Give the Gift of Art for Under $250
For the fan of the classics
Ah, we love them. The classical art aficionado is probably the easiest to buy for as their favorite artists or subjects are well known and the art is easy to find. A taste for the classics is something that a great number of artists and collectors alike seem to share. Still life, figurative works like portraits, landscape works, etc. make great gifts.
Antique Bottle with Garlic
Frame : Composite Framed Size : 16 x 12 x 1 in. Unique work. Includes free shipping.
For the contemporary connoisseur
You can spot them easily, and if you’re friends with one, consider yourself lucky. They are the people who are either on trend or better yet, setting the trend. They know their way around art and design so well you had once dreamed about them decorating your apartment or overhauling your closet. However, this can also be the most difficult group to buy art for, especially on a limited budget. But don’t worry, they’re also typically adventurous and are “taken” with a great piece of art regardless of the modest cost.
For those who like a little bit of edge
If your friend or loved one enjoys the aesthetic of industrial places – think steel + hardwood floor + distressed leather– chances are they would enjoy pieces with a bit more funk. The strong expressionist brush strokes of certain abstract pieces, darker moods and subjects definitely match this style preference.
“Best Friend” Original Modern Blue and Red Modern on SALE
Deer, 2013 – Print – Large
For the whimsical one
Lightness, fantasy, and playful are just some of the words associated to art that projects whimsy. If someone you care about is into soft tones and magical themes, Christmas is the best time to give them this kind of art. After all, isn’t it this particular season that brings out the lightness in all of us?
16×24 in. Alex Kain Louis
Joyous Life Of Hippopotamus
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