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      Food Art For Sale

      Discover food art for sale. Browse today to find the food art for you, with a variety of styles and subjects available. Not sure where to start? Explore our popular food prints, paintings and collage. Or discover more about artists like Bruce McLean, Sophie Iremonger and Branislav Nikolic.

      Peter Hawkin’s style is affected by the fact that he does his paintings on found surfaces rather than on canvas. The desks and wooden surfaces he paints on don’t just act as blank surfaces, their own markings constrain and affect what and how peter paints on them. In Sugar High macaroons float alongside space stations and an astronaut, all against a wooden backdrop, which is obvious to the viewer is a table, resulting in a surreal effect.

      History of Food Art

      Food captures the zeitgeist of a culture, since different food items can be powerful expressers of values and beliefs. For cultures around the world, food is inseparable from human history. Some of the most iconic food art was painted during ancient Greek and Roman times, the depiction of great banquets sending messages of health, wellbeing and privilege.

      Food art goes back a long way and although it’s more commonly seen in photography and still life painting, food has always been an exciting material for conceptual artists, who see its perishable nature as something to be experimented with. Fresh fruit and vegetables are especially interesting since they add a temporal dimension to art installations.

      The recent conceptual artwork, The Comedian, by Italian artist Maurizio Cattelan caused a huge stir and was dubbed by the media as “The $120,000 Art Basel Banana”. The work was a ripe banana duct taped to a wall. For art critics its genius was in drawing out the mainstream media’s suspicion that “all contemporary art is a type of emperor’s new clothes foisted on rich people.” During its installation, another artist, David Datuna walked up to the banana and ate it, and that caused another huge stir. Afterwards he commented: “Art performance by me. I love Maurizio Cattelan artwork and I really love this installation. It’s very delicious.” Duchampian in nature, it’s the ridiculousness critics say this food art was all about.

      Roy Lichtenstein is perhaps one of the most iconic food artists yet. His screen print Sandwich and Soda parodied American advertising conventions and commented on industrialisation and patriotism of the time. Andy Warhol also used food items in his prints, except he believed that mass-produced products were a great equaliser for everyday people. It’s with this in mind that art historians believe he endlessly reproduced Campbells Soup Cans.

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        Bunch of Tomatoes

        Paintings - 110x110 cmRent for $ 115/mo

        Jelly 2

        Paintings - 100x80 cmRent for $ 350/mo


        Collage - 15x15 cmRent for $ 29/mo

        A Scone in a White Interior

        Paintings - 120x100 cm

        Blooming potato

        Paintings - 45x35 cmRent for $ 65/mo

        Kustom Kitchen

        Paintings - 110x140 cm

        Monica's Walnut Sponge Cake

        Prints - 66x68 cmRent for $ 80/mo

        Mixed Grillings

        Prints - 132x135 cmRent for $ 265/mo

        Pistachio Preiser

        Photography - 30x45 cm


        Collage - 24x21 cmRent for $ 70/mo

        It was a small wedding

        Photography - 30x45 cm

        Cobweb of Potato

        Prints - 66x68 cmRent for $ 80/mo

        Fresh Fruits

        Prints - 59x42 cm


        Paintings - 50x50 cm

        Hediard Paris

        Prints - 125x168 cmRent for $ 645/mo

        Scone in a White Interior

        Prints - 65x59 cmRent for $ 90/mo

        The 400mm Sweet Style

        Photography - 30x45 cm

        Bowl of yummy fruits

        Paintings - 105x81 cmRent for $ 130/mo

        Invisible Soup

        Prints - 66x68 cmRent for $ 80/mo


        Prints - 29x23 cmRent for $ 24/mo

        Tea Stain

        Prints - 25x34 cmRent for $ 70/mo

        Qweesh not Quiche

        Prints - 66x68 cmRent for $ 80/mo


        Paintings - 117x91 cm

        Cake Outline

        Paintings - 50x70 cmRent for $ 265/mo

        Villa Roma

        Prints - 125x126 cmRent for $ 645/mo

        Sweets Number 29

        Photography - 50x50 cmRent for $ 86/mo

        Wool Number 17

        Photography - 50x50 cmRent for $ 86/mo

        Ginger Reef

        Photography - 30x45 cm

        FAB CAPS

        Prints - 55x55 cmRent for $ 66/mo

        Vegetarian Kebab

        Photography - 45x30 cm