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Un Acteur de Talent - Original Frottage, Max Ernst

Un Acteur de Talent - Original Frottage

Max Ernst

Fine Art Drawings - 14.2 x 11 x 0 inch


Untitled Desert Tile 1, Guido Segni

Untitled Desert Tile 1

Guido Segni

Photography - 27.6 x 39.4 x 1.2 inch


Year of the Indian, Nadia Myre

Year of the Indian

Nadia Myre

Sculpture - 48 x 44.9 x 5.1 inch


Entente Cordiale 2, Thom Thom

Entente Cordiale 2

Thom Thom

Painting - 44.9 x 63.8 x 1.2 inch


Nu assis dans un fauteuil, une jambe repliée, Henri Matisse

Nu assis dans un fauteuil, une jambe repliée

Henri Matisse

Print - 15.3 x 10.1 x 0 inch


Four Black And White Dreams, Gina Vor

Four Black And White Dreams

Gina Vor

Painting - 22.8 x 16.1 x 0.1 inch


Dynamic Superface 2019 - Geometric Abstract, Roberto Lucchetta

Dynamic Superface 2019 - Geometric Abstract

Roberto Lucchetta

Painting - 35 x 35 x 0.8 inch




Kristin Hart

Photography - 48 x 32 x 1 inch


Dancing Woman 2018 VII, Yiyan Zhou

Dancing Woman 2018 VII

Yiyan Zhou

Sculpture - 9.8 x 12.6 x 3.7 inch


Chalutiers au large, Salah Chaoui

Chalutiers au large

Salah Chaoui

Painting - 28.7 x 36.2 x 0.8 inch


Academia (Maquette), The Dancers (Blue), Paige Bradley

Academia (Maquette), The Dancers (Blue)

Paige Bradley

Sculpture - 25.5 x 19 x 10 inch


Keroc, Neyb



Painting - 35 x 57.5 x 1.2 inch


The Great Turf, after Dürer (Pictures of Paper), Vik Muniz

The Great Turf, after Dürer (Pictures of Paper)

Vik Muniz

Photography - 53.7 x 40 inch


Art for Your Living Room

Explore our selection of artworks for your living room. Whether you're looking to add a bit more personality to the space or want a big statement piece, there's bound to be something for you!

The kitchen had been considered France's favourite room since the 1980s, but in 2014 it was finally dethroned by the living room! After all, it's natural: despite all the technological innovations and prowess available in the kitchen, the living room is the place to be, with family and friends, in summer or winter, weekday or weekend... In big cities, the living room can often be the most spacious room in the apartment. You can work, have drinks and even eat there.

Faced with the evolution of our increasingly urban ways of life and the gradual move towards a multifunctional room, interior architects are taking particular interest in the living room, as the family's meeting point.

No matter how it's styled, the living room has truly become the heart of the home, whether as a reading corner or a reception area. It is well used, and most people want to decorate it so as to feel good and be proud of it.

To do so, you can often count on a wall decoration, particularly a large abstract or minimalist painting, to make use of the space and give the room its soul and atmosphere.

Discover, for example, Jeremy Annear's work; his oil paintings share similarities with Braque, Picasso and Miro. The British artist depicts Cornwall through the use of shapes and colours, with textural effects and relief-like layers.

For his part, Rafiy Okefolahan draws his creative force from the cultural hive of his native Africa and Benin. His canvases are infused with remarkable power and can add character to any interior, invigorating it with his vibrant colours.

If you'd like something more figurative, Marek Okrassa strives to recreate the movements of the human body, particularly through painting dancing couples. His work transports you through time to the life of a bourgeoisie, surrounded by old cars and exquisite landscapes.

What's more, if you think that a single painting won't be enough, it could be an idea to opt for a more original format such as a diptych, or even a triptych. Some artists, such as Baptiste Léonne or Christelle Lefay adopt this technique to better develop a subject or take different points of view, all the while maintaining an overall visual coherence.

If you'd like to brighten up your interior and make your living room pop, the artistic movement pop art is for you! Starting in the 60s with its pioneers Andy Warhol and Roy Lichtenstein, it continues to be hugely popular amongst young artists and with good reason. Its flashy colours and pop culture icons are welcome in our homes, making for endless fascination and entertainment.

Street art is the perfect match for an industrial loft. Cover your walls with works by up-and-coming artists from the underground artistic scene. Graffiti is a growing part of the art market, and has gained a huge amount of recognition with the likes of artists such as JonOne, Jef Aerosol, Blek le Rat and Seaty.

Thanks to Artsper's unique selection from some of the largest international art galleries, finding a contemporary painting for your living room has never been easier!

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