Art Deco For Sale

Buy Art Deco Online

The bold and structured style of art deco is celebrated here at PICTOCLUB with our extensive gallery of artwork. Art deco is often associated with large geometric shapes to create strong, bold lines using materials such as acrylic paint or chalk, resulting in a distinct and vibrant style. With our offering of bespoke dimensions to create your ideal piece, we can make your space stand out.

Our online art gallery enables you to browse through our exclusive collection from our in-house artists as well as global artists to bring an essence of culture into your world. Explore our captivating online art deco selection.

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PICTOCLUB Originals Art Deco

PICTOCLUB Originals collection forms a variety of art deco styles such as abstract and architectural. These are available online in a range of materials; explore acrylic, brass, and unique golden ink used to create art deco pieces. All these artworks are individual as they are created by our talented in-house artists who experiment with canvas, fabric, and aluminium.

Take a look at all of our bespoke artworks from PICTOCLUB Originals for your own unique piece. You may also utilise our helpful art advisory program to contact our expert curators with personalised advice. Their experience helps you find the right artwork and the best location for it.

Original art in your home can transform the atmosphere in a room, uplifting your space through the use of bright colours and the emotion or mood presented in the piece. This can also stimulate inspiring conversation among groups as to where the art came from, who created it, and the different ways people interpret the meaning of the work.

History of Art Deco

Art Deco characteristics originated in the late 1910s in France. Some of the main characteristics are similar to that of geometric, with symmetric shapes and sleek forms from man-made materials.

We also see repetition throughout with many popular styles including floral, sunrays, and animal print. Art Deco expanded into the 1920s during the Exposition Internationale des Arts Décoratifs et Industriels Modernes – translating to International Exhibition of Modern Decorative and Industrial Arts in Paris in 1925.

This was adopted and developed by western culture in Europe and the US during the 1930s, maturing into a well-established art form. We now see art deco in the form of buildings, architecture, and on wallpaper and furniture. Some popular artists within the Art Deco movement include Tamara de Lempicka and Erte.

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