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A Curated Collection for Lovers of Art

Artworks for lovers of art from across the globe, including paintings of historical significance from old masters and contemporary artists .  This collection is steadily expanding with images available to purchase in a range of high-quality, art reproduction professionally printed products.  Our team have curated images identified as Open Access by Museums so that Fine Art Storehouse customers can easily create their own artworks under the Creative Commons Zero License. 

Choose from 124 pictures in our Museum Fine Artworks collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.

Featured Museum Fine Artworks Print

Dad's Coming!

Winslow Homer (American, 1836 - 1910 ), Dad's Coming!, 1873, oil on wood. Homer spent the summer of 1873 in Gloucester, Massachusetts. On Sunday, August 24, an especially strong storm claimed nine boats and the lives of 128 men. This image was most likely inspired by that incident

Featured Museum Fine Artworks Print

Still Life with Checked Tablecloth

Gris, a master of disguised images, presents a table brimming with coffee cups, stemmed wineglasses, a large white-footed fruit compote (seen from the side and from above) containing thickly painted grapes, a bottle of red wine, a bottle of Bass extra stout ale with its distinctive red diamond logo, a newspaper, and a guitar. Yet this painting has another equally compelling identity: a bull's head. The coffee cup at lower center doubles as the animal's snout, a black-and-white concentric circle at left is a ?bull's eye,? the bottle of ale is an ear, and the sinuous edge of the guitar is a horn. The letters ?EAU? on the wine label, which ostensibly stand for ?bEAUjolais? can just as easily represent ?taurEAU? (bull). (Source: The Metropolitan Museum of Art)


Featured Museum Fine Artworks Print

Garden Flowers Dated 1540

After Chen Chun Chinese. Following Shen Zhou's (1427?1509) example of treating still-life painting as uninhibited ?ink plays,? Chen Chun strove to turn his flower paintings into spontaneous ?idea writings.? Realistic flower paintings had been a popular subject since at least the tenth century, and Chen Chun was perhaps the greatest exponent of this genre in his time