Art Deco (1 - 10)

Portrait d'Ira P Giclee Art Print Tamara Lempicka

Portrait d'Ira P Giclee Art Print Tamara Lempicka


Dormeuse Tamara Lempicka Giclee Print

Dormeuse Tamara Lempicka Giclee Print


Femme a la Colombe Tamara Lempicka Giclee Art Print

Femme a la Colombe Tamara Lempicka Giclee Art Print


Autoportrait Tamara Lempicka Giclee Art Print

Autoportrait Tamara Lempicka Giclee Art Print


Berger Liquor Giclee Vintage Art Print

Berger Liquor Giclee Vintage Art Print


Portrait du Marquis D'Afflitto

Portrait du Marquis D'Afflitto


Bally Bernard Villemot Giclee Art Print

Bally Bernard Villemot Giclee Art Print


Euro Air France  Kungl Giclee Print

Euro Air France Kungl Giclee Print


Sainte-Maxime; Giclee Art Print Plage D'Hiver et D'Ete Roger Broders

Sainte-Maxime; Giclee Art Print Plage D'Hiver et D'Ete Roger Broders


The Lemon Drop Kungl Giclee Print

The Lemon Drop Kungl Giclee Print


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Art Deco Reaching Eternal Art Connoisseurs The Art Deco movement began in the roaring 20?s and 30?s, during a time of changes within the transportation, travel and technology industries. Combining modern decorative styles with traditional drawings and loose sketches, art deco arrived as a new trend in the contemporary era. What we now consider to be vintage artwork celebrating a time period in history was once considered ?cutting edge? in the realm of art fascinators. In fact, many cultures embraced the art deco trendsetters. With famous artists from multiple continents and countries, like Russia, Cuba, Europe and North America emerging on the horizon, owning a print of art deco, or perhaps even an oil painting on canvas would be considered appropriate for the styles of those times.