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Valentine Day Art Prints Gallery

St Valentine's Day is an annual festival to celebrate romantic love, friendship and admiration. Every year on 14 February people celebrate this day by sending gifts of love and affection to partners, family and friends. 

Choose from 191 pictures in our Valentine Day Art Prints collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Whisper of Love, Wat Phumin Featured Valentine Day Art Prints Image

Whisper of Love, Wat Phumin

Whisper of Love, Wat Phumin, known as Pu Man Ya Man in Thai translation, is Grandpa Man and Grandma Man. It is a depiction of a man whispering to the ear of a woman. According to local tradition, a man must have tattoos from his belly down to his knees. On his chest, there are red tattoos of a human figure used to show his prestige and social power. Because, the more human figures he has, it means the more servants and slaves he owns. This iconic painting is a resounding symbol of Nan City. The artist of the wall painting is Nanbuaphan

Unity in Red Featured Valentine Day Art Prints Image

Unity in Red

Two banyan trees intertwined into one. Set on a tropical lush hillside on the winding road of Kohala Mountain Road, Kona Kohala, Big Island, Hawaii. Also referenced as a ficus, the enormous roots sprawl from the tree to expand in epic proportions. Vines, branches, and other vegetation create the appealing and impressive treea??s presence. Similar to the trees found in Cambodia, Gibbosa, Moss, Prohm, and ancient ruins throughout UNESCO Heritage sites

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Erotic Sculpture Featured Valentine Day Art Prints Image

Erotic Sculpture

circa 1955: A decorative carving of figures making love, part of the architecture of the Black Pagoda or Surya Deula in Konarak on the Bay of Bengal, India. Built in the 13th Century as a temple of the sungod Surya, the building is noted for its unusual shape, that of an immense chariot, and its erotic sculptures, intended as a temptation which the visitor must ignore in order to view the image of the god inside in a state of spiritual purity. (Photo by Three Lions/Getty Images)