Stretched Canvas

Published April brbrGloriously exotic and irrefutably chic the long sleeve of a womans black kimono rests atop the white silky feathers of her peacocks tail as both gaze into a gilt mirror The illustration by George Wolfe Plank appeared on the April cover of VoguebrbrPhoto licensed from the Cond Nast Collection home of The New Yorker Vogue Vanity Fair and other popular brands Find this and other artwork at the Cond Nast Collection

Animal Art

Keep your furry and feathery friends close, whether they are a galloping stallion or a dog taking a selfie. Our gallery is here to turn empty walls into a cute and quirky display of animal art.

Psst! Did you know chimpanzees, elephants, and dolphins are some of the most intelligent mammals out there?

Publication Art

Would you rather see fall colors all year long or spring landscapes? No matter what season you prefer, make it everlasting with our seasons’ art collection. Explore from winter scenery to summery fruits and so much more! This collection will make you and your loved ones smile!

Make your favorite season art more vivid with our professionally hand-stretched canvas! Hyunah Kim, Vincent Van Gogh, Duy Hunh, Agnes Cecile have created some of our best-selling seasons’ art.

Vogue Cover - April 1918 - Peacock Parade-George Wolfe Plank-Stretched Canvas

Work by George Wolfe Plank

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