If you are looking for inexpensive art you have many different options, although you might think you’re limited to simple photos, cheap mass-produced prints or other artwork reproductions that are widely available. There are many fine art prints on canvas from up-and-coming artists that are quite inexpensive, and yet they are still so original that you are not likely to find them in any of your friends’ or family members’ homes. You just have to know the right places to look. The rest is a matter of your taste, which is completely personal.
If you have any interest in figurative art, you might be interested in prints from an artist known as Pino. Artist biographies list him as “trained in Italy at the Art institute of Bari, and later at Milan’s Academy of Brera…perfected his skills painting nudes and figure studies heavily influenced by the Pre-Raphaelites and Macchiaioli.” Pino first established himself as a successful artist in his native land of Italy, then immigrated to the United States, seeking more artistic freedom and opportunity. His technique and warm, exciting colors paired with a subtle but simple approach to his subject are why his original paintings, hand-embellished limited edition serigraphs and giclées are sought-after by collectors throughout the art world. From the sounds of it you’d think you needed to be a millionaire mogul to afford his artwork, but this is not the case.
If you are looking for inexpensive art from renowned artists like Pino, the Internet is one of the best places to find it. There are sites that offer fine art prints on canvas that look just as stunning as original paintings at prices that are affordable enough to purchase several new pieces to outfit your home. In many cases these prints are even more affordable online than in other settings because they do not have to be displayed in a gallery or other retail location.
While there are a lot of wealthy people who own art, you don’t have to be wealthy to own fine prints from artists like Pino that will look just stunning in your home. You just have to know where to look.