Discover architecture paintings for sale online today. Showcasing art from some of the most exciting artists active today, our collection is ever-evolving with vibrant, powerful pieces. Browse today to find the architecture painting for you, with a variety of styles and subjects available. Not sure where to start? Take a look at our popular impressionist, abstract and illustrative architecture paintings.
Philip Tyler work captures the emotionally charged gloom of a rainy afternoon on a city street. Tyler’s paintings occupy a space between realist and abstract as they combine familiar forms with inspired use of colour.
There is a change in season when viewing Jill Barthorpe work. Barthorpe’s architectural paintings are bursting with vibrancy as she captures the fleeting moment a tree blooms next to a redbrick apartment block in Evelyn Gardens (2014).
For a more abstract interpretation of urban landscapes, we recommend Wayne Sleeth. Sleeth’s Monet-inspired style crystallises the hidden emotion of a building. In Cathedral n°7 (2017) we see a gothic cathedral wail like an open mouth. We love Sleeth’s heightened visual representation of our built environment.
Architectural paintings focus on the emotion behind our built environment. Such paintings can depict either the exterior or interior of a building and were first used in the Renaissance to help painters hone skills like depth and perspective. As well as the obvious beauty held in these magical urban landscapes, architectural paintings are instrumental in the image-making process. Fascinated by spatial composition and photorealistic impression, architectural paintings formulate the entire visual narrative of work.