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Extra, Extra… XXL Wall Art Prints! Now Available at 1000Museums

Introducing XXL Fine Art Prints-BLOG 3

It’s here! 1000Museums is pleased to announce that we are now offering our robust line of fine art prints in XXL: the 40 x 60 inch size.

Have you ever seen a work of art so beautiful, and so detailed, that smaller sizes just didn’t do it justice?

We know the plight.

In a world of sophisticated fine art, sometimes size matters. A large print can unite an entire room. It can be the centerpiece that showcases the art that moves you. Set the tone of your space, be it a small office, a bedroom, or a living room with our XXL prints.

Need more reasons to go big?

3 Reasons to Buy Your Favorite Fine Art Prints in XXL

1. You Can Zoom In!

Details matter. They tell a story that we all want to see. If you’re interested in a print with intricate details, or multiple panels, our 40 x 60 size is the way to go. This print, featuring the Migration Panel series by Jacob Lawrence, is a great example.

Jacob Lawrence, Migration Series

Jacob Lawrence, Migration Series, © 2021 The Jacob and Gwendolyn Knight Lawrence Foundation, Seattle / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York. Print design © 2021 Art Authority LLC.

Or this incredibly detailed panel by Hieronymus Bosch.

Hieronymus Bosch, The Garden of Earthly Delights

Hieronymus Bosch, The Garden of Earthly Delights, 1480-1505. Museo del Prado, Madrid, Spain

2. A Statement Piece That Will Make a Splash!

Draw your guest’s eyes to a print that will amaze. The focal point of any room, your favorite fine art print will foster conversation and connection. Here’s one of our favorites.

Lee Ufan, From Winds

Lee Ufan, From Winds, 1985. Collection of the artist, Kamakura, Japan ©2019 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / ADAGP, Paris

3. It’s Closer to the Actual Size of the Original Work

Many large-scale paintings were meant to be viewed as just that: large-scale.

One of our favorite large-scale works is The Birth of Venus. Botticelli’s painting, seen below, is 5′ 8″ x 9′ 2″.

Sandro Botticelli, The Birth of Venus

Sandro Botticelli, The Birth of Venus, c. 1486. Ufizzi Gallery

Our staff has put together a few more of our favorite prints in our new 40 x 60 size… enjoy! Don’t see something on our list that you think should be included? Comment below!

40 x 60 Staff Favorites

Ed Mell, Sweeping Clouds

Ed Mell, Sweeping Clouds, 1989. Phoenix Art Museum © Ed Mell

 

John Anansa Thomas Biggers, Jubilee: Ghana Harvest Festival

John Anansa Thomas Biggers, Jubilee: Ghana Harvest Festival, 1959-63. Museum of Fine Arts, Houston © Estate of John Biggers/Licensed by VAGA, New York, NY

 

Claude Monet, The Artist’s Garden at Vetheuil

Claude Monet, The Artist’s Garden at Vetheuil, Private Collection

 

Hung Liu, Peaches

Hung Liu, Peaches, 2002. Ackland Art Museum © Hung Lui

 

Maxfield Parrish, Dusk

Maxfield Parrish, Dusk, 1942. New Britain Museum of American Art

 

NYC : Works Progress Administration Federal Art Project, The National Parks Preserve Wild Life

NYC : Works Progress Administration Federal Art Project, The National Parks Preserve Wild Life, between 1936 and 1939. Library of Congress

 

Maud Gatewood, After Rain

Maud Gatewood, After Rain, 1990. North Carolina Museum of Art Copyright Maud Gatewood

 

Claude Monet, Waterlilies or The Water Lily Pond (Nymphéas)

Claude Monet, Waterlilies or The Water Lily Pond (Nymphéas), 1904. Denver Art Museum

 

Franz Marc, Broken Forms

Franz Marc, Broken Forms, 1914. Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum

 

Alex Colville, Coyote and Alders

Alex Colville, Coyote and Alders, 1995. Private collection © A.C.Fine Art Inc.

 

Vincent van Gogh, Irises

Vincent van Gogh, Irises, 1889. J. Paul Getty Museum

Need a different size and don’t see it on our website? Please contact us for custom sizes!

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