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Artwork of the Week2021-04-06T15:14:09+10:00

Artwork of the Week

Artwork of the Week is a series of weekly emails we send of public domain art pieces curated by our team for you. Handpicked by PosterFactory these artworks are specifically chosen to print on our premium papers to produce stunning art prints with exceptional image reproduction.

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Allée of Chestnut Trees captures a peaceful summer’s afternoon in France — the shadows are short, there’s blossom in the trees, and calm in the air. Maybe you can hear the slow click of the horse’s hooves or soft the rattle of the carriage on the riverside path?

Sisely’s ability to add great detail to the very closest trees and then gradually soften the background creates a wonderful depth — and we almost squint to see the distant bridge. Allée of Chestnut Trees also reveals the influence that painters Monet, Pissarro and Renoir had on Sisley — and confirms his place as one of the masters of the impressionist movement.

Many critics consider Sisley to be unequalled amongst impressionists for his depiction of dramatic and impressive skylines. He is also one of the few artists within the movement to paint outdoors rather than in a studio.

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Those Who Go captures the rush of urban life. Created in the Futurist style, it forces us to confront a new century filled with heavy industry and seemingly unstoppable energy.

Futurists were obsessed with leaving the past behind, so a railway station — packed with fast, powerful steam trains and people in transit — is the perfect metaphor.

Boccioni would go on to create a colour version in oil. But we love this earlier monochrome concept; those powerful sweeping lines conveying the confusion felt by everyone on the platform — passengers in every sense of the word — as they hurtle towards an unrecognisable future.

Irisies (Restored) - Vincent van Gogh
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The Street Pavers - Umberto Boccioni
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Those Who Go captures the rush of urban life. Created in the Futurist style, it forces us to confront a new century filled with heavy industry and seemingly unstoppable energy.

Futurists were obsessed with leaving the past behind, so a railway station — packed with fast, powerful steam trains and people in transit — is the perfect metaphor.

Boccioni would go on to create a colour version in oil. But we love this earlier monochrome concept; those powerful sweeping lines conveying the confusion felt by everyone on the platform — passengers in every sense of the word — as they hurtle towards an unrecognisable future.

Early Morning near Loch Katrine in the Trossachs, Scotland - John Glover
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Those Who Go captures the rush of urban life. Created in the Futurist style, it forces us to confront a new century filled with heavy industry and seemingly unstoppable energy.

Futurists were obsessed with leaving the past behind, so a railway station — packed with fast, powerful steam trains and people in transit — is the perfect metaphor.

Boccioni would go on to create a colour version in oil. But we love this earlier monochrome concept; those powerful sweeping lines conveying the confusion felt by everyone on the platform — passengers in every sense of the word — as they hurtle towards an unrecognisable future.

States of Mind: Those Who Go - Umberto Boccioni
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Those Who Go captures the rush of urban life. Created in the Futurist style, it forces us to confront a new century filled with heavy industry and seemingly unstoppable energy.

Futurists were obsessed with leaving the past behind, so a railway station — packed with fast, powerful steam trains and people in transit — is the perfect metaphor.

Boccioni would go on to create a colour version in oil. But we love this earlier monochrome concept; those powerful sweeping lines conveying the confusion felt by everyone on the platform — passengers in every sense of the word — as they hurtle towards an unrecognisable future.

Mäda Primavesi - Gustav Klimt
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Mäda Primavesi was immortalised in this portrait when she was just nine years old. Wearing white, Klimt deliberately draws you to her confident gaze — Mäda demands to be noticed and heard.

Mäda Primavesi is painted at an interesting time — artistically and historically. 1912 puts this painting at the crossroads between Art Nouveau and Art Deco, and in the last few years of peace before WWI.

Looking back, perhaps we see that soon-to-vanish innocence in Mäda’s eyes too — made more poignant as we now know the dark days of war that were just around the corner. For all these reasons, Mäda Primavesi is a beautiful and accomplished study of the last days of childhood and a requiem to a world that would soon vanish.

Gustav Klimt, an Austrian, was one of the most famous members of the Vienna Secession movement. He was often influenced by Japanese art, which you can see in the colours and setting of Mäda Primavesi. Klimt is best known for The Kiss and his mural on the ceiling of Vienna University.

Ocean Life - James M Sommerville
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Ocean Life is one of the earliest examples of an American underwater illustration. It was originally created as a scientific study. But the beautiful colours, exotic plants and animals, and astonishing detail make Ocean Life an enduring work of art that’s loved and appreciated far beyond the scientific community.

Take a moment to zoom in on the detail, and you’ll see how much thought, research, and time went into the drawing’s creation. In many ways, Ocean Life is a part of the Renaissance tradition — crossing the boundaries between science and art to create something beautiful and lasting that also contributes to our understanding of the world around us.

James M. Sommerville was a physician, amateur naturalist, member of the Academy of Natural Sciences.Christian Schussele was the first professor of drawing and painting at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. He’s also widely credited with designing the American Medal of Honor.

Christian Schussele was the first professor of drawing and painting at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. He’s also widely credited with designing the American Medal of Honor.

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How can I avoid my image printing too dark compared to my screen?2021-02-02T12:53:05+10:00

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How do I set up my file?2021-01-25T12:25:28+10:00

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