is a lonely, chill quality to this painting. Teamed with warm colors or placed on the mantle of a fireplace, it can easily hold its own. It is a good way to suggest that inside is a good place to be on a wintry day. There is an ethereal quality to this wood. You could easily imagine a mystical stag or lone warrior stepping out from among its trees.
'Fire Horse' by Irena Orlov - Print
This one is a real treasure. Shipped with an authenticity certificate, it depicts a painting of a rust and white-colored horse that looks as if it could gallop off the woodgrain background. It is available in two formats: wrapped canvas or floating frame. While not quite the same as a signed, hand-embellished, numbered painting from Irena Orlov, this print will still allow you to enjoy this artist’s impressive work – at a far less impressive price!
Plain walls are easy to bring to life with wall art, and canvas art has infinite possibilities to match any color scheme and theme. Small and large canvas art can be used everywhere, from entryways to master bedrooms. It adds depth and personality to any room, especially with beach and nature photographs that can bring the outdoors indoors.
The selection of canvas art can be overwhelming, especially if you're open to a wide range of sizes. Begin by choosing canvas art pieces that you love and make you feel happy, nostalgic, or relaxed. You can then refine your style using our helpful tips in this buyer's guide.
The right size of canvas art depends on the size of the room andthe furniture. Art that is too small can make the space seem incomplete or poorly styled, while oversized art can make a space appear small and crowded.
A good rule to follow is keeping the total wall space covered by canvas art at 60 - 75%.To find the amount of space available to you, measure the height and width of your wall then multiply the square footage by 0.65 to find the lower range and 0.75 to find the upper range. This can give you a good indication of the total area you can dedicate to canvas art.
However, you do not need to fill the entire space with a single canvas. You can divide the area into sections to hang a triptych or series of canvas prints. You can experiment with a mid-sized piece and 2-3 smaller pieces. Just keep in mind that the dimensions of the pieces you choose should not exceed 75% of your total wall space.
When you hang your canvas art above a bed, sofa, console table, or any other large piece of furniture, the canvas should be no more than ¾ as wide as the furniture. For example, if your sofa is 6 ft. long, your canvas print should be no longer than 4.5 ft.
The thickness of the canvas can also impact the way it looks in your room. Canvases that protrude too far from the wall can become an obstruction or overwhelm a narrow space.
Standard canvas prints are approximately 0.75" in depth and are perfectly suited to all spaces. Gallery wrapped canvas prints have a depth of 1.5" and are better suited for larger rooms as they are designed to be viewed from a distance. Finally, statement canvas prints can be up to 2" deep and are created to make a dramatic statement. Hang a statement canvas in an entryway, study, or stand-alone gallery wall to create a stunning focal point for your room.
Building your canvas art collection around a theme is a great way to create a room with a cohesive look. To coordinate the theme of your canvas art with a room, choose shapes and motifs that continually recur throughout the space.
A coastal home could use a canvas print of closeup coral or a serene beach landscape. A bohemian-themed home could incorporate ethnic patterns or canvases inspired by textiles. For a log cabin opt for scenic landscapes, for a cottage pick delicate floral designs, or for a farmhouse select animal or vintage kitchen prints. Curate art that speaks to you, whether it is by size, color, or style.
Canvas art can be very durable and last for years if it is printed on archival-quality canvas with archival-quality ink. Lesser inks and canvas may fade over time. Even archival-quality canvas should be kept out of direct sunlight, including walls directly opposite large windows.
Most canvas art can be damaged by moisture or heavy objects. Because of this, it's not a good choice for bathrooms or young children's bedrooms. Even one thrown object can put a small hole or dent in canvas art.